Opinion

By Katherine Bass Guest Columnist Bring to mind an 8-year-old you love. Now think of an 80-year-old you care about. For me, I think about my two young kids, my aging mother and my sister living with disabilities – all Edina residents. For different reasons, their worlds might be smaller than yours or mine. Nevertheless, […]

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By Bill Neuendorf and David Anderson Guest Columnists Earlier this month, the city of Edina and Frauenshuh Inc. entered into a partnership to define what public and private uses can feasibly work together on the former Public Works site at 5146 Eden Avenue. This 3.3-acre site has been vacant since the Public Works Department relocated […]

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The long overdue planning for a multi-use trail along the Minnesota River in Bloomington is finally underway after a 30-year stalemate over the type of desired trail surface.

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I had some college friends visit a while ago. I was a bit nervous. It was their first time visiting Minnesota or the Twin Cities after having lived around New York City their entire lives. They were fine with being friends with a Minnesotan, but would they snub their noses and decide I came from […]

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