Excelsior
  Surprisingly, Minnetonka High tennis captains Nathan Abzug and Brett Erickson aren’t talking about winning the state Class AA doubles championship this spring. Abzug and Erickson went 28-3 as juniors last year, but individual glory is not their focus. “We want to win the state team title,...Read More
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A group of artists around Lake Minnetonka will be opening their home studios to the public 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, May 2 and Sunday, May 3 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. There will be 28 artists in 11 locations. Participating studios are located in Deephaven, Excelsior and Minnetonka. To find a participating...Read More
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Sarah Peka of the Minnetonka High girls softball team started at third base during a Lake Conference game against the Wayzata Trojans April 15 at Tonka’s Legacy Field. But in the fifth inning, Skipper coach Mary Beth Wiig called on Peka to pitch in relief, and it turned out to be the right decisio...Read More
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The Minnetonka High boys track and field team surged to a second-place finish at the Shakopee Relays April 16 at Shakopee West Junior High. Field events points were plentiful for Minnetonka. One highlight of the meet was a win in the triple jump by Skipper sophomore Thomas Kohn, who went 41 feet, 7 ...Read More
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ResourceWest is sponsoring its annual fundraiser “Journey with Us” 6:30-9 p.m. Friday, April 24, at PIQUE Travel Design, 362 3rd St., Excelsior. There will be complimentary appetizers, a cash bar, a silent auction and a performance by the band “Cabaret for Care.” Tickets are $25 in advance a...Read More
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City aims to make Concerts in the Park profitable During a warm night on the shores of Lake Minnetonka, the public gathers with a glass of wine in hand and live music in the background – few things are more relaxing than a night in the Commons during one of the city’s Concerts in the [...]...Read More
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By Natalie Webster guest columnist One thing that gives a town its charm is its legends, history and stories. If you travel to St. Paul you may hear the stories of how the ghost of Jack, the bell hop from long ago, still haunts the Landmark Center. Visit Stillwater for an afternoon of antiquing and ...Read More
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St. John the Baptist Catholic Church will host a Family Bingo event 6-9 p.m. Saturday, April 18, at the church, 680 Mill St., Excelsior. Come play a game of bingo, enjoy other children’s games, sample fresh pie and popcorn and spend quality time with your family. Each bingo card costs 25 cents for...Read More
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