Wayzata

Wayzata High senior Anna French has earned almost every award possible in high school cross country. She is a six-time all-conference runner, a four-time conference champion and a state runner-up. The one thing she hasn’t done yet is win a state championship, and she would like to add that to her list of achievements in [...]

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Sarah Kaelberer, president of Business and Estate Advisers in Wayzata,  has been named the 2014-15 Divisional Vice President of the Resource Zone of the Million Dollar Round Table, a global association of more than 42,000 life insurance and financial services professionals. In this role, Kaelberer is part of the round table’s management council, which is [...]

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There’s no secret to the chemistry between Blake School doubles partners Jane Fraley and Libby Rickeman. “We’re best friends,” said Rickeman after they won the Class AA doubles title at the State Tennis Tournament Oct. 24. “That’s why we made the decision to play doubles for the tournaments,” Fraley added. The Blake duo breezed through [...]

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Wayzata Community Church’s Parables ministry has been honored as a CurePity Hero organization. The award, sponsored by Century Link on behalf of Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare, is given to organizations going above and beyond to inspire and change the lives of children, young adults and families living with disabilities. Wayzata Community Church’s weekly Parables service [...]

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To the Editor: Wayzata stands on the brink of a very bright future, but getting there will require great skill and foresight. Veer too far to the side of commercial development and we could destroy the very thing that makes Wayzata unique and desirable. Fall too far back on our history and we will deny the development that [...]

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Outreach project looks to bring generations together Michael Levine believes in the power of music. It’s a passion that has been with the Juilliard-trained musician since he was a fifth-grade student in band class. “I’m still a band kid,” Levine said in front of the Wayzata Rotary Club Oct. 8. “Once a band kid, always [...]

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