Wayzata High School math teacher William Skerbitz is among the 20 teachers selected to receive the 2020 Edyth May Sliffe Award.
Sunset Hill Elementary School in the Wayzata School District was named a 2020 National Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education.
David Mitchell, of Wayzata, was recently promoted to chief operating officer of Minneapolis-based MackayMitchell Envelope Company.
Like many creations, Josh Ternyak’s bedtime calculator was designed to help solve a problem. Even after a full eight hours of sleep, the Wayzata High School sophomore was still waking up feeling groggy and not fully rested.
Civitas, the Denver-based urban design and landscape architecture firm that developed the plans for the Panoway on Wayzata Bay project, has received a 2020 Excellence on the Waterfront Award from the nonprofit Waterfront Center.
Mayor Ken Willcox issued a public proclamation during the Sept. 15 Wayzata City Council meeting to honor Constitution Week, which is Sept. 17-23.
The Minnesota Bankers Association has inducted Gary Kirt, of Wayzata, into its Pioneer Banking Club. The membership denotes a Minnesota banker who has been a leader in the industry for 50 years or more.
Like most other organizations, the League of Women Voters has shifted the way the organization conducts events in light of COVID-19.
Wayzata students Hannah Effron, 14, and Malini Patel, 13, of Plymouth, worked together to create Online Acceleration, a mobile app designed to help connect students struggling with schoolwork with tutors and extra resources.
The Wayzata City Council met virtually for a workshop meeting Sept. 1 to discuss the uses that are permitted within the 130,000 square feet of retail space on the ground floor of the Promenade of Wayzata.
Friends, family and colleagues are continuing to remember the life and work of Wayzata developer Jerry Carisch, who died June 27.
“Starting Strong, Thriving All Along” was this year’s theme for the Caring for Kids Breakfast, an event organized by Plymouth-based nonprofit Interfaith Outreach and Community Partners.
Those interested in spending some of the last few days of summer at the lake might be disappointed to learn some of the beaches in Hennepin County have recently closed due to unsafe levels of E. coli bacteria in the water.
Several local races for city council and school board have been set. The filing period closed Aug. 11 for candidates interested in getting their names on the ballot for the general election this fall.
The Wayzata School Board approved the district-recommended hybrid learning model for the start of the 2020-21 school year.
The Wayzata City Council approved a development agreement for a new office building at 235 and 239 Lake St. E.
Plymouth and Wayzata residents will help shape several races by casting votes in the Aug. 11 Primary Election.