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When the recession hit, many area residents were left in a position where they needed help from others to survive. When Cathy Maes was hired five years ago at ICA Food Shelf in Minnetonka, she helped guide a team to do great things for a community in need. Yet, her time with the organization has [.....Read More
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Sun Newspapers’ news editor Jonathan Young is in Gettysburg this week, as the nation honors the 150th anniversary of the famous Civil War battle. He is traveling with Minnesota’s Civil War Commemorative Task Force. Read about Jonathan Young’s travels on his blog. He arrived Monday and ...Read More
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By Kellie Ringate-Murphy – Guest Columnist The Excelsior Fire District Firefighters want you and your family to be safe on the 4th of July and anytime you choose to use legal fireworks. It is important for citizens to understand fireworks laws and be well informed of the safety precautions th...Read More
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BY JONATHAN YOUNG – Sun Post Newspapers A row of men dressed in Union-blue Civil War uniforms stood at attention in the Governor’s Reception Room at the Minnesota State Capitol June 25, while Gov. Mark Dayton solemnly seated himself at a desk and picked up a pen. After signing the proclamat...Read More
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The Hennepin County Sheriffs Office will begin enforcing a slow-no wake order effective for watercraft operators on Medicine Lake in Plymouth beginning Wednesday, June 26. The order is a result of high water levels caused by recent heavy rain. The order will remain in effect until the lake’s water...Read More
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Wayzata city crews are at work, clearing roadways and operating the city wells and sewer stations with generators, due to extensive power outages in the city. “These items remain the top priority at this time.  We ask for your patience as we continue to work with Excel Energy to restore power...Read More
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Strong winds and heavy rain in the early morning hours of June 21 lead to extensive power outages in many metro communities, including Golden Valley, Maple Grove, Plymouth, Crystal, Minnetonka, Eden Prairie, Edina, and Richfield. At the worst of the outages, more than 50,000 homes were without power...Read More
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Kids Around the World will recycle school’s equipment Paul Bierhaus and a group of volunteers from his church undertook a massive project last week at Eisenhower Elementary School in Hopkins. On June 11, Bierhaus and more than a dozen volunteers from the Wayzata Free Church in Plymouth dismantled,...Read More
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An Open House for the new regional sanitary sewer force main will take place 6-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 18, at Shorewood City Hall, 5755 Country Club Road, in Shorewood. The project will affect Excelsior, Greenwood and Shorewood, and is being managed by Metropolitan Council Environmental Services, wh...Read More
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