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Warmer Weather Means A Hotter Minnetonka Real Estate Market

Spring marks the start of the home shopping season for many! As the weather starts to warm up, the Minnetonka real estate market starts to get hot as well. As a seller, you must make your home stand out above your competition in order to sell quickly, at the best price possible!


Exotic Petting Zoo Coupled With An Easter Egg Hunt On April 20th

Guess what? Easter is just over a week away and you need something for the kids to do in Minnetonka! You’re in luck! The Christian Family Church is hosting their first Annual Easter Extravaganza and Egg Hunt. Held on April 20th, children of all ages are welcome to attend this free event starting at 9 a.m.


Minnetonka Football Head Coach Makes an Impact Both On and Off the Field

After an astonishing 235 career wins, two state championships, and 36 years of coaching, Minnetonka High School head football coach Dave Nelson has earned an honorable recognition! Recently inducted into the Minnesota Football Coaches Association Hall of Fame, he has a resume that is tough to beat.


Golden Valley Man Charged in Deadly Multi-Car Crash in Mpls. Last November

A Golden Valley man is charged for a four-vehicle crash that left two people dead in November of last year in Minneapolis. According to court documents, Philip Bertelsen, 55, is charged with four counts of criminal vehicular operation, including operating a vehicle while having an alcohol concentration of 0.08 or more. The multi-car crash happened around 1:3

Mpls. Mayor Hodges to Give 1st State of the City Address Thursday

Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges will give her first State of the City address Thursday. She is expected to talk about transit, public safety and development. Hodges will also outline her vision and three main goals for the city. The speech is scheduled from noon to 1 p.m. at the American Indian Center on Franklin Avenue. The annual State of the City address i

Como-Harriet Streetcar Line Needs Volunteers

At one time streetcars were a part of the daily life for people in the Twin Cities. Streetcars here date back to the 1900s, the era of electric mass transit. Nowadays, it's a trip back in time on-board a "Museum on Wheels." For years, volunteers have helped carry on the heritage on the Como-Harriet and Excelsior Streetcar Lines. Michael Mayer