Hopkins

A St. Louis Park man awaits sentencing after he pleaded guilty to two counts of criminal vehicular homicide in an incident last spring that killed the owner of a Hopkins hardware store. A Hennepin County judge is scheduled to sentence Jorge Juarez, 20, in a case involving the death of Brooklyn Park resident James Hance, […]

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After coming out ahead in a close election, Minnesota Secretary of State-elect Steve Simon is turning his attention to how to improve future elections. After a decade representing St. Louis Park and Hopkins in the Minnesota House of Representatives, Simon is preparing for his new role, which will begin Jan. 5. Simon won the election […]

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Temporary foster pet homes for cats, puppies, litters of kittens, rabbits and dogs are needed in the West Metro area. The Humane Society provides all medical care, food and litter. Volunteers provide a loving, safe home for an average of 3-6 months. Twice a month, the foster family comes with the pet to a three-hour […]

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The Hopkins Police Reserves have assisted the Hopkins Police Department since 1968. This  group is dedicated to the community, collectively donating more than 5,000 hours of volunteer service to the city each year. Reserve officer assignments include assisting police officers on patrol, crime prevention, community events, animal control and parking enforcement. New reserve officers will […]

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Hopkins Police The Hopkins Police Department responded to the following incidents Oct. 27 to Nov. 2. Theft: • 100 block of Blake Road; 9400 block of Excelsior Boulevard; First block of 11th Avenue North; 1300 block of Mainstreet; 600 block of 6th Avenue South Burglary: • 100 block of 7th Avenue North Robbery: • No […]

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The Women’s Club of Hopkins hosts its monthly luncheon meeting noon Tuesday, Nov. 18, at Mizpah United Church of Christ, 412 5th Ave. N. Hopkins. Lunch is served at noon followed by a short business meeting and 1 p.m. program. This month’s program features entertainer Cindi Scheffler, who has been performing in both theater and […]

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The Hopkins Center for the Arts hosts “Pints and Paints” 7-9:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 17, at LTD Brewing, 725 Mainstreet, Hopkins. Attendees of this “art class and a beer glass” event will learn basic techniques to create an original work of art in a congenial, pub atmosphere. Instruction, encouragement and inspiration will be provided by […]

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