Monthly Archives: April 2014

Edina could house homeless suburban kids

A seemingly unlikely location – Edina – has been chosen as the place to build the first apartment building for homeless young people in the western suburbs. Continue reading

Posted in Community News, Short Sale Forclosure | Comments Off on Edina could house homeless suburban kids

Reasons to Help Your Listing Agent

Wait just a darn second, you might be thinking, why in the world would anybody suggest that a homeowner needs to help the listing agent to sell a person’s home. Your first thought might be that the listing agent should not need any help, and the agent … Continue reading

Posted in Buyer/Seller News, Short Sale Forclosure | Tagged | Comments Off on Reasons to Help Your Listing Agent

On tap in Shakopee

Shakopee has landed a microbrewery and taproom, the first payoff from steps it took late last year to open more parts of the city to small breweries, wineries and distilleries. Continue reading

Posted in Community News, Short Sale Forclosure | Comments Off on On tap in Shakopee

We’re No. 2: Relentless rain puts us near record for April

After days of rain in most of Minnesota, a torrent of water flows through the dam on the Mississippi River in Little Falls on Tuesday, April 29, 2014. Continue reading

Posted in Community News, Short Sale Forclosure | Comments Off on We’re No. 2: Relentless rain puts us near record for April

Rain Causing Problems, Possible Detours to Work in Metro Tuesday

Rain showers are in the forecast for Tuesday, but this time some wet snow may mix in at times, according to KSTP Morning Chief Meteorologist Ken Barlow. Continue reading

Posted in Lake News, Short Sale Forclosure | Comments Off on Rain Causing Problems, Possible Detours to Work in Metro Tuesday

Community Voices | Humor emerges: Jon Spayde and Mary Stanik

I have been described by the more rakish of my TV producing colleagues as a cultural scold who becomes aware of trends in fashion, music, politics, social media and technology a yawn or two after said trends are no longer “trending.” Continue reading

Posted in Community News, Short Sale Forclosure | Comments Off on Community Voices | Humor emerges: Jon Spayde and Mary Stanik

Beware of Purchase Offers from Crooks When Selling a Home

It’s hard to imagine that sellers could receive purchase offers from crooks, but it happens far more frequently than it should.

Much of the time, it might not even be on purpose. The agent or the buyer might not even realize they are breaking the law… Continue reading

Posted in Buyer/Seller News, Short Sale Forclosure | Tagged | Comments Off on Beware of Purchase Offers from Crooks When Selling a Home

Congress takes up food-labeling fight

A bill introduced in the U.S. House earlier this month would ban states from passing food labeling laws. Continue reading

Posted in Community News, Short Sale Forclosure | Comments Off on Congress takes up food-labeling fight

Minnehaha Creek Watershed District head ousted

In a statement released Friday, district board President Sherry Davis White said Evenson-Marden had “left the organization.” Continue reading

Posted in Community News, Short Sale Forclosure | Comments Off on Minnehaha Creek Watershed District head ousted

Minnesota lawmakers seek probe into Mankato football coach process

The Minnesota legislative auditor should put a priority on investigating the firing and last week’s reinstatement of the Minnesota State University Mankato football coach, two key legislators say. Continue reading

Posted in Community News, Short Sale Forclosure | Comments Off on Minnesota lawmakers seek probe into Mankato football coach process