Wayzata, which is American Indian for "north shore," has roots as a summer weekend retreat on Lake Minnetonka. Originally its cottages and hotels drew summer crowds for boating and fishing, but Wayzata eventually grew into a residential suburb of the Twin Cities.
If this were a novel, a hero could have saved Charlie Leonard’s store from the evils of e-books and bulldozers.But this is real life — and the Twin Cities’ oldest remaining...
Summer may be over, but surfers on Lake Minnetonka are still riding the waves before 11 Minnesota wake surfers compete in the sport’s world championship this weekend.On a cool September day...
A public park in Wayzata is the Twin Cities’ last piece of a sprawling dense forest that once blanketed much of central Minnesota.Last week, the community celebrated the Wayzata Big Woods’ 10th year...
Boaters, bikers and beer drinkers will start to see some new attractions in Wayzata aimed at drawing more visitors to the Lake Minnetonka town.In the six months since the city approved a major...
Wayzata residents presented a petition to the City Council last week signed by 500 people opposing cellphone companies putting equipment in Klapprich Park.For years, residents near the park, which...
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|08/13/2014||637 Harmony Circle||254,000|
|08/08/2014||18870 Lake Av.||805,000|
|07/31/2014||310 Benton Av.||126,000|
|07/17/2014||10019 36th Pl. N.||215,000|
|07/17/2014||1475 Hunter Dr.||522,500|
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