Which one is unlike the other ones?
Local schools compete in Big Bang
Clara Wilson from St. John the Baptist Catholic School in Vermillion and Nicholas Merriman from Ave Maria Academy in Maple Grove won the first Big Bang Catholic STEM Fair.
Minnesota Valley Community Band holds free spring concert
The Minnesota Valley Community Band presents its first concert of the year at 7 p.m. Sunday, May 6 in the Chanhassen High School theater, 2200 Lyman Boulevard, Chanhassen.
First day on the job for Frank Ragnow
One moment Frank Ragnow was sitting on his family couch at home in Victoria taking a phone call before being drafted No. 20 by the Detroit Lions. The next day he was in his new home, meeting team personnel and the Lions’ coaching staff.
Villager Tower for May / June 2018
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Carver Villager Tower #337 – May / June 2018
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The Spoonful: show spotlights local cold case, hiring struggles, Detroit Lions pick Ragnow
The Spoonful is a weekly roundup of big stories in the southwest metro. There is no video this week, but catch up quickly and find your new favorite story below:
Redemption on the Hamline track
John Starkey rounded the third corner of the Hamline University track, 200 meters to go, ready for whatever challenge a competitor behind him in the pack would put forth.
Your weekly road construction update
Highway 169 update:
Voluntary nitrate testing for San Francisco Township
The Minnesota Department of Agriculture has conducted nitrate-nitrogen testing of private wells in townships across the state since 2013.
Starwatch: Up close and personal with Jupiter
All during May, Venus and Jupiter dominate the early evening from opposite sides of the sky.
Public notices from the April 26, 2018 Chaska Herald
Are you interested in reading the public notices published in the April 26, 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.
Commentary: Memories of the mayors club
The Chaska City Council recently hosted the six mayors who have served the city of Chaska over the last 50 years.
Pump it up Hawks
Some of the faces and names remain. Hannah Selken is back in goal. Captains Siri Olson and Emma Simpson attack upfront. Anna Steffensen and captain Natalie Rydeen defend.
Winning a growing trend for Minnetonka
Eight straight home contests, seven wins. Talk about home-field advantage.
Viral video of the day: Saganaki festivities backfire
Baltimore’s Cava Mezze restaurant is known for serving up modern takes on traditional Greek dishes. When a large group of international colleagues from Oath, a subsidiary of Verizon, dined there last Tuesday night, they certainly experienced a twist on classic Greek dining.
Tri-State Invitational champions
Three strokes off the lead through 18 holes, Chaska boys golf roared back, claiming the Tri-State Invitational title at Edinburgh USA in Brooklyn Park April 27-28.
Rylee Collins completes shutout bid over Minnetonka
Rylee Collins surrendered just four base runners, finishing with a season-high 10 strikeouts in a 2-0 Chaska softball shutout at Minnetonka April 28.
Two games, two wins for Southwest Christian baseball
Down to the final out in the season opener, Southwest Christian, trailing 4-3 versus Mayer Lutheran, pieced together a walk and a pair hits, winning 5-4 at Fritz Field in Cologne April 27.
On this day in history: A famous sheep was finally sheared
A stubborn New Zealand sheep named Shrek became an international sensation after remaining at-large for nearly seven years.
Shell likes petting and has a loud purr