Monthly Archives: July 2012

Settle Home Buyer Possession Issues Upfront

The best time to discuss buyer possession is before it becomes a problem and messes up your closing.

Most of us are familiar with shopping. Me, I go online, pick out what I want, put it in my cart, click “check-out,” and it arrives on my door step t… Continue reading

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Caught On Tape: Thieves Target Lake Minnetonka Boats

It was a beautiful July evening when Steve McCulloch, his brother and nephew decided to spend the night on McCulloch’s boat in the West Arm of Lake Minnetonka a little more than a week ago. Continue reading

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Minnetonka Police Call in Bomb Squad After Suicide

Minnetonka Police are investigating after a death in Minnetonka. Minnetonka Police responded to a home on Baker Road on the report of a medical situation on Tuesday at 8:15 a.m. First arriving officers found an adult male, deceased, in the yard of the … Continue reading

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Vote for the 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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Watershed District Launches Study on Ways to Improve Six Mile Creek

The Minnehaha Creek Watershed District is exploring ways to improve water quality throughout Six Mile Creek subwatershed. Continue reading

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Minnetonka soccer retailer loses USA Cup deal

The USA Cup, the huge annual youth soccer tournament in Blaine, had been a big gig for retailer Soccer Express, but the gig’s up. Continue reading

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Volunteers Sought for Watershed District Board Vacancy

The Hennepin County Board of Commissioners is seeking applicants for a vacancy on the Nine Mile Creek Watershed District Board, due to theA expiration of term of office Sept. Continue reading

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How Redistricting Affects Ballot for Three Rivers Park District Commissioners

With the primary election in Minnesota approaching on Aug. 14, Three Rivers Park District is reminding voters that commissioner districts have changed due to redistricting. Continue reading

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Vandals Trash Badger Park in Shorewood

A storage garage in Badger Park on Country Club Road in Shorewood was entered illegally, and two cases of fluorescent light bulbs were removed and broken throughout areas of the Badger Park football field. Continue reading

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St. David’s Center Expands Services for Autism, Mental Health

In 1987, Frank Bennett was referred to St. David’s Center for Child & Family Development by doctors at Children’s Hospital. Continue reading

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