Monthly Archives: January 2015

Wayzata City Council Approves City’s First Microbrewery, Taproom

Wayzata has just made initial steps to approve its own brewery, taproom and distillery as the microbrew trend continues across the Twin Cities. The Wayzata City Council unanimously approved an application by Wayzata Brew Works at the Tuesday, Jan. 20, … Continue reading

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Hoarders host to visit seminar in Minneapolis area

ServiceMaster Professional Services , a major ServiceMaster franchise in the Minneapolis area, will host a hoarding seminar Tuesday, February 17th, 2015, at the Sheraton Minneapolis West in Minnetonka, MN, according to the company’s website. The semina… Continue reading

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Longtime Maple Lake friends still working as a team Chiropractic duo moves into new Wayzata space

Dr. Nicholas Froehling and Dr. Reggie Fuller stand in the new, larger space of Vitality Chiropractic and Life Chiropractic located at 935 Wayzata Blvd. The first official day in the new space was Jan. 5. Both doctors are graduates of Maple Lake High Sc… Continue reading

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Holocaust child survivors mark 70 years since unusual liberation

Sydney Mandel, left of center, shares a moment with her grandfather, Mark Mandel, during a ceremony memorializing the six million Jews who were killed in the Holocaust as well as celebrating the lives of the Mandelbaum family’s survivors. ] Seventy yea… Continue reading

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Gov. Dayton’s $11B Transportation Proposal Analysis

Gov. Mark Dayton is proposing to spend about $11 billion dollars over the next decade on Minnesota’s transportation system. 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS is digging deeper to find out the potential impact on roads and bridges in your neighborhood – and on your wal… Continue reading

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Duluth doctor sued over Minnetonka Country Club’s closure

A Duluth physician is being sued in connection with the closing of the longtime family business — the Minnetonka Country Club — and for agreeing to sell the 117-acre property to a developer to make way for a housing subdivision. The lawsuit, filed ag… Continue reading

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Holocaust child survivors mark 70 years since unusual liberation

Sydney Mandel, left of center, shares a moment with her grandfather, Mark Mandel, during a ceremony memorializing the six million Jews who were killed in the Holocaust as well as celebrating the lives of the Mandelbaum family’s survivors. ] Seventy yea… Continue reading

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Ruben Rosario: Film shows heroism, heartbreak at St. Paul clinic

Dr. Patricia Walker, left, counsels Thor Lem in a scene from “American Heart,” an award-wining documentary about doctors and their mostly refugee patients at the Center for International Health clinic in St. Paul. Lem, a former political, prisoner in C… Continue reading

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Bill puts teacher evaluations to the test again

Minnesota could join the dozen states that use teachers’ job performance, not how long they’ve taught, as the primary factor when school districts cut staff. The change is a top priority for the new Republican leadership in the Minnesota House. Continue reading

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Dream Homes: Pond-side retreat in Woodland listed for $1.4M

Built in 2011 by Excelsior-based Robert Craig Homes Inc., the 3,664-square-foot Woodland home overlooks a pond near Lake Marion and Lake Minnetonka’s Robinson Bay. The home is on a wooded 1.5-acre lot. Continue reading

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