The votes are in! Here are the top 3 finalists in each category of this year's Best of Lake Minnetonka.
During its 100-year history, the simple yet elegant church at 605 Rice St. has served generations of Wayzata residents and housed three different congregations, making it not only the city’s oldest church but also one of its most beloved landmarks.
Greenwood resident Joan Angelis caught up on the news from home outside the iconic Sydney Opera House.
It was a rainy day at Waconia’s Deardorff Orchards when Deb Zeller captured this photo, Rain-Washed Apples, which took second place in the Wildlife & Nature category of our 2015 Lens on Lake Minnetonka photo contest.
While the jury’s still out on whether they’d approve of putting 125 candles on a cake, local firefighters are celebrating a major anniversary for the Excelsior Fire District this year.
Coco and Miriam Bloom (center) and their family visited Cana Island Lighthouse in Door County, Wis. with their copy of Lake Minnetonka Magazine.
Standing in the Mighty Midway at the Minnesota State Fair, Catherine Hennessey was snapping photos when she looked up and saw a flurry of swirling colors above her head.
Remember this lake dock from our June issue’s Last Glance page? Minnetonka photographer Tracie Bea Daum is at it again, and her fishing family is reeling ’em in.