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According to Carver County Sheriff Jim Olson, Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a complaint of terroristic threats at Minnetonka Middle School West in Chanhassen at approximately 4:17 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 25. Deputies spoke with school officials who reported receiving an after-hours email on Friday Nov. 21, informing them of a potential threat to a list of students […]

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Thanks to the generous donations of area citizens and the dedication of those involved with the effort, the 2014 Stuff-A-Truck Food Drive organized by Mackenthun’s Fine Foods collected 20,472 lbs of food for area food shelves — including the Watertown Friends for Life, Waconia United and Southwest Carver food shelves, an amount that surpassed the […]

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By Joe Nathan One of my saddest and happiest days in school was the first day I wore my glasses, in the third grade. I already disliked my ears, which stuck out, and now I was the only kid with glasses. I felt super ugly and hated the idea of going to school. Fortunately, a […]

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By Don Heinzman The millennials, ages 18-34, are forcing changes in the metropolitan area housing patterns, particularly in the first-ring suburbs and urban centers. Steve Elkins is the District 5 Metropolitan Council member, representing Bloomington, Richfield, Edina and Hopkins, who spoke to progressives recently in Bloomington. He is an economist for Optum Technology, a division […]

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Gerald Delaney recently joined Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, a division of Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. and the nation’s leading retail mortgage provider, as a home mortgage consultant in its  Waconia office. Delaney has more than 30 years of financial and industry experience. “We are excited to have someone of Gerry’s background join our organization,” said […]

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