Hopkins, Minnesota

What is Hopkins, Minnesota known for?


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with activities including music, sporting events, royalty coronations, craft fair, and parade. Education Public schools The Hopkins School District serves all or parts of seven Minneapolis west suburban communities: Hopkins, Minnetonka (Minnetonka, Minnesota), Golden Valley (Golden Valley, Minnesota), Plymouth (Plymouth, Minnesota), Edina (Edina, Minnesota), Eden Prairie (Eden Prairie, Minnesota), and Saint Louis Park (St. Louis Park, Minnesota). Approximately 8,100


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of the Mississippi River. The grandfather, J. P. Miller, then homesteaded in Hopkins in 1852. It was, yes, a log cabin where Archie's father, Frank, was born. Archie started his community life in Hopkins and was elected to 4 terms as City Clerk, Hopkins School Board, and Minnesota State Senate in 1930 where he served as majority leader until his death in 1958. Archie served as Lieutenant Governor from May 1943 to January,1945 during WWII. His legislative commitment involved transportation; expansion

. * Dale R. Olseth – President and CEO of Tonka Corporation, Medtronic Inc and SurModics. "He demonstrated an extraordinary commitment


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, Senate, Hennepin County Board Commissioner and a Municipal Court Judge. * Greta Kessenich – A scholar of peonies authoring several books on the subject. Secretary-Treasurer of the American Peony Society and editor of the quarterly "Peony Bulletin'. * Arthur Kleiner – Musical Director for the Museum of Modern Art Film Department


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. The city’s 39 percent homeownership rate is 22 percentage points less than the 61 percent of St. Louis Park, which has the next lowest rate among Hopkins’ neighbors. Other west metro communities fall in the mid-70 percent range. Housing also tends to be cheaper than most west metro communities. Hopkins

’ $225,200 median value is the lowest among its neighbors. The median housing value for St. Louis Park, which is next lowest, is 6.75 percent higher at $240,400. Government City charter Hopkins’ government structure is set by its city charter. Hennepin County district court judges appointed the first Hopkins Charter Commission on February 8, 1946, in order to create a proposed charter that would be voted on.


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) is an American (United States) mixed media artist. He was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota and grew up mainly in the southwest suburb of Hopkins (Hopkins, Minnesota), where he graduated from Hopkins High School (Hopkins Senior High School) in 1997. He attended the University of Minnesota from 1997-1999, and later enrolled and attended the College of Visual Arts in St. Paul, Minnesota (Saint Paul, Minnesota). His work is currently a part of public and private galleries in more than 12 countries. View Art Porfolio Source Portion Low_resolution


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to community and ethical leadership" as recognized by the University of Minnesota Board of Regents in 2004. * Vance K. Opperman – Chairman of the Board and CEO of Key Investment, Inc. He has served as President and CEO of West Publishing


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and child development center * St. John's Catholic School Charter schools * Mainstreet School of Performing Arts (MSSPA): A performing arts school that focuses on the three major performing arts areas; music, dance and theater. The school opened in 2004. Grades 9–12. * Ubah Medical Academy is a charter high school currently leasing space in the Katherine Curren Elementary building. The school was chartered


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developing community required professional management and larger representation. In 1969 a city charter was approved to serve the 35,000 residents. Ridgedale Center is located in Minnetonka. Youth music venues, many of which operate as youth centers by day, include THE GARAGE in Burnsville (Burnsville, Minnesota), Depot Coffee House


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-director-world-war-ii date 9 May 2013 accessdate 25 November 2013 work The Washington Post * Catherine (MacDonald) Blake – President of National Auxiliary American Medical Association. She became a powerful force in public health and nursing movements and was very active in the Red Cross. * Dr. James Blake, Sr. – Prominent Hopkins pioneer and physician. Established early "clinic" approach to his practice. Three of his sons became doctors and his two daughters


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-director-world-war-ii date 9 May 2013 accessdate 25 November 2013 work The Washington Post * Catherine (MacDonald) Blake – President of National Auxiliary American Medical Association. She became a powerful force in public health and nursing movements and was very active in the Red Cross. * Dr. James Blake, Sr. – Prominent Hopkins pioneer and physician. Established early "clinic" approach to his practice. Three of his sons became doctors and his two daughters

Hopkins, Minnesota

'''Hopkins''' is a suburban city in Hennepin County (Hennepin County, Minnesota), Minnesota, United States, located west of Minneapolis (Minneapolis, Minnesota). The city is four square miles in size and is surrounded by the larger, west suburban communities of Minnetonka (Minnetonka, Minnesota), Saint Louis Park (St. Louis Park, Minnesota), and Edina (Edina, Minnesota). Hopkins is about 98% developed (Subdivision (land)) with little remaining vacant land. The population was 17,591 at the 2010 census (2010 United States Census).

U.S. Highway 169 and Minnesota State Highway 7 are two of the main routes in the area.

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