Wayzata, Minnesota

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Wayzata is a city in Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States.wikipedia
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Lake Minnetonka

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Located on the shores of Lake Minnetonka, the city is a popular tourist destination. The Mdewakanton Dakota, a sub-tribe of the Dakota nation, inhabited the area around Lake Minnetonka beginning around 1700 CE.
Spirit Knob, a peninsula near present-day Wayzata, held spiritual significance for the Mdewakanton.

Minneapolis–Saint Paul

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It is in the western part of the Minneapolis–Saint Paul metro area.

Wayzata station

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In 1905, the village council voted for a reconciliation ordinance, and Hill responded with the construction of a new depot near the business district.
Wayzata station (officially recognized as the Great Northern Railway Depot but commonly referred to as the Wayzata Depot) is a train depot in Wayzata, Minnesota, which was built by the Great Northern Railway in 1906.

Minnetonka, Minnesota

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In 1881 Wayzata broke away from the Minnetonka Township and became a separate governmental entity, mainly as a reaction to the roaring tourist-vacationer lifestyle.
The headquarters of Cargill are located in Minnetonka and are in the Wayzata Post Office area.

Plymouth, Minnesota

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Wayzata High School, located to the north in Plymouth, was ranked by Newsweek on its list of the 1000 top public high schools in America in 2012.
Freeport is now named Wayzata.

Wayzata Bay Center

Shopping centers, such as the Wayzata Bay Center, were built to meet the daily needs of the residents, while the downtown shops focused on fashion and service businesses.
Wayzata Bay Center was an enclosed shopping mall in Wayzata, Minnesota, a suburb of the Twin Cities.

U.S. Route 12

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In the 1930s, today's U.S. Route 12 reached Wayzata as a hard-surface road.
From the South Dakota/Minnesota state line at Ortonville, to Wayzata, US 12 is mostly a rural two-lane highway with a 55 mph speed limit, with slower speed limits through towns and a four-lane surface arterial segment through the city of Willmar.

Hennepin County, Minnesota

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Wayzata is a city in Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States.

TCF Financial Corporation

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The regional bank TCF is based in Wayzata.
The current incarnation of the company was formed by a 2019 merger between the former TCF, which was established in 1923 in Wayzata, Minnesota, and the Michigan-based Chemical Financial Corporation.

Dakota Rail Regional Trail

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The Dakota Rail Trail is a 13.5-mile-long paved regional trail.
The Dakota Rail Trail runs 26.5 miles (42.6 km) from Wayzata to Mayer, Minnesota.

The Blake School (Minneapolis)

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Wayzata is also home to the Highcroft campus of The Blake School (K–5).
Blake is located on three campuses around the Twin Cities area of Minnesota: the upper school (9–12) is in Minneapolis; administration offices, middle school (6–8), and half of the lower school are in Hopkins, Minnesota; and the other half of the lower school is in Wayzata, Minnesota.

Kent DuChaine

At 13 years old, he got his first electric guitar and formed a band with his friends in his hometown of Wayzata, Minnesota, playing mainly popular music at private parties and school functions.

Marchette Chute

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Marchette Chute was born in Wayzata, Minnesota to an upper-middle-class family.

John Sharpless

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He currently resides in Wayzata, Minnesota, with his three children Carson, Mick, and Patrick.

Lakota language

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The name Wayzata is derived from a Lakota Sioux phrase meaning "North Shore".

Sioux

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The name Wayzata is derived from a Lakota Sioux phrase meaning "North Shore".

Wayzata High School

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Wayzata High School, located to the north in Plymouth, was ranked by Newsweek on its list of the 1000 top public high schools in America in 2012.

Newsweek

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Wayzata High School, located to the north in Plymouth, was ranked by Newsweek on its list of the 1000 top public high schools in America in 2012.

Mdewakanton

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The Mdewakanton Dakota, a sub-tribe of the Dakota nation, inhabited the area around Lake Minnetonka beginning around 1700 CE.

Dakota people

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The Mdewakanton Dakota, a sub-tribe of the Dakota nation, inhabited the area around Lake Minnetonka beginning around 1700 CE.

Common Era

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The Mdewakanton Dakota, a sub-tribe of the Dakota nation, inhabited the area around Lake Minnetonka beginning around 1700 CE.

Ojibwe

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They treasured the "Big Water" as an endowed hunting and fishing ground and protected the land from the rival Chippewa tribe (also referred to as the Ojibwe).