Book Signing: A Lifetime of Luck and Pluck By Bette Hammel

Wednesday, December 5 at 7:00 p.m.At Wayzata Community Room Information Submitted by the Wayzata Historical Society The Wayzata Historical Society invites you to hear from journalist, author, and longtime Wayzata resident Bette Hammel as we support her latest book signing on December 5th. In a reading from her new memoir,ย A Lifetime of Luck and Pluck, Hammel […]

Girls basketball team opens with 88-61 win over Prior Lake

Jenna Johnson scores 22 points to lead Trojans Your Wayzata Girls Basketball team opened with a solid win over Prior Lake last night. Sophomore guard Jenna Johnson led the Trojans with 22 points, followed by Junior forward Annika Stewart with 16 points. View the photo gallery at Wayzata Photography. Other notable performances included Kallie Theisen […]

5 Ways to Help a Neighbor this Season through Interfaith Outreach

Some of you have heard of the Sleep Out movement, a 23-year tradition where families, businesses, faith communities, schools and scout troops sleep out or sleep in to raise awareness and funds to prevent homelessness. Last year, one in five of the families Interfaith worked with experienced homelessness. Here are five ways you can help! […]

Sights and sounds of Light up the Lake 2018

View the sights and sounds of the 2018 Wayzata Light up the Lake event held on November 23, 2018 in downtown Wayzata, MN. Presented by the City of Wayzata, The Wayzata Historical Society, and the Wayzata Chamber of Commerce. Sponsor: Lake Minnetonka Real Estate .com

Sample ballot for Wayzata residents 2018

Today is the day to vote, and here is your sample ballot for Wayzata, Minnesota.  Wayzata City Council race While you are probably aware of the races for Governor and U.S. Representative, the local Wayzata City Council race is in full effect today as well.  You can watch video interviews of each candidate here: Barry […]

Wayzata Police Activity Report (October 20, 2018 – November 2, 2018)

The Wayzata Police Department had 11 calls for public assistance during the period of Oct. 20 – Nov. 2. The department responded to six business alarms and four home alarms. On Oct. 23 at 1:40 p.m., a report of identity theft was investigated by officers on the 400 block of Highcroft Road in Wayzata. No […]

WAYZATA FOOTBALL 2018: Trojans come up short in Section Finals

The Trojans took on the #1 seed, Woodbury Royals, in the second round of the section playoffs on Friday evening. The first offensive drive for the Trojans was lackluster. A few misreads and sloppy execution ultimately led to a Wayzata fumble, recovered by Woodbury. Taking over at midfield, the Woodbury offense marched into the redzone. […]

Girls soccer advances to state title game on shoot out victory over Stillwater

The Wayzata Girls soccer team played Stillwater to a 1-1 stalemate through 2 halfs and an additional 20 minutes of overtime play. That’s when the drama really started as the Ponies and the Trojans were involved in a penalty kick shoot-out. Who kicks the penalty shots for the Trojans is part of a season long […]

WAYZATA FOOTBALL 2018: Trojans dominate Centennial in postseason opener

The Wayzata Trojans battled the Centennial Cougars at home for their first postseason game and were dominant in all facets of the game. To open the first quarter, the Wayzata defense forced a quick 3 and out, and set up the Trojan attack with excellent field position. From there, they drove the ball 44 yards […]

One-on-one interview with Barry Petit

The Wayzata City Council race is in full force with four candidates running for two open seats. Former Mayor Barry Petit sits down with Dan Gustafson of Wayzata.com to discuss his campaign and policies. All candidates have been invited to discuss their campaigns in the same manner. Stay tuned to Wayzata.com for more info.