Plymouth
  By sweeping all four singles matches in an April 28 match at Edina, the Wayzata High tennis team kept its Lake Conference title hopes alive. Undefeated Minnetonka can win the title outright by winning Thursday, May 7, at Edina. But if the Hornets win, a possible three-way tie for the title co...Read More
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Johnson Controls of Plymouth was one of 36 Minnesota businesses recognized by Xcel Energy for outstanding efforts to help customers save energy. The awards, presented April 9 at Pinstripes in Edina, recognized contractors, equipment suppliers and engineers that contributed the greatest electricity a...Read More
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Rebecca Headley of Plymouth was celebrated for receiving the Excellence in Teaching Criminal Justice Award during the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies Honors Day at Georgia State University (Atlanta) in March. The Excellence in Teaching award recognizes a student who, in the judgment of the And...Read More
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Welcome back spring at Interfaith Outreach and Community Partner’s Annual Plant Sale 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, May 16, in the lower parking lot at St. Philip the Deacon Lutheran Church, 17205 County Rd. 6, Plymouth. Shop a fantastic selection of perennials, annuals and heirloom veggies. New this...Read More
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The Plymouth Library (15700 36th Ave. N.) will host the following events: Teen Anime Club 4:30–6 p.m. Thursday, May 7 This event is for teens. Watch anime, discuss manga and share artwork. There’s something different every time. This club is sponsored by Friends of the Plymouth Library. Used Boo...Read More
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While it has some time, the City of Plymouth has some work to do to steer away from the “Cadillac Tax” under the Affordable Care Act. The tax is a 40 percent excise tax on health benefits employers provide their workers above a certain threshold. It will go into effect Jan. 1, 2018. If the [...]...Read More
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Enjoy tasty soup and support Interfaith Outreach and Community Partner’s food shelf at the annual Wayzata Empty Bowls event 5-7 p.m. Thursday, May 14, at Wayzata High School, 4955 Peony Ln. N., Plymouth. Guests pick out their keepsake bowl at the 2014 Empty Bowls event at Wayzata High School. (Sun...Read More
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It’s 10:47 a.m. when the bell rings across the intercom at Wayzata High School. The last few students walk in and quietly plop down at their desks among the other sophomores, juniors and seniors. Class is ready to begin. In front of the room stands Bernie Ward, a practicing student teacher who’s...Read More
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  Defending state Class AA boys tennis champion Nick Beaty of Wayzata played like a champion April 22 when he defeated Minnetonka’s Jonah Salita 6-2, 6-2 during  dual match at Minnetonka High School. Although Beaty was superb in his match, the Trojans came out on the short end of a 4-3 score...Read More
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  Wayzata High Stadium will be a hive of activity, beginning at 3:45 p.m. Friday, May 1, when the Trojan boys and girls track teams host the Wayzata Invitational. “We have nine boys teams and nine girls teams,” said Wayzata boys coach Aaron Berndt. “We will have an opportunity to compete ...Read More
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