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Margo Heuisler, a 2020 graduate from Robbinsdale Armstrong High School, has gained admittance into the United States Air Force Academy Preparatory School. Heuisler will study English, math, science and military history while also participating in military and athletic programs. Upon successf…

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Lake Street in downtown Wayzata has reopened to westbound traffic between Broadway Avenue and Walker Avenue. The eastbound lane will remain closed as construction continues on the new plaza park. Construction crews recently completed installing underground utilities and are continuing work o…

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During the past few months, parents and adults across the country and throughout the world have been presented with a rare opportunity – a four-month-long “teachable moment.”

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As we enter into the early summer, things are changing. The biggest change is the beginning of the extensive weed growth that is starting to emerge on mid-lake flats. 

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The Wayzata Farmers Market returned June 4 for a sixth year. This year’s market is located in Promenade of Wayzata near the Great Lawn at 850 Lake St. N. The market relocated from its previous location due to ongoing construction work on Lake Street and the city-owned parking lot where the m…

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Bob Reith Jr. was inducted into the St. Louis Park High School Hall of Fame in 2007, not only for his success on the golf course and hockey rink.

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We Are Wayzata Strong, a community-based group of west metro neighbors, friends and the Wayzata High school Y.E.S Program, will host a food drive to supply the Interfaith Outreach Food Shelf 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, June 11, in the Wayzata High School parking lot.

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Meghan Flannery, a Long Lake resident and Orono High School graduate, has been selected as the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution Outstanding Junior by her Lake Minnetonka Chapter.

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I knew from the first time they walked through Wayzata High School’s doors that the Class of 2020 was destined to do great things. While I never could have predicted then that the class that was born during 9/11 would graduate during a pandemic, I can predict with confidence today that they …

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As a graduating senior at Wayzata High School, my peers and I are going through an unprecedented time. There is no playbook for this scenario or an easy solution to everything going on. That being said, the Class of 2020 has proven to be incredibly strong in dealing with this adversity. We h…

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Filing opens Tuesday, May 19, for U.S. Senate and House, Minnesota Legislature, Hennepin County and Three Rivers Park District elections. This is also the opening filing date for city councils and school boards where a primary is possible. The filing period will be open until Tuesday, June 2.

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The City of Plymouth has proclaimed Friday, May 15, as LaDonna Hoy Day recognizing the founding executive director of Interfaith Outreach and Community Partners for her “steadfast commitment to building a community where everyone counts, everyone has a chance to succeed.” Last month, Hoy ann…

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During the past 13 years, the substance use prevention program Know the Truth has visited thousands of high and middle schools across the state to present personal stories told by young adults who have struggled with addiction.