Wayzata Central Middle School seventh-grader Rohan Dham is among the merit winners in this year’s national 3M Young Scientist Challenge.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic limiting this year’s Reach for Ralph event to an online-only format, Hammer Residences raised more than $177,000 to help the organization serve individuals with developmental disabilities.
For the 832 students in Wayzata High School’s Class of 2020, the final months of their senior year have played out in ways they never could have imagined. It was fitting that their graduation ceremony was like no other commencement in the school’s history.
A retired software engineer and a 94-year-old Wayzata author have teamed up to take readers on a journey of surprising twists and turns with “Big Island Remembered: Rollercoasters, Romance & Rage on Lake Minnetonka.”
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…
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…
Wayzata High School junior Aayush Goud was among 55 students from around the state invited to this year’s Minnesota Youth Institute.
Wayzata High School is planning for two days of events celebrating the Class of 2020 that are meant to keep families safe amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
School may be out for summer, but that doesn’t mean the Wayzata School District has gone quiet. Several construction projects are underway across the district and will continue throughout the summer.
Wine on Wayzata Bay, a fundraising event in support of Wayzata Sailing, will move online this year due to ongoing limits for public gatherings amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Six historical societies from the Lake Minnetonka area have partnered to hire a consultant who will conduct a viability study of a possible consolidation and/or strategic alliance between the groups.
The Wayzata High School parking lot was abuzz with activity June 11 as a community food drive successfully filled two semitrailers with donations.
Work is steadily progressing on Wayzata’s Lake Street reconstruction project, which marks the first phase of the city’s Panoway on Wayzata Bay initiative aimed at creating and enhancing public space along the lakefront.
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…
After a more than two-year process, the Wayzata City Council approved the final adoption of the 2040 Wayzata Comprehensive Plan.
Ex-Gopher forward Damian Johnson is set to take over the Benilde-St. Margaret’s boys basketball team after three successful seasons at North St. Paul.
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.
Wayzata City Hall and the Wayzata Motor Vehicle Department, 600 Rice St. E., will reopen to the public Tuesday, June 2, after being closed due to Gov. Tim Walz’s stay-at-home order issued in March.
Filing opened May 19 for U.S. Senate and House, Minnesota Legislature, Hennepin County and Three Rivers Park District elections. This is a list of who has filed through May 29.
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 …
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…
Wayzata High School senior Katie Allee wants to make the world a better place for those living with disabilities.
Hammer Residences, a Wayzata-based organization that serves individuals with developmental disabilities, has announced the recipients of this year’s Community Partner Awards.
When asked to think back to March – after businesses were forced to temporarily close due to the COVID-19 pandemic – salon owner Jim Koktavy can’t quite pin down how he felt.
The Wayzata Education Fund has named the latest recipients of its annual “From Excellent to Exceptional” grants.
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.
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…
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.