Voters in Carver County might find themselves in new legislative districts this election season after Minnesota’s new political boundaries reshaped portions of the region.
Public Notices for the February 24, 2022 Chaska Herald
Are you interested in reading the public notices published in the February 24, 2022 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…
Commentary: Chasing the sun in Arizona
If you are starting to feel that there is more sunlight each day on your way to and from work and school, you are correct.
Commentary: Who gets grandma’s plate?
As a child, my mom would drop me off at my great aunts’ house on the way to get groceries and they would treat me like a princess, with tea parties on beautiful green daisy dishes.
Commentary: Surplus creates opportunity to improve public safety
With session upon us and an election around the corner, the safety of our citizens has been top of mind for many of us.
Former Chaska officials remember Vasco Bernardi
A businessman who had a major role in developing a large portion of Chaska recently passed away.
Sam would do best as an only cat
Sam is a senior black domestic short-haired male, about 9 years old, who is handsome and sleek! He is declawed (performed many years ago under a previous owner). Sam would do best as an only cat in a home without…
How woodpeckers prevent concussions
Once again, I found myself sitting outside in my small photo blind trying to capture a handful of images of birds in a winter/snowy setting. The temperatures were a balmy 5 below zero and I was starting to feel the…
Explore the unknown through the Minneapolis of Art’s new paranormal exhibit
The new exhibition “Supernatural America: the Paranormal in American Art” at the Minneapolis Institute of Art is sure to send a shiver down visitor’s spines. The exhibition opened Feb. 19 and will run until May 15.
Commentary: Event brings awareness to state’s 300 food shelves
The Bountiful Basket Food Shelf is once again participating in the Minnesota FoodShare campaign that is being held from Feb. 28 through April 10.
Commentary: Care for yourself so you have no regrets in life
Are you the type of person who tends to put others’ wants and needs above your own? That’s not a bad trait if you’re doing it because it fits in with your personal morals, values, and principles.
Hawks, Storm meet in first post-season pairing
What do a combined 39 wins — a program-best 20 victories for Chaska, and 19 wins, one shy of a team record for Chanhassen — get in the Section 2AA boys hockey playoff bracket?
Public Notices for the February 17, 2022 Chaska Herald
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Alternative to court now available for lower-level traffic offenses
Those charged with lower level offenses in Scott and Carver counties now have the ability to schedule a meeting with a hearing officer without going to court.
Coleman to seek re-election for State Senate
Minnesota Sen. Julia Coleman (R-Chanhassen) announced Feb. 17 she is officially seeking re-election to the Minnesota State Senate.
Ice sculptures return to Firemen’s Park
Ice sculptures have returned to Firemen’s Park.
County mobility committee seeks member
The Carver County/Scott County Mobility Management Committee seeks a Carver County resident to serve as a member for 2022.
Chaska American Legion Post 57 family hosts Carver County Veterans’ Council
Chaska American Legion Post 57 hosted the Carver County Veterans’ Council (CCVC) meeting on Feb. 3.
QualiTech Environmental expands to Peru
QualiTech Environmental, Inc., a Chaska-based company providing equipment and services for oil spill response and prevention, is opening an office in Lima, Peru. The QualiTech Environmental team will be operating as QualiTech Ambiental LATAM out of its Lima office to…
Southwest Christian High School releases fall honor roll for 2021-22 school year
Southwest Christian High School recently released its fall honor roll for the 2021-22 school year.