Minnetonka

23 Feb 19
Hunt Tested

From what I can remember from English Literature class, the three most common types of conflict in stories are Man vs. Man, Man vs. Himself, and Man vs. Nature. My first South Dakota Turkey hunt was a Man vs. Nature story. To be specific, Man vs. Turkey. It all started out pleasant enough. Good friends, […]

23 Feb 19
Lake Minnetonka Liberty

Former aides described her treatment as “dehumanizing.” The Times reported that an aide had purchased a salad for Klobuchar while bringing her bags through an airport. But the aide “fumbled” the plastic utensils and was “berated” after explaining the problem to Klobuchar. Klobuchar then took a comb from her bag to eat the salad, before […]

23 Feb 19
KIM IUZZOLINO

Forget any fall fashion norms you thought to exist, and take time to fall in love with Alice + Olivia’s physcadelic Fall 2019  Ready to Wear runway. Stacey Bendet created a whimsical collection full of color, sparkle, and prints, while mixing them all together for a wild fairytale illusion. Alice + Olivia defied the odds […]

23 Feb 19
A Patient Cycle

The 2019 finalists for the Frank Brimsek Award, which goes to the top senior boys’ goalie in Minnesota in each season, came out this past week. In a welcome change, the committee added a third finalist instead of the traditional two, and the three it selected (Charlie Glockner of Minnetonka, Ben Fritsinger of Andover, and […]

23 Feb 19
KJASR

#1 Hopkins 70, #2 Wayzata 49 Hopkins completes perfect season with Lake Conference title win over rival Wayzata——MN GBB Hub

23 Feb 19
Lake Minnetonka Liberty

Originally posted on Westonka Daily News:
After winning a tight, defensive game in the state quarterfinals, Breck co-head coach Steve Persian said he wanted to see crisper puck movement in the next game. So, the Mustangs put up 11 goals Friday in the Class 1A semifinal against Mound Westonka/Watertown-Mayer/Southwest Christian, including six in the first…

23 Feb 19
Lake Minnetonka Liberty

Originally posted on Westonka Daily News:
Easily the best song on the “Blue Moves” LP. Crazy Water was released in 1976 in the U.K. which explains its limited airplay here in the U.S. It’s a great song! https://youtu.be/_oQpH2TUb_U

23 Feb 19
Twin Cities
Annie Kuehl would love to say she knew exactly what she was doing in a high-pressure situation with a spot in the state championship game on the line. “The cool answer is to say yes,” the Edina senior forward said. But that wouldn’t be true. With the Hornets and Minnetonka tied 1-1 in the final minute of the Class 2A girls hockey state semifinals at the Xcel Energy Center, Kuehl was just doing what players are taught to do — get to the net, fire pucks on goal and see what happens. With 38 ticks to play, her backhand slipped through, giving the Hornets a 2-1 victory and their third straight state championship game berth. “I think I grew a few gray hairs through that game,” Edina coach Sami Reber admitted. Edina (26-4) was the dominant team throughout. The top-seeded Hornets limited fifth-seeded Minnetonka (15-14-1) to two shots over the final two periods. It looked like Edina’s lone goal — a score off the stick of Vivian Jungels in the first period — would hold up. But an unlikely hero stepped up for the Skippers. Josie Helling was a late add to Minnetonka’s roster for this postseason run. Her name isn’t even in the state tournament program. But she found the back of the net to tie the game with four minutes to play. “Our girls never quit,” Skippers coach Eric Johnson said. “They kept battling just like they had all year long, and we’re proud of the effort that they had.” Still, it wasn’t quite enough to derail Edina’s path to a potential three-peat, a goal the Hornets are now just one win away from achieving. Edina will play third-seeded Brainerd in Saturday night’s title game. [related_articles location=”right” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”]Reber admits she’d like to see a little more offense in that contest. Friday wasn’t exactly a Picasso for Edina’s high-powered offense, but the coach credited her players for recognizing the lack of offensive production and compensated with a lock-down defensive effort. “For us to be back to where we want to be, I’m so proud of the girls,” Reber said, “but we’re not done yet.”
23 Feb 19
The Indian Perspective

Minnetonka police see sharp drop in mental health crisis calls after taking new training program  Star Tribune Mental health crisis calls reported by Minnetonka police fell by almost a quarter in 2018, after officers took part in a crisis intervention program developed by two … from “”mental health” OR “mental disorder” OR “psychiatry” OR “mental illness” […]

23 Feb 19

Howling For Wolves supports the reintroduction of wolves with wide genetic diversity to Isle Royale, but we strongly believe that wolves currently living in captivity should be chosen for the mission. The island’s local ecology deserves this compassionate conservation. The wolf assists with necessary natural changes to the island, including the browsing behavior for moose, which then allows trees to grow and support other wildlife.

22 Feb 19
Site Title

Hello again,  I’m glad to be back talking to you again.  I had an eventful day, tomorrow my sewing ladies are coming to sew for a few hours. We will do another section of our window pane of spring flowers.  There are nine altogether, we have one done already.  I did the purple flower with […]

22 Feb 19
CIS Career Center

IT Data Analyst Intern Minnesota Judicial Branch    27 reviews  – Saint Paul, MN $14.16 – $19.10 an hour The candidate will be part of a team of Business Intelligence (BI) developers and analysts that are part of a larger team that also includes business analysts,… Internship (paid): EDM Data Analyst Intern Medica    104 reviews  – Minnetonka, MN Research experience on database related field. Strong theoretical knowledge […]

22 Feb 19
Twin Cities
Maple Grove struck first Thursday night, with Tristana Tatur scoring less than seven minutes into the game to give the Crimson a 1-0 lead in the final Class 2A semifinal at Xcel Energy Center. Then Minnetonka answered — again, and again and again. The fifth-seeded Skippers scored four straight goals, from four different players, to take control of the contest en route to a 7-4 victory. Lacey Martin scored twice for Minnetonka (15-13-1), who went 3 for 6 on power play opportunities. Lauren Stenslie scored twice for the fourth-seeded Crimson (19-8-1). Minnetonka will meet top-seeded Edina in the semifinals Friday at 8 p.m. The Hornets beat Minnetonka twice during the regular season.
21 Feb 19
CIS Career Center

Internship (paid): EDM Data Analyst Intern Medica    104 reviews  – Minnetonka, MN Research experience on database related field. Strong theoretical knowledge on database and related concepts. SQL or alternative relational database management… Data Analyst Intern (paid): Medica    104 reviews  – Minnetonka, MN The Data Analyst Intern will assist in in the design and development of Medica Reports and Analysis. The individual will report to the Director of […]

21 Feb 19
Sota Girls Hockey

Game 1 Andover vs. Farmington Andover has not had an easy road to the X. A two goal win over St. Francis in game one of sections. Much closer than anyone anticipated. An epic 4OT win over Elk River in the section semi. And another dramatic victory vs. Forest Lake in the final. The Huskies […]

21 Feb 19
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