For most Edina children, the school year begins with a bus ride. Navigating the big stairs, figuring out where to sit—window or aisle seat, up by the bus driver or back with the big kids—is an old rite of passage.
Most married couples will, without pause, tell you that their wedding day was one of the best days of their lives. Sure, they committed their undying love to one another. But they also threw one of the biggest parties of their lives.
Christine Clifford likes to quip that not only is she one of those people who can take life’s lemons and make the proverbial lemonade—she’s also the kind of gal who can build, piece-by-lemon-stained-piece, the lemonade stand in which it is sold.
Being blessed with the sense of smell is a wonderful gift. Catching a whiff of a familiar scent is sure to conjure a fond memory or two, whether it’s the Chanel No. 5 your grandmother always wore or the first bottle you purchased with your own money.
What year did Edina officially become a city? How much did the first home in the Country Club District sell for? The recently released set of Edina playing cards will answer these questions, along with 50 others.
The Edina Fire Department’s Emergency Medical Services was ranked No.1 in the nation in sudden cardiac arrest survival, according to a recent study by the national Cardiac Arrest Registry to Enhance Survival (CARES) program.