With a spread of just 33 seconds between the first and seventh runners for the Chaska girls cross country team, the opening race at Lake Elmo Park Reserve was one of success for the Hawks.
Forty-three years ago this week, I wrote my first story for the old Minneapolis Tribune, the first of thousands I would tap out for the newspaper over 27 years while it morphed into the Star Tribune of the Twin Cities…
Holy Family Catholic had the ability to score goals in 2020, totaling 36 in 13 matches. Evidenced in a scrimmage in Duluth to start the 2021 season, finding the net won’t be a problem again this season.
Chaska had lofty goals for the 2020 season coming off a section championship appearance a year before. Then the season was delayed. Then the season was halted, just 11 matches in, 10 against conference opponents.
The Justin Kukowski Foundation hosts its third annual Autumn On The Bluff wine tasting event 3-9 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 2.
Nate Gilkey has recently been named Vice President of Commercial Lending for Center Bank, and will be officing in the new Chaska location set to open in September.
I am no stranger to traveling hundreds or even thousands of miles to see, study and document some of nature’s most wonderful events. For over 35 years I have traveled to see the epic migration of sandhill cranes in Nebraska,…
Princess Kay finalist Emily Leonard, of Norwood Young America, had her likeness carved out of a 90-pound block of butter on Aug. 29 at the Minnesota State Fair Dairy Building.
Farm at the Arb hosts the third annual Arboretum AppleJam from 5-8 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 25.
All hail the queen, she has arrived! A rare sighting has been made in Chanhassen.
Maddy Davey certainly has learned the lesson to try, try, try again. Twice denied in the first half by the Eastview goaltender, the Chaska’s 2019 and 2020 goals leader came through with two second-half tallies in a 3-1 Hawk win…
At state tournament time, the difference sometimes between the winning team and losing team is whichever team makes the critical mistake.
Are you interested in reading the public notices published in the August 26, 2021 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…
Rained out Saturday night in Hamburg, Chanhassen returned to Hawk Park on Sunday with a mission. A mission of playing two games; of winning two games.
What do you see going on in the world? As you’re probably aware, there are so many things happening — difficult things. We see nations collapsing, earthquakes, fires and floods. We also know that there’s political division, vaccine issues, economic…
Broken bottles, discarded cans, tires and other debris were no match for a group of people aimed at cleaning up a small section of a Minnesota River bank Saturday morning.
Elizabeth Jander, local high school senior, PSEO student at Crown College and participant in the 4-H Llama project is working with her church, Trinity Lutheran Church in Carver, to provide a hands-on llama experience over Steamboat Days weekend. She recently volunteered at the Canterbury Race Track Llama Races and saw how much joy a little time with the llamas brought to families. Since Trinity has held a popular annual bazaar over Steamboat Days, it seemed like the perfect opportunity to pour a little llama love into Carver.
Carlson’s Lovable Llama’s will be on the lower lot at Trinity on Saturday, September 11 from 10:00 a.m – 2:00 p.m. Everyone is welcome to this free event.
The bazaar will be held on: Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. & Sunday, September 12, from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Baked goods, canned goods, garden produce, plants, embroidered and sewed items, crafts, antiques, gifts, gently used books and household items will be offered.
A food truck will be parked in our lower lot. They will serve corn dogs, mini doughnuts, cheese curds, water, and cotton candy.
Albert A. Van Bergen lost a leg to a German sniper in the battle for the Argonne Forest in World War I, one of the biggest and bloodiest battles of the war. For his service, he was awarded the prestigious…
Mary Cate Ziembiec finished with 12 kills on 40 swings in a 27-25, 25-8, 25-20 loss to Shakopee for Chanhassen in the volleyball season opener Aug. 26.
So much road construction going on everywhere and I am wondering if there couldn’t be a better schedule in getting it done. I understand it is Minnesota but it just seems like poor planning.