Monthly Archives: June 2012

Wayzata considering golf carts for dockside deliveries

The City Council will vote Tuesday whether to allow utility-terrain vehicles on a limited number of streets to ease lake access for restaurants and some residents and increase the charm. Continue reading

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John Gunyou Receives League of Minnesota Cities’ Highest Honor

The following information is a press release from John Gunyou for Three Rivers Park Board: Former Minnetonka city manager John Gunyou has received the League of Minnesota Cities’ highest honor for appointed city officials. Continue reading

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Hopkins Students Tackle Lead in Local Lakes

A Editor’s Note: The following announcement comes from Hopkins Public Schools . It may be summer, but Hopkins students are engaged in learning. Continue reading

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Northbound I-494 Will Be Closed July 13-15

Motorists will experience delays and weekend full closures on Interstate 494 between I-394 and Hennepin County Road 6 in Minnetonka and Plymouth as a project to resurface the roadway begins Friday, July 13. Continue reading

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Authorities offer warning about water safety after near drowning

A 17-year old boy is in critical condition after going under water for about a half hour in Lake O’Dowd before divers found him Friday afternoon. Continue reading

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Former Gopher Anderson, Minnetonka’s Leer qualify for 1500M finals

Former University of Minnesota track star Gabriele Anderson has reached the finals in the women’s 1500 meter race on Sunday. Continue reading

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Readers’ Choice: Best Veterinarian in Minnetonka

Our pets, the old saying goes, are like members of the family. With one exception: When a dog or cat gets sick, they can’t tell you what’s wrong. Continue reading

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SLP’s Unemployment Remains Below County, National Rates

St. Louis Park’s unemployment rate increased slightly over the last month, but it is still below county and national averages. Continue reading

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Latz Reviews the 2012 Legislative Session

A Editor’s Note: Sen. Ron Latz published the following end-of-session report recapping the 2012 legislative session. Continue reading

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Meet the Candidate: Jan Callison

Editor’s Note:A Patch is running bios on the candidates for the Hennepin County 6 th A District commissioner seat. Continue reading

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