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From Mound to Wayzata, communities on one of Minnesota's busiest recreational lakes are looking to band together to cash in on lakefront attractions and Lake Minnetonka as a new regional destination.
Sunday July 15, 2012
Decades ago, Lake Minnetonka drew tourists from near and far. Cities along its shore want...
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