Chaska tennis went 2-0 in the Mankato East Invitational on Saturday, defeating the host Cougars and Simley by 6-1 scores to improve to 5-1 overall on the season.
Exceptional, personalized learning remains a focus and commitment of Eastern Carver County Schools.
Pets of the Week
Spencer Stewart-Hester’s two-out single in the top of the sixth inning lifted Holy Family Catholic to a 4-2 road win at Jordan on April 29.
Prince fans are now expressing tributes to the music icon with graffiti messages in the underpass between Lake Ann Park and Paisley Park.
The future of Carver Village Hall remains uncertain, but the City Council continues making progress finding other places for public activities.
We completely agree with Bob Roepke’s commentary in the April 21 Herald regarding the school boundary proposal ("Proposal saps diversity).
A big thanks to the Boy Scouts of Troop 174.
On April 13, Jim Nash, the elected representative for Minnesota House District 47A, was one of 35 Republican state legislators from Minnesota to sign a letter praising North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory
After a year of reading the letters of naysayers regarding the new Chaska Curling Center, I feel compelled to share my perspective.
Dear Chaska City Council, staff and city residents: Demand a thorough traffic study for the "Lake Jonathan Flats" proposal. ("Chaska on the grow," April 21.)
Twelve different Chaska players found the net, leading the Hawks boys lacrosse team to an 18-0 win over Robbinsdale Cooper on April 28.
The City Council’s next discussion on Village Hall will be at the Monday, May 16th meeting. We continue to invite residents to review information via the Village Hall Resident Guide and encourage everyone to submit comments through the Resident Feedback Form on the page. All submitted comments will be included in the next City Council packet. (Read more…)
The city of Carver annual spring clean-up program is this weekend.
The Carver County Attorney’s Office has requested that the search warrant for Prince’s death investigation be kept closed until the commencement of criminal proceedings or 180 days from now, according
Chaska’s Spring Clean-Up Day is scheduled for Saturday, May 7. From 8 a.m. (Read more…) – 2 p.m., residents can dispose of yard waste free of charge at Athletic Park in downtown Chaska. Approved yard waste include
Imagining bright futures and making lasting memories came to an unexpected end for the family and friends of 100 people since Jan. 1 in Minnesota, according to preliminary information from the Minneso