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.
- 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.
- The Wayzata Football Trojans beat the Cooper Hawks 42-7 to advance in the Section 5AAAAA playoffs. Read the writeup, view the media report.
- 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.
- The Wayzata Girls Soccer team advanced to State by beating Armstrong and will play on Tuesday.
- 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.