Plymouth

The St. Andrew’s Society of Minnesota will celebrate St. Andrew’s Day 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 3, at the Church of the Epiphany, 4900 Nathan Lane, Plymouth. A brief reminder of the history of the Scots finally being allowed to wear their kilts will be followed by tea. A bagpiper will play as the society enters […]

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Edina High doesn’t often lose in tournament hockey, and the two-time defending state Class AA champs came through again Saturday, Nov. 22, against Wayzata in the Channel 12 Turkey Trot finals at Plymouth Ice Center. Officially, the game goes into the books as a 3-3 tie. However, since tournament hardware was at stake, the rules […]

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Only a few years into implementing a new vision, the Three Rivers Park District has been affirmed that it’s right on track. The district has received the 2014 Barb King Environmental Stewardship Award from the National Recreation and Park Association. Each year, the association awards the honor to only one parks and recreation agency in […]

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A national spa chain that aims to make its services available to everyone has expanded to Minnesota, and the company has made Plymouth its first stop. Elliott Randolph of Wayzata opened the local Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa Nov. 16 at 3525 Vicksburg Ln. N. The business offers numerous professional massage, facial and […]

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Plymouth Metrolink fixed routes will not operate Thursday, Nov. 27. There will be limited fixed route service Friday, Nov. 28, including the following. • Route 772 — Trips to downtown from Highway 55 and County Road 73 (Plymouth Station 73) will leave at 6:45, 7:15 and 7:45 a.m. and return from downtown (Marquette and Washington) […]

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At an unusually brief meeting, the Plymouth City Council took action to help Providence Academy move along with the expansion of its athletic facilities. The Nov. 10 regular meeting lasted fewer than 10 minutes and included the public hearing on the vacation of access easements at the private school’s location at 15100 Schmidt Lake Road. […]

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To the Editor: To the District 281 school board members: Please note the weekly police reports in the Plymouth Sun-Sailor. Now that your levies have passed, you can assure us that crime and disruption in the schools will dissipate. Every week, reports of fights, drugs, theft, disruptions and weapons wielded by students are published (nine […]

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