Although Wayzata High’s wrestlers couldn’t pull off an upset in a 31-27 Section 5AAA finals loss Feb. 14 at St. Michael-Albertville, the Trojans did cross one threshold against the Knights by winning eight of the 14 individual bouts.
For one of the few times in recent seasons, the Wayzata High boys hockey team doesn’t have a home game to open the Section 6AA playoffs.
Section 6AA girls gymnastics rivals Kelsey Neff of Edina and Ciboney Reglos of Hopkins are good friends as well as competitors, and both are on their way to the State Class AA Meet this week at the University of Minnesota’s Joel Maturi Sports Pavilion.
Growing up with a brother with Down syndrome made Eden Prairie High School alum Kyle Voltin realize a difficulty many people have that the broader society may not recognize.
The La Danse Fatale ballet company will be performing “The Snow Queen” 7 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 29, and at 2 p.m., Sunday, March 1, at the Eden Prairie High School Performing Arts Center, 17165 Valley View Road, Eden Prairie.
Eden Prairie and Minnetonka will match identical 20-6-1 records when they face off for the Section 2AA girls hockey championship at 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 14, at Braemar Arena.
Starkey Hearing Technologies, 6700 Washington Ave. S., Eden Prairie, has added a new role for the hearing industry to its team––a chief health officer.
Total Spectrum/Steve Gordon and Associates recently announced that former Congressman Erik Paulsen of Eden Prairie has become a strategic consultant to the public affairs firm. Paulsen will provide strategic advice to Total Spectrum partners and clients.
Two days prior to the Wayzata High girls hockey team’s Section 6AA semifinal game against The Blake School, Trojan sophomore forward Sloan Matthews made a prediction to several teammates.
The caucus for Senate District 48 Republicans will be Tuesday, Feb. 25, at the Eden Prairie Central Middle School, 8025 School Road, Eden Prairie.
Gov. Tim Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan announced the appointment of several residents to the Governor’s Council on Minnesota’s Lake Superior Coastal Program, including a man from Eden Prairie.
It is fitting that Jane Voss of Bloomington was honored on National Girls and Women in Sports Day Feb. 5 at the Minnesota History Center in St. Paul.
Eden Prairie High’s boys hockey team could have clinched the Lake Conference title by winning Saturday, Feb. 8, at Minnetonka, but instead the Skippers won 3-1 to stay alive in the title race.
The accomplishments of students and staff at Eden Prairie Schools came into focus during an Eden Prairie State of the City presentation.
Eden Prairie and Minneapolis Washburn each scored 358 points to tie for second behind Edina in the Section 2 Nordic Skiing Meet Jan. 3 at Theodore Wirth Park in Minneapolis, so a tie-breaker was required to determine which team would join Edina at the State Meet.
Minnetonka High’s girls basketball defense has never been better than it was in a 51-43 victory over the Eden Prairie Eagles Friday, Jan. 31, at Minnetonka’s West Gym.
Eden Prairie High School will present "Our Town." Thornton Wilder’s classic American drama explores themes such as how life is precious yet fleeting, according to organizers.
The main lane of the Highway 212 East on-ramp from Prairie Center Drive will be closed for three weeks beginning Monday, Feb. 3, while it's used for construction staging.
The Foundation for Eden Prairie Schools will host its inaugural Red & Black Gala Saturday, Feb. 22, at Hazeltine National Golf Club, 1900 Hazeltine Blvd., Chaska.
The Department of Justice Bureau of Justice Assistance recently awarded a second $2 million grant to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety Office of Justice Programs to address sexual assault kit testing, victim advocacy and investigations.
Superb goaltending by senior Garret Bonello led the Wayzata High boys hockey team to two Lake Conference wins last week, and with those victories the Trojans improved to 12-6-1 overall.
After discovering his true passion in life, Jason Kraus of Chanhassen is proving that bladesmithing is not a thing of the past.
In a battle of state powers Saturday, Jan. 25, at Anoka-Ramsey Community College, Eden Prairie High’s boys basketball team left no doubt who’s No. 1 in the state with an 82-64 victory.
Gov. Tim Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan announced last week the following appointments to the Minnesota Amateur Sports Commission, the Board of School Administrators, the State Board of Public Defense, the Community Competency Restoration Task Force, the Minnesota State High School League,…
At the end of last year, the Eden Prairie Police Department learned that the city received a grant from the Minnesota Department of Public Safety to fund an officer whose time is dedicated to pursuing impaired drivers from Jan. 1 through Sept. 30 of this year.
One of Minnesota’s most intense high school girls basketball rivalries added another dramatic chapter Jan. 21 as Hopkins defeated Wayzata 87-77 at Hopkins Lindbergh Center.
The Eden Prairie School Board voted to keep its pay the same in 2020 and authorized the superintendent to seek bids for three projects in the board’s first meeting of the year.