Monthly Archives: March 2015

West metro cities return to the Capitol to ask for state funding for special projects

Several west metro cities are at the Minnesota State Capitol this year asking for state aid for several projects – everything from a Lake Minnetonka pier to ice arena renovations in Plymouth . While legislators are only required to pass a bonding bill … Continue reading

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Updated plans for Wayzata hotel, condos could get OK

A rendering of The Landing hotel building in Wayzata, which will also include a restaurant, condos, a spa and retail space. Wayzata got its first look recently at updated plans for a much-anticipated hotel and development of the fifth and final block i… Continue reading

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Minnetonka residents sue Met Council over Southwest LRT line

Minnetonka residents filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday against the Metropolitan Council, arguing the agency didn’t take adequate steps to review the environmental impact of the proposed 16-mile Southwest Light Rail line on the woods, parks and a public t… Continue reading

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"Black Ridge Oil & Gas Inc. Oil & Gas Exploration and Production…

It carries out the acquisition, development, exploration and production of crude oil and natural gas properties primarily in Bakken and Three Forks trends in Montana and North Dakota. The company is focused on acquiring high-potential mineral leases an… Continue reading

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Capitol project ‘hard to predict’

Minnesota Department of Administration officials plan to go back to the Legislature soon to request more money for the Capitol renovation, now that the $273 million project’s cost could go up by nearly $34 million. The next step is to have “a conversat… Continue reading

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Egg Hunt At Minnetonka United Methodist Church

Come to the 9:00 service and stay, or come early to hunt eggs before the 10:45 Jazz service. Officers quickly located Kevin Huang on the second floor of a Sicard Street home, naked and pacing back and forth, police said. Continue reading

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Videos: Lorna Landvik & John Marty

Author Lorna Landvik reveals that her recent novel best to Best to Laugh borrows some from her own life in Hollywood. Minnesota’s most gifted humorist, like the Korean-American protagonist of her book, had been a stand-up comedy hopeful in L.A. who sup… Continue reading

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Native American Remains Near Lake Minnetonka Might Delay Hwy. 101 Project

Of course, by now they’ve grown accustomed to it after a winter of inconvenience caused by the closing of County Road 101 between the two cities on the shores of Lake Minnetonka. Now there’s the possibility it could be delayed beyond the anticipated re… Continue reading

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Native American Remains Near Lake Minnetonka Might Delay Hwy. 101 Project

Of course, by now they’ve grown accustomed to it after a winter of inconvenience caused by the closing of County Road 101 between the two cities on the shores of Lake Minnetonka. Now there’s the possibility it could be delayed beyond the anticipated re… Continue reading

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Gildaa s Club Twin Cities Announces Leadership Change

Silverman’s last day with the organization will be April 10, 2015. “On behalf of the board of directors, staff, volunteers and the community of people served by Gilda’s Club Twin Cities, we owe Michelle our utmost gratitude,” said Rick Kleven, Gilda’s … Continue reading

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