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Police & Fire, Schools, Business, Sports, Awareness
Also in this week's wrap-up: A beloved principal gets rewarded, Menards makes a grand entrance and Edina pets have a new haven.
Government, Police & Fire, Business, Arts, Graduation, Local Connections, Breast Cancer Awareness, Going Green
Also appearing in this week's West Metro news roundup: Anne of Green Gables and some really rich SuperValu folks. And the USPS says farewell to Saturdays.
Government, Police & Fire, Schools, Business, Sports, Obituaries, Awareness
The Maple Grove hockey team stayed in the news this week. Other looks around the metro include a pot bust in Otsego, a Vikings surprise, and Richfield mourns a baby lost too soon.
Government, Police & Fire, Schools, Volunteers in the News, Business
This week's headlines from around the West Metro also include a salute to a lost boy, transportation issues and SuperValu's biggest sale. And, free beer!
Government, Police & Fire, Business, Arts
This week’s edition also includes more parking in Maple Grove, signs of the Times from a Minnetonka grad and even more on light rail.
Government, Police & Fire, Business, The Neighborhood Files, Graduation, Obituaries, Local Connections, Awareness, Count Us In
This week's roundup also includes news on a new bar in Southwest Minneapolis, Edina's top students and business changes in St. Michael-Albertville.
Government, Police & Fire, Business, Arts, The Neighborhood Files
Also this week: Minnetonka's best, reflecting on the 1991 blizzard, and the development of Hopkins' cool new commercial center.
Police & Fire
A shooting Thursday at a Minneapolis neighborhood business has sent ripples throughout the Twin Cities as victims are identified. The suspect, who Minneapolis Police confirmed was released from his job earlier that day, killed himself.
Police & Fire, Elections, Summer, Back to School, Real Estate
From prison sentences for convicted killers to a new hangout for kids, it's been a big week of news across the West Metro.
Government, Police & Fire, Arts, The Neighborhood Files
A roundup of news that headlined Patch sites across the West Metro last week, including a visit from Erin Brockovich, the rescue of a trapped construction worker and the shutdown of the Hopkins Dispatch center.
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