Monthly Archives: July 2014

4-year sentence for speeding Corvette driver who killed nephew on along for ride

One year after killing his nephew in a high-speed drunken-driving crash, an Eden Prairie man was sentenced to four years in prison Thursday for criminal vehicular homicide. Continue reading

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Throwback Thursday: Pass The Platter’s Story Continues

Last week in our Throwback Thursday post , we featured a handwritten “horse for sale” ad written in the horse’s voice and by a teenager in 1972. Continue reading

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COV Wayzata restaurant opens Thursday in former Sunsets space

A sampling of the offerings at COV Wayzata, which opens on Thursday. The new restaurant on Lake Minnetonka will offer classy but casual coastal cuisine. Continue reading

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COV Wayzata restaurant opens Thursday in former Sunsets space

A sampling of the offerings at COV Wayzata, which opens on Thursday. The new restaurant on Lake Minnetonka will offer classy but casual coastal cuisine. Continue reading

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Mother-daughter team opening boutique near Lake Minnetonka

House of 365 was founded by Kathy Bryan and her daughter, Annalise Bryan . They’re planning a late August opening at 750 E. Lake St. The store will sell clothing, accessories and footwear. Continue reading

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West news briefs: Excelsior library closes, to relocate

Ever wondered what a family heirloom or garage sale find is worth? Find out at the seventh annual Edina Historical Society Antique Appraisal Event on Saturday, Sept. Continue reading

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Union praises Edina schools, blasts Minnetonka district on child labor complaints

A laborers union said it found the violations at school sites as districts add on to prepare for all-day kindergarten classes in fall. Continue reading

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West school briefs: Osseo school board candidate filings open

The filing period for the three Osseo School Board seats that will be up for election this fall will continue through Aug. 12. During the filing period, district residents who are interested in running for school board can file affidavits of candidacy … Continue reading

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Jay Nygard is not in jail, and still fighting Orono over his wind turbines

Jay Nygard got the bright idea for a homemade wind turbine in 2010, and set about collecting, in his own words, only the finest parts — “I didn’t buy a piece of shit propeller.” Continue reading

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Post Holdings closes on $350 million private offering

Post Holdings Inc. said Monday it has closed on a $350 million private offering to fund acquisitions. Continue reading

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