April opens with Mars and Saturn paired in the predawn sky.
Are you interested in reading the public notices published in the March 29, 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.
Police are searching for a teen who allegedly shot and killed Alexander Lagarde at the Little Earth community in Minneapolis.
The new home for the Arts Consortium of Carver County (ACCC) is under construction in the lower level of the Notermann Building in Victoria.
As usual, Twitter continues to deliver little nuggets of hilarity, so here are seven tweets of the week — one for every day so you can save them for yourself as a little treat if you’d like.
Two Chaska city councilors have moved and one plans to resign.
The Carver City Council is trying to attract more people downtown.
Chaska Police Chief Scott Knight went into law enforcement because of a horse named Gus.
The plan for financing most costs of a new Carver City Hall cleared a hurdle last week to keep the project on schedule.
Photographer and author Jon Solinger is the featured artist of the month for April at Chanhassen Library. At 2 p.m., Saturday, March 31, Solinger will talk about his work and book “Working Land.”
Memory loss is a fast-growing community issue. The numbers are growing significantly and affecting more and more families.
Editor’s note: In celebration of Women’s History Month, our March issues will feature profiles on local women who are making a difference in our communities. Do you know an amazing woman in our coverage area who deserves some recognition? Contact Meghan Davy Sandvold at email@example.com.
Authorities have charged a man with third degree murder in connection to the death of a 19-year-old woman in Watertown.
Carver Lions Annual Easter Egg Hunt
Saturday, March 31, 2018, 10:00 a.m.
Community Park (6th Street and County Road 11)
Ages 1-10. Bring a basket or bag for your Easter eggs!
The Carver County Sheriff’s Office agreed to give confidential investigative data to attorneys representing Prince’s family, but court orders will prohibit them from sharing any information with his next of kin or the media.
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.