Two weeks ago was a busy period throughout the metro area for the people involved in planning and executing of all the Super Bowl events, including Eden Prairie Police Department’s sworn officers and reserve officers.
The city of Edina’s next online discussion is now available at SpeakUpEdina.org. The discussion, which focuses on the 60th anniversary of the Edina Aquatic Center, will be available until March 2.
An author and employee of the Minnesota Historical Society will discuss plans for revitalizing Fort Snelling at Bloomington’s historic Pond House.
Pursuant to the Minnesota Community Notification Act, the Eden Prairie Police Department released information about Chad Steven Miller, a registered Level 3 predatory offender.
As more people start seeing “Black Panther,” a lot of hyperbolic words/statements are sure to follow. “Revolutionary” will be bandied about, along with “iconic,” “transcendent,” and “phenomenal.”
Edina’s most politically active constituents kicked off the election process Feb. 6 at Senate District 49 caucuses at Valley View and South View middle schools.
In order to alleviate concerns about parking at 50th & France while major construction is under way in the area, the city of Edina and the project’s developer are offering free valet parking to all visitors.
Among the tens of thousands of people who attended the 2018 Super Bowl, a few thousand middle-schoolers had to have been in the stands for the game.
At the invitation of board members, 3rd District Rep. Erik Paulsen (R-Eden Prairie) visited NorthWest Islamic Community Center in Plymouth to attend part of an afternoon prayer session and hold a community discussion Feb. 9.
Agape Christi Academy will be moving from Eden Prairie to neighboring Minnetonka beginning in the 2018-19 school year, officials announced last week. In its five years of operation, the academy has grown to a student body of 71, filling its current campus.
The Normandale Community College Anthropology Department will host two events next week, including a question-and-answer session with the subject of a film presentation.
Emergency crews transported two people to Hennepin County Hospital after Richfield Fire Department responded to a house fire near the 6800 Block of Logan Avenue on Feb. 8 at 2:23 a.m.
Eden Prairie Police reported the theft of a motor vehicle from the parking lot of Eden Prairie Center’s JCPenney, located at 8201 Flying Cloud Drive. The vehicle reportedly stolen Feb. 3 was a red Ford 500.
Nine students from Edina High School and South View Middle School have been selected to be part of the Minnesota Band Directors Association State Honors Jazz Bands that will perform at the Minnesota Music Educators Association Midwinter Clinic. The students were selected following auditions …
The Edina Art Center will host its annual Teacher/Student Exhibition Thursday, Feb. 8, through Wednesday, March 7, at the Margaret Foss Gallery. The opening reception is free and open to the public 5-8 p.m. Feb. 8, at the art center, 4701 W. 64th St.
The Edina Early Learning Center is taking registrations for 2018-19 school year programs for early learners and their families. While registrations for residents are already being accepted, registration for non-residents opens 8 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 13.
Without the luster of a presidential straw poll, local Republican and Democratic-Farmer-Labor officials serving Bloomington’s senate districts hoped that the gubernatorial straw poll for this fall’s election might inspire similar numbers to precinct caucuses this year.
The Academy of Holy Angels (AHA) Starliners dance team was selected to perform in the Pepsi Super Bowl LII Halftime Show on Sunday, Feb. 4 at U.S. Bank Stadium.