Three matches postponed due to April showers, only two matches played, sunshine and 60s brought out great competition between Chanhassen and Bloomington Jefferson on April 29 at Pioneer Ridge Middle School.
Thursday Roundup: Chaska girls lacrosse finds the net 20 times
Senior Izzy Hohbein was one of 10 Chaska scorers in a 20-0 home win over Robbinsdale Cooper in girls lacrosse April 19.
Commentary: Bringing it all together
My name is Martha Brannon, founder and executive director of His House Foundation (HHF) and Abundance Food Share, a 501(c)(3) organization.
Commentary: The first 100 days of new Carver County commissioners
We (John and Matt) agree the people make Carver County the best place to live, work and play.
Letter: Voting is a fundamental right
In a recent letter to the editor (“We need good voting laws,” April 22), the writer shared their experience with voting in the 2020 election.
Commentary: 12 years of supporting local art scene
Art is the outward act of self-expression. Whether art is visual, musical, literary or performing, art is individual in creation and interpretation.
Letter: We all need to be objective
In your April 15 edition, a letter entitled “Democracy requires citizen participation” addressed the new Georgia voting law.
Spring cleaning? Here’s how to rid yourself of stuff — safely
Whether residents are rotating out seasonal items or purging a basement, an annual spring cleaning is a good time to reevaluate what’s taking up extra space in a home.
300 career wins for Shakopee baseball coach Tom Schleper
Tom Schleper rose from the bucket as soon as the ball dropped in right-center field. He cheered, and then he pulled out his phone to record a few seconds of celebration among Shakopee baseball players.
Public Notices from April 29, 2021 Chaska Herald
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Softball: Chanhassen improves to 6-1 with doubleheader sweep
Twelve innings pitched, 190 pitches thrown, 23 strikeouts record, Sydney Schwartz and Chanhassen earned a doubleheader sweep April 28 in wins over Bloomington Kennedy 10-0 and Edina 6-2.
Baseball: No-hitter for Chaska’s Nolan Kemp
Nolan Kemp struck out five of the first six Edina batters, but for as strong as the Chaska pitcher started Wednesday, it was how he finished off a 4-1 victory that was most impressive.
Commentary: To enjoy life even more, we hope you dance!
Starwatch: Mars makes its inevitable exit
As the winter constellations head into the sunset, Mars struggles to avoid the same fate.
County develops study to crack down on invasive goldfish
Tuesday Roundup: Minnetonka beats Eden Prairie for first time in program history
Minnetonka and Eden Prairie played in every Section 2 girls lacrosse final from 2007 to 2018. The two programs meet twice a year in the Lake Conference.
The elusive (and delicious) morel: How to hunt for the Minnesota state mushroom
Yes, Minnesota has an official state mushroom: and it’s a rare delicacy that has sparked a nationwide hobby for dedicated foragers.
Library: Elementary STEM kits are available at the library
Carver County Library received a grant to purchase Elementary STEM kits that are available for checkout by patrons for use across the County.
Library: Calling all aspiring Minnesota writers
Calling all aspiring Minnesota writers! The Minnesota Author Project statewide contest is underway and will continue to accept submissions through May 31. The Metropolitan Library Service Agency (MELSA) joins libraries throughout the state in announcing the call for entries.
Carver County Sheriff’s Office report
Carver County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to the following calls. This is not a complete list of incidents.