Included in the Wayzata Police reports Sept. 16-22 were the following incidents: One report of missing or lost property, two motor vehicle accidents involving personal injury, two motor vehicle accidents involving property damage, two hit-and-run motor vehicle accidents involving property damage, one fire alarm, nine “other” medicals, three well-being checks on adults, two reports of [...]

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Health in the Park volunteers ran out of stickers after giving 2,000 away to participants in St. Louis Park’s first open streets event. The number of people attracted to sections of Dakota Avenue and West Lake Street blocked off to traffic Sept. 28 lived up to the high expectations of organizers. The open streets event [...]

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A Minnetonka woman’s card business demonstrates the opportunities available to individuals with Down Syndrome are broader than professionals may have recognized in the past, according to her mentors. Anna Ruddick creates elaborate cards featuring elements with natural depictions, such as doves, leaves and flowers. One of her favorites, she said, features an owl with googly [...]

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A plan to add two massive generators to the Trillium Woods development was shut down by the Plymouth City Council on Sept. 23 after concerns were raised regarding the visibility of the structures. Developers of the senior living community currently under construction at the southeast corner of Juneau Lane and County Road 47 had asked [...]

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To the Editor: A reader recently wrote a letter to the editor expressing concerns with information in Rep. Sarah Anderson’s literature. Rather than address her constituent’s concerns, she accused the writer of being on my “crew” and that he and I wrote a dishonest letter. Without equivocation, I can attest that the writer is no [...]

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