Monthly Archives: May 2015

Imris files Chapter 11, seeks sale; city of Minnetonka among creditors

Steadily falling revenue from high-priced advanced medical imaging systems have pushed Minnetonka’s Imris, Inc., to seek Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and potential sale of the company to an investor group. Company shares sank nearly 90 percent on t… Continue reading

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Pirate ship sails from St. Louis to new home in St. Paul, Minnesota

A pirate ship birthed in St. Louis on the shores of the Mississippi River has sailed North under a new captain. Dan Kellogg of Minnetonka, Minnesota by way of the Bahamas needed a reminder of the Carribbean to help him out a little when he can’t be in … Continue reading

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Speedprint to Highlight the SP710 and Added Features at the SMTA Upper Midwest Expo

Speedprint Technology will highlight the SP710 Screen Printer at the SMTA Upper Midwest Expo & Tech Forum, scheduled to take place Thursday, June 25, 2015 at the Marriott Minneapolis Southwest in Minnetonka, MN . Speedprint representatives will dis… Continue reading

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South school briefs: Ceremony marks construction of Burnsville High addition

Kevin Schuttinger was named assistant principal at Prior Lake High School. He will take over for John Bennett, who is retiring at the end of the year. Continue reading

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More zebra mussels found in Christmas Lake despite costly treatment of area nearby

After costly and groundbreaking efforts to kill off zebra mussels on Christmas Lake were successful earlier this year, divers searching the lake this week found 10 zebra mussels outside the treated area, the state Department of Natural Resources said F… Continue reading

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Hot Property: A new spot for Fresh Thyme grocery in Plymouth

Details: The third Twin Cities-area Fresh Thyme Farmers Market grocery would anchor a new retail development now under consideration for the southeast corner of Hwy. 55 and Vicksburg Lane in Plymouth. Continue reading

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Hotels are making a comeback on Lake Minnetonka

Developer Steve Bohl, who is helping to return hotels to Lake Minnetonka, walked through one of the apartments under construction in the new senior building at his proposed complex along the lake in Wayzata. The complex will have a senior home, a condo… Continue reading

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Hotels are making a comeback on Lake Minnetonka

Developer Steve Bohl, who is helping to return hotels to Lake Minnetonka, walked through one of the apartments under construction in the new senior building at his proposed complex along the lake in Wayzata. The complex will have a senior home, a condo… Continue reading

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For sale: Plymouth’s 605 Waterford office tower

Artis bought the 208,000-square foot glass-clad office building for $25 million in 2011 from the Utah State Retirement Fund. At the time, 605 Waterford was 87 percent leased. Continue reading

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Minnesota higher education spending nearly finalized, tuition hikes likely

Minnesota college students likely will see a tuition hike next year after state lawmakers fell short of the higher education budget increase school leaders said was needed to maintain a tuition freeze. Under the tentative deal reached by higher educati… Continue reading

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