Monthly Archives: January 2014

Quindlen speaking in Wayzata

Best-selling author Anna Quindlen will be at Wayzata Central Middle School, 305 Vicksburg Lane, Plymouth, at 7 p.m. Feb. 12 to talk about her new novel, “Still Life With Bread Crumbs.” Continue reading

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Frugal Tips for Home Selling and Sticking to a Budget

Sellers can make a home look like a million bucks even if they are home selling on a budget.

You don’t have to throw money around like crazy to get your …Read Full Post Continue reading

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2 Viable Options Remain for Controversial Light Rail Project

It’s a controversial topic affecting two communities: Minneapolis and St. Louis Park. Continue reading

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When Should You Buy a Vacation Home?

There are 3 ways to finance a vacation home: as an owner-occupied home, a second home or as an investment. If you’re in the market, now might be an excellent time to buy a vacation home.

It’s a good time because rates are low and even though home pric… Continue reading

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West metro school briefs: Minnetonka’s Notre Dame Academy plans open house

Notre Dame Academy, a regional Catholic school, will host an open house from 9:30 a.m. to noon on Sunday, Feb. 2. The community is invited to take a tour, visit classrooms, and meet with current parents and staff members. Continue reading

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Termites Bring Down Real Estate Broker

Real estate broker fined $75K, stripped of license – ksl.com

Tue, 28 Jan 2014 02:10:45 GMT

ksl.comReal estate broker fined $75K, stripped of licenseksl.comVERNAL — An award-winning real estate broker has been stripped of his license by state regulat… Continue reading

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Hennepin County Sheriff Completes Claremont Police Shooting Investigation

The Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office has concluded their investigation of the Oct. 23 officer-involved shooting at Claremont Apartments , and all information has been turned over to the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office. Continue reading

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U.S. Banks Prune Branches

Bank branch closures in the U.S. last year hit the highest level on record so far, a sign that sweeping technological advances in mobile and electronic banking are paying off for lenders but leaving some customers behind. Continue reading

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Minnetonka and Hopkins Schools Closed Again Tuesday

Minnetonka and Hopkins schools will be CLOSED on Tuesday, Jan. 28. At Minnetonka, Explorers Club will be open. Continue reading

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Minnetonka Students Learn The Corporate World

Video and text by Minnetonka Schools. VANTAGE, Minnetonka’s Advanced Professional Studies program, provides junior and senior students with real-world experiences in corporate settings, where they can learn and develop skills in high-demand local corpo… Continue reading

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