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Carver Villager Tower #391 January / February
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Holy Family is bringing in a heavyweight to lead its football program.
Chaska Police Department officers responded to the following calls. This is not a complete list of incidents.
The work of four regional Indigenous artists — James Autio, Gordon Coons, Anna Johnson and Ivy Vainio — will be featured in the Reedy Gallery at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum until March 26 for the “Visions from the Land: Native…
How do you respond when someone asks, “How are you?” Answers we commonly hear are, “Fine,” “OK” or “Hangin’ in there.” How often do you hear someone say, “Terrific!” or “Great!?” Maybe not that often.
The steady, unstoppable march of time guarantees that each new year will be different from the ones that precede it. Change is part of life on this planet. In the vast realm beyond Earth, change is also expected and some…
Since an initial concept plan for the Oak Ridge Commons development was first approved in March 2020, Chaska residents have been long awaiting the opening the community’s own Costco.
There are several animals that by their very nature are not easily observed or photographed in the wild. Recently while leading a winter photo tour to Yellowstone National Park, I had an opportunity to see but also capture some images…
A 911 caller reporting suspicious activity on Dec. 24 led to the arrest of a South St. Paul man who had over 30 pieces of stolen mail and various drugs and paraphernalia in his pockets, as well as a fully…
Madison Wolf made the switch from digital marketing in the corporate world to welding, buffing and designing jewelry on a daily basis.
Animal shelters and rescue organizations across the southwest metro are offering tips on how animals can be protected and kept safe during the cold Minnesota winter months.
With the championship season nearly a month away, Chaska/Chanhassen has some swimmers who are not only looking to earn a trip to the Class 2A state meet, but also are leading the program on and off the pool deck.
When Randy Duce was hired to lead the Chaska wrestling program in 1981, he was told he had two years to turn the program around — otherwise it would be cut.
The 14th annual Soggy Bottom snow golf tournament, whose proceeds support local residents or families dealing with medical crises, is set for Saturday, Jan. 28.
Each week, area athletes and teams compete on the court, ice or mat and in the gym or pool. Here are some of the highlights from Jan.16-21.
More than 30 balloonists from five states will travel to Hudson, Wisconsin on the weekend of Feb. 3-5 for the annual Hudson Hot Air Affair — including some notable pilots from the southwest metro.
A local couple has opened a Christian Brothers Automotive shop in Chanhassen.
The two new and two reelected Eastern Carver County School Board members were sworn in at the Jan. 9 organizational meeting.
Students of the theatre departments at Chaska and Chanhassen high schools will be performing their One Act Plays in a showcase Jan. 19.
The next topic in this discussion of building a healthy community lies with the financial planning and management.