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Carver Villager Tower #367 November / December
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I was disappointed in the front page of the Jan. 14 paper. As I was reading this, I was watching Mike Lindell walking around the White House.
Elections as of right now are done. I have no idea why political views are such a way of thought, but it would be nice if we can put all of that to the side for now.
Let’s demand of our government representatives that they accurately quote the words of people when speaking on the floor of the Congress.
The ice rink at Community Park is open and ready for skaters!
New this year, the City has also set up an additional leisure rink (no hockey) in the parking lot at Community Park, which is also open and ready for skaters!
Consistent with other Covid-19 precautions in the City, the warming house will not be available for use at this time.
I love to read books. It is always enjoyable for us to read a novel we just can’t put down. We look forward to each new chapter of the book.
It’s only 3 p.m., but Canterbury Park’s Card Casino is already packed.
From 1969 to 1972, Jerry McDonald was on a Navy submarine somewhere in the North Atlantic.
Two more Carver County deaths due to COVID-19 were reported Thursday, Jan. 21, according to the Minnesota Department of Health.
Waconia-based Melchert Hubert Sjodin law firm, or MHS, is welcoming a new partner with lawyer and litigator Travis J. Adams, Esq.
Major changes to the Highway 13 corridor in Savage are set to begin next year, but it’s still unclear exactly how the dominos will fall on local streets.
The ice rink layers are forming and freezing! Our staff has been flooding the ice rink late at night and early in the mornings in an effort to make the ice thicker. The warmer temperatures during the day cause delays, but progress has been made.
Although it is not ready yet, we will continue to apply the layers and hope they freeze throughout the entire surface so that it can be opened. Stay tuned…we will update you as soon as it opens. Thank you for your patience as we navigate the warm weather.
Southern Valley Alliance (SVA) is the recipient of a Minnesota COVID Food Fund Grant from Hunger Solutions Minnesota. With the grant, SVA was able to purchase hygiene supplies and diapers to distribute to victims of domestic violence in Scott and…
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A reminder that the Chaska Library has new expanded hours for the curbside service and is operating out of the new library entrance: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Wednesday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. and Friday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
The Chaska Fire Department Relief Association’s 64th annual ice fishing contest, typically held at Firemen’s Park in February, is canceled this year, according to Chaska Fire Department Chief Tim Wiebe.
Are you interested in reading the public notices published in the January 14, 2021 print edition of the Chaska Herald newspaper? The page or pages on which those notices were printed are attached to this item, in the form of…
Carver County COVID-19 statistics, provided by Eric Sieger, county communications manager on Jan. 19:
I was found as a pregnant stray. I (Amaryllis) am a lovely, medium haired calico cat. The vet thinks I was born in June 2019. I play with cat toys when there is no competition. I will meet you at…
Previously called Ridgeview Medical Center, the Waconia-based healthcare network now goes by a simpler name: Ridgeview.
Community vaccination clinics will begin administering the coronavirus vaccine to a broader group of Minnesotans this week under a pilot program announced by state officials on Monday.