Eleven of 12 District 110 School Board candidates and the two candidates vying for Waconia City Council in Ward 2 were introduced to residents last Tuesday at two League of Women Voters (LMV) forums at city hall.
The NYA City Council met for their regular meeting on Sept. 10, approving a variety of motions with Mayor Carol Lagergren absent.
Eleven of 12 District 110 School Board candidates and the two candidates vying for Waconia C…
The NYA City Council met for their regular meeting on Sept. 10, approving a variety of motio…
In a meeting lasting over two hours, the NYA City Council began to draft the preliminary bud…
Catalyst Medical Clinic, PA, has been a valued member of the Watertown community since it op…
A new flower shop has sprouted where The Wild Bird Store once sold bird seed, gifts and home accessories.
Like many industries, Jonathan Lueck noted, bowing is facing a rough transition to the 21st century. And that something he looks to get ahead of.
August means many things. College students are already packing up and heading off to campus. Youngsters, moms and dads are filling shopping carts with markers, backpacks, notebooks and lunchboxes. We suffer a wistful sadness – just where did summer go?
After 23 days and 7,600 miles on the road in two separate trips so far this year, I can attest that Dorothy was absolutely right: There is no place like home.
Nearly two decades ago a fledgling group of business owners and operators founded the Minnesota Coalition for Workforce Housing.
Minnesotans savor every minute of summer. We are feverishly out and about – boating, swimming, fishing, hiking, biking – you name it, we do it — with great pleasure and enthusiasm. These beautiful sun-filled days will be gone before we know it, we must enjoy now.
Every family needs to have a place to call home – a cozy bed, a kitchen stocked with food and a secure roof overhead. Beyond shelter requirements, home offers us sanctuary from the stresses of life, a place for children to do their homework and for social interaction.