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This year, Amy’s Blend is back at all Plymouth Caribou Coffee locations September 28 through October 31. The specialty coffee was first created 18 years ago and named for a Caribou employee who was struggling with cancer.
Growing up in a small town can pose many challenges, but for Jason Link, life in Milan, Minn. showed him what a model community should look like.“I learned that the residents of the town make the town,” Link says.
After having a child and exploring daycare options, Plymouth resident Alise McGregor saw the need for a more challenging, holistic childcare center and took matters into her own hands by creating Lil Newton’s Nest (LNN) in 2009.With an emphasis on a global curriculum (children are exposed to and
For 22 years, Wayzata High School students have been giving back to the community through the Club Y.E.S. program.
With clients like Kraft, Campbell’s, Jerry’s Food and Kemps, Plymouth-based Nutrition & Food Associates Inc.
A little more than a year ago, Steve Bunnell was at a crossroads. Having worked as an advertiser for corporate giant Illinois Tool Works Inc.
The two to three-year process of accreditation by the American Association of Christian Schools (AACS) is no trivial decision, but it’s a challenge that Plymouth’s own Fourth Baptist Christian School undertook last year.
Ask her how things in the college sweater business are going, and Kristin Williams will tell you that things are crazy. This is not a bad thing for the owner of Varsity Sports Apparel Inc. (VSA).
Good deeds don’t have to peak at holding the door or offering lunch to a friend. You can learn how to save a life and it’s easier than you might think. The Rotary Club of Plymouth is partnering with Allina Hospitals and Clinics to start a new project entitled Heart Safe Plymouth.
About eight years ago, during the heart of the housing boom, remodeling wasn’t as common as new construction—with the exception of elaborate, sometimes cavernous wine caves. Then the economy sunk, and reconstruction became fashionable.