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Local Eden Prairie bicyclists and walkers crave more convenience between the trails around the community. Discussion is taking place to provide alternate forms of transportation that would increase outdoor activity. Suggestions include a trail loop that passes by historic sites and places to eat; somewhat similar to the Minneapolis Greenway Trail.
Known as having the ‘Minnesota Nice’ vibe, the city of Eden Prairie has many choices when it comes to picking the perfect neighborhood for yourself! After being named by Money Magazine as one of the top three places to live several times over the past decade, home sales and values have remained better than average.
Take the challenge! It is not a difficult one to do, unless you like to take long showers, but the city of Eden Prairie is encouraging residents to conserve our greatest natural resource: water. Known as the Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation, residents will have a chance to make a small difference in this big world!
The Boston Marathon will take place on Monday, but a Minnesota service member took part in the big day from the other side of the world. Each year, thousands in the armed forces participate in the "Boston Marathon Shadow Run." Plymouth native Josh Peterson won this year at the Bagram Air Field in Afghanistan. Peterson clocked in with a time of 2 ho
A 51-year-old Minneapolis man remains in critical condition after an SUV hit him while he was riding his bicycle in St. Paul. Police say David Wuest was biking near the intersection of Snelling and Summit avenues around 7:30 a.m. when he was hit. The SUV driver called 911. Cmdr. Steve Frazer says the cyclist, who was not wearing a helmet, was taken by ambula
Minnesota's motorcycle season kicks off with the annual spring Flood Run. As many as 30,000 motorcyclists are expected to hit the road Saturday for a scenic ride between the Twin Cities and Winona. The Flood Run commemorates the 1965 Mississippi River flood when motorcyclists rode from the Twin Cities area to help out in Winona. Traffic safety