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Carver Villager Tower #374 July / August
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As co-presidents of Friends of the Chaska Library, we are writing this letter to thank the community for attending our summer book sale.
A Chaska crash involving a semi truck and a sedan caused minor injuries Friday morning on eastbound Highway 212, according to Julie Janke with the Chaska Police Department.
A criminal complaint filed Friday details the circumstances surrounding the alleged gruesome murder of a Shakopee woman at a busy residential intersection this week.
A number of Victoria residents want to update an ordinance on residency restrictions. It involves predatory offenders in the city, particularly the highest — level 3.
On July 15, the Waconia Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting at the Carver County Historical Society for the unveiling of “Break’s Over,” a sculpture recently donated by Dan Klein and Old National Bank.
Taylor Koenen still gets the feels when entering the gymnasium at Shakopee High School. A place where many of her more than 2,000 career points were scored on the basketball court over five varsity seasons.
If you have a Minnesota driver’s license, here is a heads up for a new requirement. The name on your license must be identical to the name on your Social Security card.
Blackbirds always seem to get a bad rap. As the late Rodney Dangerfield was fond of saying, they “get no respect” in the bird world.
Southwest Christian High School recently released its spring honor roll for the 2020-21 school year.
Venus glimmers in the sun’s afterglow, where it will stay for months to come. Look for the planet low in the west-northwest about 40 minutes after sunset. The best days may be the 11th and 12th, when a young moon…
The area is experiencing “unhealthy” air quality, as northerly winds bring in smoke from Canadian wildfires in Ontario and Minnesota, according to the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency.
Many in the Shakopee community are expressing feelings of shock and sadness following the death of one of their own this week.
The stage at Chanhassen Dinner Theatres, like many other venues around the world, sat empty amid the COVID-19 shut-down.
The Eastern Carver County School Board gave Superintendent Lisa Sayles-Adams her one-year review on July 19.
Sightings of Minnesota’s state bee continue to excite bee surveyors in the Twin Cities metro who say the endangered pollinator has recently been spotted in residential gardens and other urban landscapes.
In today’s Major League Baseball, finding three infielders on one side of the diamond is a regularity. Often times a third baseman is positioned where the shortstop generally would be. A 4-5-3 double play — second baseman to third baseman…
If you heard or read about CRT (critical race theory) be patient, be curious, and try not to be judgmental.
The concept of a park with a splash pad, performance stage and multiple gathering areas in downtown Carver was discussed during a recent work session by the Carver City Council.
The Eastern Carver County School Board discussed equity initiatives at its July 19 meeting.