The estate of Irwin Jacobs wants to build six new homes on the late businessman's property.
Since a positive COVID-19 case was reported last week, four more people have tested positive, a letter to families says.
No other students or staff have reported COVID-19 symptoms.
It was "calmer" on the lake this year, but the number of BUIs were up compared to 2019.
Leuer teamed up with Crisp & Green and Meals on Wheels to help those impacted by COVID-19.
Unforeseen family circumstances was given as the reason.
Irwin Jacobs took his own life after killing his wife Alexandra in April.
The 75-year-old had been renting out the dock to help pay property taxes.
The sprawling estate is the former home of Twin Cities businessman Irwin Jacobs.
That's going beyond the call of duty!
This time it's in the west metro cities of Independence, Loretto and Orono.
Minnetonka police were assisting Orono cops in pursuit of a suspect.
The pair had been married for 57 years and were 'devoted' to each other, an obituary says.
Irwin and Alexandra Jacobs, well-known in the business world, were found dead in their Orono home.
Police say there is no threat to the public.
The list is based on average household income.
The Orono mansion is one for the mega-rich.
You'll have your chance to bid this weekend.
The building had stood since 1919.
But he might be too late.
The sprawling estate was once Minnesota's most expensive home.
The lodge on the shores of Lake Minnetonka says it's helping police.
He was managing partner at a real estate firm and a part-time dentist.