Eden Prairie News

The Eden Prairie News was founded by a group of Eden Prairie residents in 1974. They recognized that Eden Prairie would soon be a fast-growing suburb, and felt the community should have its own newspaper. They sold stock to get it off the ground. After operating the paper for a couple of years, they sold it to Southwest Suburban Publishing, the original name for Southwest Newspapers. That grass-roots start set the tone for the Eden Prairie News’ emphasis on all things local, and the newspaper is routinely named in city and school district public-opinion surveys as the No. 1 source of local news and information. A suburb of approximately 65,000 people with high levels of affluence and education, Eden Prairie has received accolades from Money magazine for being one of the country’s best cities in which to live. Source

Outlet Details

Scope Local
Language English
Country United States of America
Media Market Minneapolis-St. Paul
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Frequency Weekly
Days Published Thu