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IOCP’s Prevent Hunger campaign aims to collect 100,000 pounds of food, raise $100,000 in March Interfaith Outreach and Community Partners is calling for a community effort to reach its latest goal. The nonprofit organization’s Prevent Hunger campaign has set off with a one-month goal in March of...Read More
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It isn’t often that a Lake Conference girls basketball team wins the league title with an 8-0 record, but Hopkins was able to accomplish that feat this year. The Royals wrapped it up by beating Wayzata 70-52 and Minnetonka 69-48 in two road games last week. Thus, the Royals earned the No. 1 seed f...Read More
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This is the time of year when dreams are either realized or broken for boys basketball teams in Minnesota. Wayzata High’s boys team kept the dream alive with a 79-53 victory over Park Center in the first round of the Section 5, Class 4A Tournament Feb. 26 at Wayzata High. Wayzata next faces Maple ...Read More
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Blue Water Theatre Co. is hosting its annual fundraising gala 6:30 p.m. Saturday, March 7, at Wayzata Country Club, 200 Wayzata Blvd. W. With all money raised supporting Blue Water programming, the gala is the nonprofit organization’s biggest fundraising event of the year. Parents, alumni and supp...Read More
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Legislators lead listening session at Wayzata City Hall Area taxpayers were given the chance to air their concerns and ask questions about the property tax system at a listening session Feb. 24 led by Rep. Jerry Hertaus (R-Greenfield) of House District 33A and Rep. Steve Drazkowski (R-Mazeppa) at Wa...Read More
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Included in the Wayzata Police reports Feb. 17-23 were the following incidents: One report of a missing person, five motor vehicle accidents involving property damage, two fire alarms, 13 “other” medicals, one medical alarm, one wellbeing check on an adult, three civil matters, one report of dis...Read More
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