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Ridgedale area restaurant robbed at gunpoint after hours, June 26
Veterans treated to boat tour of Lake Minnetonka
Hopkins School Board approves referendum for Nov. 7 election
Brooklyn Center man charged in Lake Minnetonka sex-trafficking operation
Local Muslims and non-Muslims celebrate Ramadan together
Published June 20, 2017 at 12:46 pm
Nonprofit helps widows through grieving process, Lundell to speak at June 19 event
Published June 16, 2017 at 9:51 am
‘He was gone … I never thought death was an option’ By Kristina Busch Sun Sailor Newspapers Though often unnoticed or unaddressed, grief is a common occurrence in life. There are resources and experts on the subject, though there is somewhat of a stigma attached to grieving a loved one....
Tapestry Interfaith Women learn about Islam
Published May 3, 2017 at 7:14 am
More than 100 people attended Tapestry Interfaith Women’s most recent event April 27 at the Northwest Islamic Community Center in Plymouth. Founded in 2016 by three Plymouth women of various faiths, Tapestry Interfaith Women’s mission is to promote religious understanding and acceptance through...
‘It’s so much more than just giving’
Published April 22, 2017 at 8:00 am
2017 Hammer Community Partners say volunteering is about family By Gabby Landsverk, Sun Sailor Newspapers Every other Saturday, Chris Klug of Minnetonka drives to the group home to pick up his friend Bruce. Each time, the routine is exactly the same. The pair stop by the recycling center to pick up...
Jews and Muslims unite through Love Your Neighbor event in Plymouth
Published March 7, 2017 at 12:48 pm
Event draws the faiths together, cultivating new bonds by embracing similarities, accepting differences Recent hate crimes targeted at Muslim and Jewish communities across the country have led to mutual outpourings of support. Last month, a crowd-funding campaign launched by two Muslim Americans...
The power of stories to be shared by Minnesota author at Plymouth church
Published February 28, 2017 at 11:24 am
Faith & Life lecture series to feature William Kent Krueger March 9 at St. Philip the Deacon Now in it’s 14th season, St. Philip the Deacon’s Faith & Life lecture series has provided audiences with a variety of speakers to inspire and encourage thought. This next speaking engagement,...
Tapestry Interfaith Women explores the Jewish faith
Published January 10, 2017 at 12:08 pm
Sixty-seven women gathered to learn more about the Jewish faith Jan. 5 for a Tapestry Interfaith Women event at the Bet Shalom Reform Congregation in Hopkins. The group was formed last year by three women from Plymouth, all from different faith backgrounds, after the Paris terrorist attacks. The...
Hanukkah on display in St. Louis Park and Minnetonka (photo gallery)
Published December 30, 2016 at 3:57 pm
Plymouth gymnast prepares for largest Jewish athletic competition
Published December 13, 2016 at 11:17 am
The Wayzata High School sophomore to represent Team USA in Israel After recovering from an injury that kept him from competing at nationals last spring, Wayzata High School sophomore and gymnast Tyler Schmidt has made a comeback and will represent his faith and nation this summer at Maccabiah 2017...
A place to call home: West Lutheran students and staff celebrate 20 years in Plymouth
Published December 6, 2016 at 11:34 am
As West Lutheran High School celebrates 20 years in Plymouth, two-generation families like the Walbergs of Champlin, are thankful for the school’s growth and take pride in a building they can call their own. As a 1990 West Lutheran High School graduate, Jennifer Walberg wanted her daughters to...