Hopkins City Councilwoman Announces State Representative Campaign
Hopkins City Councilwoman Cheryl Youakim announced Thursday that she'll be seeking the DFL endorsement for House District 46B, which covers Hopkins and St. Louis Park.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Finance and Commerce
Is federal funding worth the red tape?
Southwest light rail backers have identified at least four stations along the future line that could be good candidates for transit-oriented development that taps federal money sources.
Outdoor Ice Rinks Open Dec. 21 in Minnetonka and Hopkins
Warming houses and rinks are located in Minnetonka at Boulder Creek, Covington, Gro Tonka, McKenzie, Meadow and Spring Hill parks and at Gatewood and Glen Lake schools.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Minnetonka police, fire departments investigate house fire
Crews were dispatched to the structure on Victor Lane around 9:15 p.m. Sunday. Before night's end, firefighters from Eden Prairie , Edina , Hopkins and St. Louis Park joined in battling the blaze.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
West metro school briefs: Blake to host admission events
From 9 to 11:30 a.m. Dec. 5, families with children in grades preK-5 can explore the Highcroft campus in Wayzata .
School Shift Payback Benefits Schools & State
On October 15, 2013, Eden Prairie schools received $701,090, Minnetonka schools received $708,438, and Hopkins schools received $545,723.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Detroit Free Press
Fashion-savvy teachers get high marks
Test scores and rowdy students are always on a teacher's mind. Another concern of the day? What to wear.
What Should Minnesota Do With Its Sex Offender Program?
The program civilly commits offenders who have completed their criminal sentences but are judged too dangerous to release.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
When Does School Close for Christmas in Minnetonka?
Ready for some time with your precious darlings? Winter Break will soon be upon us, and you'll get your chance to spend some time with the kiddos.
Thu Nov 14, 2013
Nelson's Owner Talks Meat Market's Half Century History
Rick Nelson started working at his father's meat market as a 10-year-old dishwasher the day it opened in the mid-1960s.
Wed Nov 13, 2013
How Do Hopkins' Taxes Compare to The Rest of The State?
Hopkins residents will see their taxes grow next year, but the increase won't be as big as those facing taxpayers in other communities, according to a Tuesday Minnesota Department of Revenue release of preliminary property tax levies .
Tue Nov 12, 2013
Pegasus Group Buys Seven Minnesota Self-Storage Facilities
Self-storage management company Pegasus Group has entered the Minnesota market, buying seven storage facilities from Hopkins, Minn.-based Jacobs Management Corp. The company paid $41.5 million for the properties-six in the Twin Cities and one in Hutchinson-according to "Finance & Commerce."
Should Hopkins Officials Make More Than The Governor?
Hopkins officials are not among the dozens of local government employees who make more than Gov. Mark Dayton, according to an Associated Press analysis released Sunday .
Sat Nov 09, 2013
The Macon Telegraph
Proper attire in classroom makes educators jobs easier
Test scores and rowdy students are always on a teacher’s mind. Another concern of the day? What to wear.