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About: edina, minnesota

A suburb located southwest of Minneapolis Edina began as a settlement of Irish immigrant families fleeing the potato famine in the 1850's. Today many streets in the city are named after families who once resided in Edina. The headquarters of Regis Salons and Dairy Queen are both located in the area. Edina has been home to such prominent figures as NBC reporter David Bloom, MLB first baseman Ike Davis, NFL Quarterback Brett Favre, and Richard M. Shulze founder and CEO of Best Buy.

Population: 47425
Local Newspapers: The Edina Sun Current
Local Sports Teams: Minnesota Vikings (NFL) Minnesota Timberwolves (NBA) Minnesota Twins (MLB)
Local Colleges: Minnesota State University

Zip Codes associated with edina, minnesota: 55410 55416 55423 55424 55435 55436 55439
Towns/Cities near edina, minnesota : Hopkins Richfield Bloomington Eden Prarie

Edina News
As Rep. Erik Paulsen votes for tax bill, his staffer stonewalls concerned seniors

The U.S. House passed the Republican tax bill Thursday afternoon along party lines, though 13 Republicans broke ranks to vote against the proposal. The bill contains big tax cuts for corporations and millionaires, which it pays for by eliminating deductions for student loans, medical expenses, and on state and local sales and income taxes.

Media Alert

I will guest host Laura Ingraham's radio show tomorrow. The show runs live from 9:00 a.m. to 12 p.m. Eastern, and is heard at other times in some geographies.

The Shame of America's Public High Schools

I wrote here , here , here , here and here about the sad decline of the Edina, Minnesota public schools into hard-core leftism. Edina's school district was once among the nation's most respected, but its administrators have been content to see the district slide down to second or third tier status, because their sole priority is "racial equity," which is code for a long list of left-wing hobby horses.

Edina studies new sites for aging art center

After several years of discussion, the city of Edina has yet to reach a decision about where to build a new art center. The existing Edina Art Center, at 4701 W. 64th St., is popular, but it opened in 1976 and now the building is aging and impractical to expand.

Council votes to raise tobacco age, but mayor won't sign

A group of local health professionals hope to spark conversations and convince local governments to raise tobacco-buying age in the six metro cities. People in support of a proposed tobacco ordinance wear matching T-shirts Monday, Nov. 6, during the St. Cloud City Council meeting at City Hall.

Susan Linnee, ex-AP bureau chief in Madrid and Nairobi, dies

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott is suggesting there may have been a connection between the gunman who shot and killed 26 people in a South Texas community and the Baptist church where the slayings happened. Among the 26 people killed in an attack at a small South Texas church were tight-knit neighbors and family members, ranging in age from 5 to 72 years old.

What's Doing for Nov. 5

The public is invited to attend the community breakfast from 8 a.m. to noon Sunday, Nov. 5 at the Brainerd Elks Lodge, 215 S. Ninth St., Brainerd. Public is invited to an all-you-can eat Polish sausage, sauerkraut, beans and bread feed from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Brainerd Elks Lodge, 215 S. Ninth St., Brainerd.

West metro police blotter, Nov. 5

Theft. Officers responded to a report of a theft at a home in the 7800 block of Maple Hill Road.

Public school in Minnesota requires English course aimed at eradicating white privilege

Edina High School in Minnesota, where the ideology of English classes is being questioned by the Center of the American Experiment. A public high school in Minnesota implemented a required, race-based English course aimed at eradicating "white privilege," but it wasn't billed that way to students or parents, according to a public policy organization.

New hoteliers take over downtown Minneapolis project

A downtown Minneapolis office building will be converted into hotel rooms at last, but not by TPI Hospitality, which had planned to turn it into a Holiday Inn Express. Willmar-based TPI is selling the 117-year-old, 76,000-square-foot building at 317 Second Ave. S. to JR Hospitality of Eagan and its partner, Iowa-based Hawkeye Hotels.

West metro police blotter, Oct. 29

Disorderly conduct. Officers responded to a report of a disturbance in the 300 block of 6th Street E. Two girls, ages 16 and 17, were cited for disorderly conduct.

Electric Fetus sale, life-size Candyland: This week on the fashion scene

Lots of Twin Cities retailers are getting in on the Halloween fun with festive events. However, if dressing up as a skeleton or an American Horror Story cast member isn't really your thing, don't fret; there are plenty of events you can attend over the next week that don't have anything to do with the holiday.

Former Mrs. America sentenced for Macya s price tag switching scheme

A former Mrs. America from Minnesota convicted of switching price tags on expensive clothes has been sentenced to two years of probation and 10 days of community service. A Hennepin County District Court jury in August convicted 51-year-old Jennifer Kline, of Wayzata, on one felony count of theft by swindle in the November 2015 case.

Burger Friday heads to an Edina supermarket, raves ensue

The burger: My sincere thanks to Burger Friday reader Chris Torgerson of Plymouth, who tipped me off to a memorable cheeseburger, one that's served at an unlikely location. "We definitely have our favorites around the city, but one that is right up there at the top is - you won't believe this - Jerry's Foods on Vernon Avenue in Edina," she wrote.

How to Beat the Left

As regular readers know, my day job is now running Center of the American Experiment , Minnesota's conservative think and action tank. These days, we are fighting the far-left public school establishment, particularly in Edina, Minnesota.

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