Learning to ride a bike is a traditional rite of passage for many people, signifying independence and responsibility. While this beloved mode of transportation may be accessible to some, for others it is not a priority.
Soccer: Chaska girls’ looking to create community in 2022
Right before the Chaska girls soccer team was announced in the team’s 2022 season opener Aug. 25 at Chaska Middle School West, some players could be heard saying one thing.
Cross Country: Holy Family program looking to take advantage of growth
The 2022 cross country season marks a potential pivotal moment for Holy Family’s boys and girls programs.
Storm football ready to surprise in 2022
After falling in the first round of the section playoffs last season, the Chanhassen football team is looking for a bounce-back 2022 campaign.
Preview: Chaska prepares for gridiron opener
The Chaska football program is about a week away from kicking off the 2022 season and hopes to make it as special as the last one.
Soccer: Chaska girls’, Southwest Christian boys’ split
Area teams kicked off the soccer season last week and over the weekend, with some coming away with plenty of goals.
Commentary: The Common Nighthawk’s dance at dusk
In nature, if there is a niche, there is no doubt it will be filled. And it is usually filled with the most interesting of critter. This is the pattern that has made nature so incredibly diverse over millions of…
Volleyball: Chaska takes down Southwest Christian
Sept. 1 featured a crosstown matchup between two of the top volleyball programs in the state among their respective classes.
School districts encourages families to apply for free lunch
In March of 2020, students across the state went to school in person for the last time that school year following the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. It was also the last time students had to pay for lunch or…
Cross country: Sutter has historic race, Chaska places fifth
The Chaska boys’ and girls cross country teams competed in the first meet of the season at St. Catherine University Aug. 25.
The migratory monarch is losing habitat — here’s how to help
It’s been a rough year for the migratory monarch butterfly. The colder spring in the upper Midwest negatively impacted population numbers and the butterfly was classified as endangered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) on July 21.
Sunday funday at ValleyFest
Valley Evangelical Free Church in Chaska hosted ValleyFest on Sunday, Aug. 21.
Police report, Aug. 7-13
Chaska Police Department officers responded to the following calls. This is not a complete list of incidents.
Carver County 4-H kids make it to State Fair Llama-Alpaca Competition
The Carver County 4-H Llama group had 18 kids qualify to compete at the Minnesota State Fair Llama Competition Wednesday, Aug. 31, through Friday, Sept. 2.The Llama-Alpaca Competition consists of three events: showmanship, obstacles and costume. Showmanship focuses on best…
Art in the Park & CD Release to feature arts from around Carver County
The City of Chaska and the Arts Consortium of Carver County are sponsoring Art in the Park & CD Release on Sunday, Aug. 28, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Fireman’s Park in Chaska.
Public Notices from the August 25, 2022 Chaska Herald
Are you interested in reading the public notices published in the August 25, 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…
Public Notices from the August 18, 2022 Chaska Herald
Are you interested in reading the public notices published in the August 18, 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…
Holy Family girls’ tennis open season with four wins
The 2022 girls’ tennis season is underway, and Holy Family started off strong in the first week of competition.
Best friends’ lives remembered, celebrated with a golf tournament
They were best friends.
Carver planning commission approves Mizzy’s Pizza plan
The city of Carver planning commission recently approved two measures that could lead to a new pizza restaurant in the community.