It’s New Year’s Eve and you’re out of toilet paper.
Wind chills will be “dangerously cold” through the weekend, plunging from 20 to 30 below zero during the day — the day — and 30 to 40 below overnight, according to the National Weather Service.
The moment has arrived. It’s nearly midnight on New Year’s Eve, and someone has asked you to open the champagne. You look down at the low-grade explosive in your hands and wonder how it came to this.
Part of the growing up process for Chaska Hockey, stepping up in competition this season, was playing three games in three days at the Hockey For Life Classic at Dakotah! Arena in Prior Lake.
The chances of Holy Family Catholic/Waconia extending its win streak to eight seemed pretty large Dec. 29 in the Schwan’s Cup Gold Division semifinals versus No. 1 Blake School.
Crossing the state border for competition, Southwest Christian/Richfield returned home with a 3-0 record, a tournament JV championship title in Barron, Wis.
When a team graduates or loses to Juniors 80 percent of its defense and its 20-plus win goaltender, a unit that held teams to 1.48 goals per game in 2016-17, it’s going to take some time to regroup.
An arctic outbreak hit the Twin Cities metro area last night and is expected to last through the weekend.
A 22-19 halftime advantage, the lead increased to eight at 29-21 early in the second half, Chanhassen was unable to hold off Rochester Lourdes in a 50-45 loss Dec. 29 in the Rochester Rotary Holiday Classic.
Minnetonka’s success in the first half of the 2017-2018 boils down to one thing.
Outside of Cole Nicholson, not much was known about the collection of players Chaska put on the floor for the 2017-18 season.
Take away Blaine Warnert (back injury), third on Chaska with 32 points in 2016-17, and the Hawks still managed to play with soon-to-be No. 1 Minnetonka, trailing 3-2 late in regulation.
10. Emu on the loose
9. A time to celebrate
8. Handcyclist wins Boston Marathon
7. Mental health facility planned
6. City settles lawsuit and faces another
5. Growing Chaska
4. Controversial taxing
3. Parks and Recreation officials resign