Lake Minnetonka Patch's Top 12 Stories in 2012
A recap of Lake Minnetonka Patch's top stories of 2012.
Delegation chair Marianne Stebbins, an Excelsior resident, says state's delegates are "overwhelmingly Ron Paul supporters" and that she "doesn't think Mitt Romney is a strong candidate."
Young quarterback buys home in gated Tonka Bay community for just under $1 million.
Aaron Jaunich, of Delano, died of multiple blunt force and thermal injuries, according to a report released by the Hennepin County Medical Examiner.
Secluded home on lake's north shore was purchased in 2005 for just over $1.5 million.
State law makers took a swing at resolving traditional Minnesota conflict of Mother’s Day and the fishing opener, scheduled the same weekend.
Prosecutors have charged a 17-year-old with second-degree murder.
Excelsior residents voiced both excitement and grievances regarding a development plan that would potentially bring a grocery store and other businesses to town.
Movie star was reportedly in Minnesota with his daughter on a family vacation.
State patrol says Oakdale man's car careened into oncoming traffic and was broadsided by a semi.
Just over 24 hours after Kennedy Maddox disappeared under the water near Big Island, divers recovered his body Wednesday evening.
Once home to an amusement park and a private veteran’s camp, Big Island now has a public nature park.