The Plymouth City Council found enough common ground at its Aug. 26 meeting to approve a preliminary plat for a housing development that has been thoroughly debated by councilmembers and residents. The plan calls for six single-family lots – one fewer than an earlier proposal – and denser zoning for a development on the 600 [...]

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The Minneapolis City Council voted 10-3 Aug. 29 to grant municipal consent for the Southwest Light Rail Transit Line, meaning the plan has the green light from every city along the line. The city councils of St. Louis Park, Hopkins, Minnetonka and Eden Prairie had previously signed off on the plan, which would lead to [...]

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Attention Wayzata High students intrigued by the idea of spending a year in another country, learning about a new culture and living with another family – you may be interested in the Rotary International Youth Exchange Program. Candidates for Rotary Youth Exchange must be 15-19 years old at the time of departure (summer 2015). Candidates [...]

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Minnetonka students continue to excel academically by scoring among the top districts in the state on the Minnesota Comprehension Assessment (MCA) III reading, math and science tests. The MCA III tests are the state tests in reading, mathematics and science that meet the requirements of the federal No Child Left Behind Act. These tests are [...]

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