As the three-term Hennepin County Commissioner prepares to retire from serving the residents of District 7, Jeff Johnson has launched his book, “Boy Lessons: What I’ve Learned From my Sons.”
Now in its second year, “Operation Cakes for Troops 2020” calls on family members, friends and the public to order an authentic, traditional German cake, called the “Gugelhupf,” to be delivered to U.S. troops stationed abroad in time for the holidays, including soldiers who might even receiv…
Wayzata High School DECA students collected more than 2,500 pounds of non-perishable food items for their annual Trick or Treat for Cans event.
Plymouth residents have long awaited a brewery, and as of Nov. 18, that wait is finally over with the official opening of Luce Line Brewing Company.
The Plymouth Arts Fair is set to go virtual this year with artists displaying, demonstrating and selling their products online at plymouthmn.gov/artsfair from Friday, Nov. 20, through Friday, Dec. 11.
On Nov. 5, Minnesota and our country lost another great man in U.S. Representative Jim Ramstad. A true statesman and man of great faith, Ramstad joins former colleagues Elijah Cummings and John Lewis as three pillars of the House of Representatives whose historic contributions will endure fo…
The Foursome in Plymouth has opened a new store, Boundary Clothing, featuring outdoor activewear for men and women. The Engel family has owned and operated The Foursome for three generations and continues to do so.
On a 4-3 vote, the members of the Plymouth City Council voted at the Nov. 10 meeting against reguiding the former Hollydale golf course site to allow for low-density housing. The decision comes after a year-long process that included residents requesting the property remain greenspace and th…
The Three Rivers Park District Board of Commissioners has scheduled a public hearing about the 2021 general fund budget and operating levy. The public hearing will be 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 12. While social distancing measures are in place due to COVID-19, the board is meeting remotely to …
Ann Johnson Stewart has won the Minnesota Senate seat in District 44, which represents parts of Plymouth, Minnetonka and Woodland.
From the record number of early voters to the pandemic proofing of polling locations, the 2020 General Election looked like no other in modern history.
The Minnesota House and Senate seats in District 45 were claimed by DFLers in the Nov. 3 election. After results were tallied, incumbent Ann Rest emerged a victor in Senate District 45, incumbent Mike Freiberg in House District 45B, and newcomer and New Hope City Councilmember Cedrick Frazie…
In a letter sent Nov. 2, Wayzata Schools Superintendent Chace Anderson told district families to “be prepared for a possible transition to more distance learning” for grades 6-12 after the recent rise in COVID-19 cases in the state, Hennepin County and cities within the district.
The unofficial results from the Secretary of State showed results for the two seats on the Medicine Lake City Council show incumbent Chris Heim was re-elected with 44% of the votes, along with Joyce Meyer with 38% of the votes.
Sen. Ron Latz won re-election to the Minnesota Senate by a large margin in Senate District 46. Meanwhile, House Majority Leader Ryan Winkler won another term in House District 46A, and Rep. Cheryl Youakim won re-election in House District 46B. All three are DFLers.
Unofficial results from the Secretary of State show Ann Johnson Stewart (DFL-Wayzata) has won Senate District 44 with 58.7% of the votes.
With 100% of the ballots counted, incumbent Jim Willis and appointee Alise McGregor have been elected to the Plymouth City Council.
Growing up, Erin Olson, 16 of Plymouth, saw the “cool opportunities” offered through Boy Scouts (now Scouts BSA), witnessing her brother’s endeavors that eventually earned him the highest rank as Eagle Scout.
Malik Beasley, 23, of Plymouth, has been charged with felony threats of violence and fifth-degree drug possession for allegedly pointing an assault rifle at a family outside his Plymouth home and possessing marijuana in September, according to the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office.
The City of Plymouth will host a free drive-thru breakfast for veterans residing in Plymouth 9:30-11 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10, at the Plymouth Veterans Memorial, 3400 Plymouth Blvd.
To help shine the light on the obscure prevalence of domestic violence, the Plymouth Police Department has illuminated the entrance to the Public Safety Building, at 3400 Plymouth Blvd., with purple lights in recognition of National Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
Cornerstone Auto Plymouth is inviting the community to contribute in helping the homeless of Minneapolis with a clothing and hygiene drive going on now through Saturday, Nov. 7.
The Plymouth Planning Commission voted 4-3 Oct. 21 to deny a comprehensive plan amendment that would change the guidance to allow for residential development on the former Hollydale golf course.