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Carver Villager Tower #383 May / June
The Villager Tower has been written and published since 1983 by Ricki Schultz. She can be contacted at (952) 448-5126 and [email protected]
Chaska Police officers responded to the following calls. This is not a complete list of incidents.
The baseball section tournaments are underway with different area teams aiming to make a splash in the postseason.
Two years in the making, Southwest Christian High School in Chaska will break ground on a new campus athletic facility.
A new pollinator habitat has been planted in Shakopee, becoming the largest habitat site in the city.
Are you holding yourself hostage?
We would like to express our gratitude and thankfulness to the Christmas in May committee, the city of Chaska, Lyman Lumber, Chaska and Southwest Christian High School students, and all the volunteers and skilled workers who so graciously came out…
A Minneapolis man involved in a fatal car crash on Highway 169 near Jordan was charged Friday in Scott County District Court with criminal vehicular homicide.
As a third generation resident of the Lake Minnewashta area, I am writing to express my growing concern about the various negative impacts the zebra mussels have on our ecosystem, our economy, and our enjoyment of the lakes.
After strong seasons, the Chanhassen and Chaska girls’ lacrosse teams are gearing up for section play.
Mike Bailey is reinvigorated.
The UPS Store, at 168 Pioneer Trail, Chaska, will host its grand opening celebration on Monday, June 13.
After a regular season filled with injuries and rescheduling, the Chaska softball team is beginning to find its stride at the right time.
As the daughter of a Vietnam-era veteran, I hold a special place in my heart for the parents, siblings, spouses and friends of those who served.
I was born in Mexico in the beautiful city of Puebla.
Laura Tessmer, fourth- and fifth-grade teacher at Clover Ridge Elementary School in Chaska, was named the District 112 Foundation teacher of the year in a school-wide celebration on May 20.
Carver County Environmental Services partnered with Chanhassen-based nonprofit “A Better Society” to bring the first fix-it clinic to Carver County on April 30.
In 1966, The National Academy of Sciences published the “Accidental Death and Disability: The Neglected Disease of Modern Society.” The purpose of this paper was to bring attention to the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) that, at the time, was being…
When I was 7 years old, I watched my older sister begin learning the violin. Like any younger sibling, I was immediately set on doing the same, believing I could replicate her awe-inspiring image if I picked up the instrument…
Happy Memorial Day and welcome to summer in Minnesota!