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The City of Shorewood is collecting political signs through November. Signs can be dropped off at City Hall, 5755 Country Club Road, or at the Shorewood Community Center, 5735 Country Club Road, in the collection container on the west side of the building.

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Brian Hallblade, owner of Hallblade Realty in Excelsior, was named a 2020 super real estate agent, according to a release on the award. It is awarded to around 3-5% of real estate agents in the Twin Cities.

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The award-winning documentary film “Stalag Luft III - One Man’s Story” will air on Twin Cities PBS at 8 p.m., Monday, Nov. 9. Louise Woehrle, a Deephaven resident, directed the documentary telling the story of her uncle, World War II U.S. Eighth Air Force Bombardier Lt. Charles Woehrle.

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The polls opened 7 a.m. and will be open until 8 p.m. today for the General Election. Find your polling place by going to sos.state.mn.us. Some polling places may have changed this year.

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Excelsior has received funding from a Hennepin County initiative, the Business District Recovery Program, to support local business districts through the winter and COVID-19, according to Ryan Kelley, a transit-oriented development program manager for the county.

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Emily Tani-Winegarden, a Deephaven resident, realized the typical 9-to-5 work world wasn’t for her. The work was soul-sucking and draining every day. About two and a half years ago, Tani-Winegarden decided to take a leap of faith and turn her passion for pottery into a business.

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Whether looking for a shop to buy holiday gifts or high-quality products made by local artists, Minnesota Makers is a store to check out. The shop opened in August and is at 261 Water St., in Excelsior.