Hundreds of residents packed Veterans Park to attend the Memorial Day service in downtown Chaska.
Commentary: How to change driveways and thought ways
Section 5AA Baseball: Southwest Christian, Holy Family win post-season openers
Dassel-Cokato, the 14 seed in Section 5AA, showed that in a single-elimination format, anything can happen in the opening round May 29.
Weekend Roundup: Chaska rallies past Chanhassen in baseball finale
Jake Ryan faced just two batters over the minimum, inducing double plays to end the first and second innings. At just 61 pitches, the Chanhassen pitcher got the ball to begin the sixth inning with a 1-0 lead.
Lacrosse: Section 2 brackets released; playoffs begin Tuesday
How good was Chanhassen in the boys lacrosse regular season finale? The Storm outscored Wayzata 14-0 over the last 36 minutes in a 21-3 win.
Growing enthusiasm for new gardens
The new community garden plots in downtown Carver are a big hit in multiple ways for the gardeners who are renting the spaces.
Letter: Time is now to speak up
We the people know that in order for our country to be a strong inclusive nation and beacon of light to the world, it must include everyone.
Public Notices from the May 27, 2021 Chaska Herald
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Letter: Engage and represent constituents
Rep. Greg Boe (R-Chanhassen), how can you claim to represent all the constituents of District 47B when you won’t hold any public forums?
Fairytale ending for Holy Family Performance Center season
On the evening of Friday, May 14, students and families gathered outdoors at Holy Family Catholic High School to watch soon-to-be-graduated high school senior Grace McGlynn take her final bow in a Holy Family Theater Department production.
Letter: Prioritize access to support and resources
My comments come in regard to two recently published articles: “Family of ex-marine acquitted of murder speaks out on mental illness” and “County, state gear up for better suicide prevention crisis line.”
Letter: We should be engaged in conversation
Another round of budget cuts in Eastern Carver County Schools this spring means larger class sizes and fewer course choices for students in 2021-22.
Ancient wood added to Carver County Historical Society collection
Over his 37 years as an excavator for utility service lines, Joel Kassen has come across many unique and “interesting items” buried beneath the surface.
Take 5 for Nature: Who’s who in local owls
As gorgeous creatures and fierce hunters, owls are some of the most awe-inspiring animals in the region.
Letter: Take action against tyranny
Many will tune out of Minnesota politics now that the regular legislative session is over. However, now more than ever is the time to call on our elected leaders to take action against tyranny.
Letter: Ministering angels to those in great need
I want to let the Carver County Sheriff’s Office know how grateful I am to you that one of your deputies was there with my friend immediately after her horrific car accident.
Letter: Lou Gehrig Day highlights ALS
Editor’s note: The author sent this letter to Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred, and asked that it be published in the newspaper.
Track: Holy Family, Southwest Christian complete conference meets
Holy Family Catholic had four Wright County Conference champions in a total of five events, each earning all-conference selections at Delano High School on May 25.
On the road again: Area campsites in high demand summer 2021
As area campgrounds open for the summer season, many are finding they are at full — or nearly full — capacity.
Six tenured teachers placed on unrequested leave
Thirty-five staff members of Eastern Carver County Schools will no longer hold their positions as of June 30, 2021, as the termination and non-renewal of these probationary teaching contracts were eliminated at a May 24 District 112 School Board meeting.