Weekly Roundup: Wayzata.com’s top stories of the week, Oct. 20-26

It was another busy week for the Wayzata Community. Local politicians had their garages tagged with spray paint. A couple of Wayzata High School athletic teams continued their march towards the playoffs, and that same disgraced businessman continues to generate headlines. Here again are the Top 5 Stories of the Week for October 20-26th, 2008.

  1. Congressman Jim Ramstad’s garage was tagged with spray paint, he responded by having it repainted the same day and by offering a $1,000 reward for the arrest of the perpetrators.
  2. The Wayzata Football Trojans beat the Cooper Hawks 42-7 to advance in the Section 5AAAAA playoffs. Read the writeup, view the media report.
  3. Wayzata Investment Partners and United Steelworkers come to terms after a long dispute over wages and insurance at a paper mill in the state of Oregon.
  4. The Wayzata Girls Soccer team advanced to State by beating Armstrong and will play on Tuesday.
  5. Tom Petters made the news yet again as some of his warehouse businesses closed, and the Star Tribune published a special report on the whole Petters fraud case from the start of the FBI raid on his headquarters until now.

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