Elizabeth Sweder, who lived in Edina from 1972 to 2000, published her first book, a memoir entitled “The Red Cottage.” Sweder was a sculptor in Edina and was a member of the Edina Art Center, where she exhibited in juried art shows and won the People’s Choice award for a sculpture portrait. After her daughters […]

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As cities grapple with how to regulate the use of electronic cigarettes in their city, Bloomington has deemed their use to be akin to that of traditional cigarettes, and voted unanimously to prohibit their use in public settings, including the retail shops that sell the devices.

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Northern powers Roseau and Warroad visited Braemar Arena to clash against the Edina High girls hockey team last weekend. It was a tough twosome for the Hornets, who lost to Roseau 4-3 on Friday and tied Warroad 3-3 on Saturday. Following the Warroad game, Edina captains Katie Murney, Emma Schatz and Taylor Williamson discussed the […]

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The Public Works Department has created a Snowplow Hotline for residents to call during winter to stay up-to-date on snowplow plans. The hotline phone number is 952-826-1628. The hotline will be updated with a  recording of up-to-date information on the forecast and the Public Works Department’s plowing schedule to inform residents of what to expect […]

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When the Lake Conference football coaches met recently to choose the all-conference football team, six Edina players were among the 30 selections. Coach Reed Boltmann of Edina was pleased that opposing coaches recognized his players – seniors Ben Boone, Justin Douglas, Patrick LeCorre and Charlie Smith, junior Evan Holm and sophomore Brock Boltmann.. “I wish […]

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