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Long Lake Fire’s Red Hot Run July 28th

The Long Lake Fire Department’s annual Red Hot Run returns on Saturday, July 28. Originally created as a fundraiser for the firefighters’ memorial outside Station 1, the Red Hot Run has become a summer staple for the department. 83 more words

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New Charges Filed Against George Jeffery Carlyle Of Chanhassen Already Accused of Stalking Women Around Lake Minnetonka Area

New charges have been filed against a man already accused of following at least three women home from an event center in May of this year and confronting them in their driveway, allegedly attempting to lift up one woman’s dress. 98 more words

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Police update Long Lake Council on contract, activities

At the Long Lake City Council meeting on Monday, July 2, Wayzata Police Chief Mike Risvold and Wayzata City Manager Jeff Dahl gave the council an activity report and update on the contract between the police department and the City of Long Lake. 172 more words

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A full day of fun is planned for Buckhorn Days festival

Buckhorn Days is coming to Nelson Lakeside Park on Saturday, July 21. The annual summer festival, named for the famous Buckhorn restaurant and bar that once stood in downtown Long Lake, will feature a variety of entertainment and activities for people of all ages. 143 more words

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Entrepreneur brings Crazy Good Dressing to Buckhorn Days in Long Lake

“I’ve always cooked; I grew up just loving to cook,” says cookbook author, catering expert and small-business owner Susan Ritts. “My work took me everywhere; a lot of my time was spent in San Francisco and New York, two amazing foodie places, so I was able to experience a ton of great food and then come home and try to recreate it.” 80 more words

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Birch's Lowertown location aims for August opening

Birch’s Lowertown is targeting an August 21 opening in Tim McKee’s Market House Collaborative. A first-level cocktail bar and piano bar will open later this year in October. 61 more words

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Officers recognized in Long Lake

At the Long Lake City Council meeting on Tuesday, June 19, members of the Wayzata Police Department and the Miner family were recognized for their efforts related to the identification and arrest of George Carlyle, a suspect in a stalking/sexual misconduct incident that took place on May 16 in Long Lake. 20 more words

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