Cubs beat two of Class C bests

Dylan Peterson's solo home run in the seventh inning broke a 1-all tie, leading Chaska to its fifth straight win to begin the season 2-1 at Jordan on Memorial Day.

Pinqueen

Strong finishes when it counted most helped a trio of competitors experience the excitement of taking the lead at the United States Bowling Congress Women's Championships.

Commentary: Follow the path to leadership

The columns I've published over the years that are the most interesting for me to write are those that deal with the importance of good, quality leadership. For me, it’s the critical factor for success.

Starwatch: Comparing two giants

After nightfall this month, we can compare two giants: Saturn and Jupiter. Jupiter comes out as a beacon in the southwest and sets in the west a few hours later. Trailing it is Spica, the brightest star in Virgo. Below…

Starwatch: Comparing two giants

After nightfall this month, we can compare two giants: Saturn and Jupiter. Jupiter comes out as a beacon in the southwest and sets in the west a few hours later. Trailing it is Spica, the brightest star in Virgo. Below…

Pets of the week

Lydia is a quiet, medium-haired Siamese flame point mix born in 2012. She and her affectionate sister Lexy were given up and are looking for a patient, loving home. Lydia likes her very soft fur to be brushed and petted…

Family Fishing Day is June 3

Chaska Area Fishing with Friends and the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) host "Family Fishing Day" on Saturday, June 3 in Firemen's Park in downtown Chaska.

Clean, Drain and Dry Your Watercraft!

This weekend, many people will be celebrating Memorial Day while on lakes and rivers.  When entering and exiting the water, remember to “Clean, Drain, and Dry” your watercraft to prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species.

For more information on preventing the spread of aquatic invasive species, click here.

Deadly road season is dead ahead

Memorial Day through Labor Day are the deadliest days on Minnesota roads, according to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety. The 100-day stretch accounted for 120 fatalities last year, out of 392 for the entire year. That was 31 percent.