Sunday, March 3, 2013
This week's selections include people stripping and dancing, a teen found after two weeks missing, a Byerly's overhaul and a new pizza restaurant.
Editor’s Note: Every week we bring you a sampling of stories from Patch sites in the west metro: Eden Prairie, Edina, Fridley, Golden Valley, Hopkins, Lake Minnetonka, Maple Grove, Minnetonka, Plymouth, Richfield, Shakopee, Southwest Minneapolis, St. Louis Park and St. Michael. Maple Grove Senior High Head Hockey Coach Stefano Won’t Return Next Season The news of coaching change reportedly came on the heels of the final game of the season against Centennial High School Thursday in which Maple Grove lost. Best Buy Cuts 400 Corporate Jobs More cuts are still to come in 2013, according to the Richfield-based company. (VIDEO) Keith Ellison Battles Fox's Sean Hannity over Sequestration Ellison to Hannity: 'I'm laughing at you—and it's not the …
Monday, September 24, 2012
The store carries supplies, products and food for dogs, cats and other pets.
The St. Louis Park Byerly's has opened a new pet store, according to Supermarket News. Bone Marché carries supplies, products and food for dogs, cats and other pets. There is also a "bone bar" for dog owners. It is adjacent to the grocery store and features a separate entrance. Pets on leashes are welcome. It is the first pet store opened by Lund Food Holdings, which operates 11 Lunds and 11 Byerly’s in the Twin Cities area.
Thursday, September 20, 2012
To date, there have been no reported or known illnesses related to the consumption of chicken kabobs, marinated chicken breasts and chicken meal kits.
Lunds and Byerly's on Thursday issued a voluntary recall of several chicken products. The recall involves select varieties of marinated chicken breasts, chicken kabobs and chicken meal kits, the company reports on its website: We have been informed of a possible food safety issue involving Listeria Monocytogenes in a recent supply of chicken we used to make select varieties of marinated chicken breasts, chicken kabobs and chicken meal kits. As a precautionary measure, we have removed these items until we are confident the potential issue is safely resolved. To date, there have been no reported or known illnesses related to the consumption of these products. The Minnesota Department of Agriculture will conduct further follow-up with the …