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Carver Villager Tower #335 – March / April 2018
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MINNEAPOLIS —The public is invited to submit comments about proposed changes for the Southwest Light Rail Transit project.
Outscored 57-26 over the final 18 minutes in a home loss to Robbinsdale Cooper Feb. 5, Chaska has won six of the last seven games ever since, remaining in the hunt for a fourth consecutive Metro West Conference title.
The Chaska Speech Team hosted the Chaska Speech Tournament last Saturday.
The Chaska City Council appointed several new people to the Park Board and the Human Rights Commission in February.
Each week we publish a detail of a local landmark. The next week we identify the landmark. Do you know where the heck this is? Send us your guess.
The difference between the No. 1 seed in Section 2-4A and the No. 7 team is three wins. This thing is even more wide open than 2017 when Minnetonka, coming off a state championship season, advanced to state with a 16-12 record.
Who doesn’t love puppies? Those fun-loving fur balls can melt your heart with just one look. Why wouldn't you wouldn't want to take one home?
More than six seconds off the state cut through the preliminaries in the 400-yard freestyle relay, Chaska needed its best swim and more to advance.
Ice Rink: With the recent warmer temps, staff have evaluated the ice conditions at the Community Park rink. Unfortunately, the ice is deteriorating significantly, and due to the predicted warmer temps and sunny skies, the rink will have limited maintenance pending weather conditions.
Are you interested in reading the public notices published in the February 22, 2018 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 .pdf’s that can be opened with Adobe Acrobat.
Chaska’s Tim Kasprowicz, a retired Eden Prairie High School industrial arts teacher, Vietnam War veteran and former Eden Prairie football coach, was said to have one of the world’s biggest hearts.
The correct answer to last week's quiz was the Chaska Auto Repair sign on Second Street. The shop is just around the corner, at 110 East Second Street, Suite C.
March 1, 1877: The roads are very rough. It is almost impossible to bring a heavy load of wood or grain into town from the country. In consequence trade is light.
Bountiful Basket in Chaska received the Star of the North Award for community service in February.
Grant Sussner won 12 matches last season. Sam Wolff was a JV call-up on occasion for varsity duals.
Catch up on the week's juiciest bits of news with this Monday morning roundup.
Each winter I make a pilgrimage to my favorite winter wonderland, Yellowstone National Park.
MINNEAPOLIS — The old saying about two seasons in Minnesota — summer and road construction —doesn’t seem to apply to Interstate 35.