Monthly Archives: February 2012

Minnetonka Schools Delayed Two Hours, Winter Weather Advisory Continues Through Afternoon

The winter weather advisory remains in effect through this afternoon. Sleet, freezing rain and rain are expected to diminish and any new accumulation will be in the form of snow – between 2 and 4 inches around Minnetonka, according to the National Weat… Continue reading

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Two Local Boys Become Eagle Scouts

With college decisions made, many students relax during their senior year of high school. Continue reading

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How to Get a Loan to Finance a Condo Purchase

If you’re buying a condo and you don’t have enough cash on hand, then you’re probably getting a condo loan to finance your purchase.

It’s not as easy as you may think. Condo loans aren’t like regular loans. You’ve got to jump through a bunch of hoops… Continue reading

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Minnetonka Cops Need Help Finding Missing Elderly Man

MINNETONKA, Minn. – Minnetonka Police are asking for the public’s help to find an 81-year-old man who went missing on Monday. Continue reading

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Police pursuit leads to standoff in Minnetonka

MINNETONKA, Minn. – SWAT team members are at a house in Minnetonka where a man is hiding after a morning pursuit. Continue reading

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The once-genteel fellowship of gardeners is fragmenting into factions, from hipster veggie growers who reject chemicals to ornamental traditionalists who aspire to perfect blooms. Continue reading

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Drunken Driving Suspect: ‘Hell Yeah, I’m Drunk!"

“Hell yeah, I’m drunk!” That’s what a 29-year-old Minnetonka man told Hopkins police who pulled him over Friday following an encounter at the Holiday gas station where officers saw him staggering around the store after apparently having urinated on him… Continue reading

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Minnesota teacher seniority bill passes Senate

Basing teacher layoffs on performance rather than seniority is one step closer to reality. Continue reading

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A growing divide is taking root in the garden world

Rhonda Hayes was scrolling through tweets when she linked to something that got under her skin. Continue reading

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Additions Proposed For Four Wayzata Elementary Schools

Right-sizing several elementary school buildings in the Wayzata School District is up for discussion at a 3:30 p.m. School Board work session today. Continue reading

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