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The alleged victim in a rape near Jordan last year has made sexual assault allegations against four other people — two of them statutory rape cases in Iowa where the defendants pleaded guilty and the two other “stranger rapes” that were not prosecuted, according to police reports and court h…
The Minnesota Department of Transportation has closed westbound Highway 212 near Cologne at the west junction of County Road 36 due to an emergency drainage repair between Highway 284 in Cologne and Highway 5/25 in Norwood Young America, according to a press release.
A few weeks ago, Southwest News Media reported on the "Legend of Lou," a giant fish spotted in Gray's Bay on Lake Minnetonka.
The Minnesota Landscape Arboretum in Chanhassen restored a "hunk of aluminum parts” back into a modern work of art.
“Mary Poppins,” a musical based on the stories of P.L. Travers and the Walt Disney film, will be performed by Mayer Community Arts/Summer Theatre (Mayer CAST) at Mayer Lutheran High School (305 Fifth St. NE, Mayer) at 7 p.m. July 25-27 and 2 p.m. July 28.
As a veteran and member of the American Legion Post 580 Color Guard, leading the Chanhassen parade on the Fourth of July was an honor and privilege.
Kim Glieden lay in bed one night, just 24 hours or so away from a reunion of baseball players from Arlington, Minnesota. He had this thought of rounding first base, hitting second and third, stepping on home plate.
Preliminary numbers from the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) show a decline in drug overdose deaths between 2017 and 2018.
A tornado warning has been issued for Scott County, effective until 7:45 p.m. Monday, according to the National Weather Service office in Chanhassen.
Thousands of spectators from around the Midwest danced, sang and screamed along with Brad Paisley, Joan Jett, Steve Miller and other rock and country musicians during Prior Lake’s 10th annual Lakefront Music Fest in Lakefront Park on July 12 and 13.
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Thousands of spectators from around the Midwest danced, sang and screamed along with Joan Jett, Steve Miller and other rock and country musicians during the sold-out first day of Prior Lake's Lakefront Music Fest in Lakefront Park on Friday.
Velma, a mackerel tabby, was feral trapped as a kitten and has been waiting in the foster home to be adopted. She was born July 2017. If she knows you she accepts a bit of petting. She is nervous of new situations and needs a patient person to build a relationship with her. Velma plays by he…
Some concert-goers were none too pleased to see the Twin Cities Summer Jam single-day ticket prices drop to $99 Thursday, when they bought tickets for $50 more.
WAYZATA — A factor other than E. coli caused illness to more than 100 people who spent time in the Big Island area of Lake Minnetonka on the Fourth of July, said Dave Johnson, an epidemiology manager with Hennepin County Public Health.
On June 25, a small group of people raised several large flags in our community on the corner of Highway 5 and Dell Road. These flags prominently displayed their support for the following causes: Trump 2020, Confederate flag, U.S. flag, Blue Lives Matter, guns and skull and crossbones and 4Chan.
As many of you have heard by now, the Minnesota Legislature has established a new hands-free phone use law for motorists. The law becomes active, and enforceable, on Aug. 1. With only a few weeks before then, it’s important for all motorists to become familiar with the changes.
SPRING PARK — Norwegian seafood restaurant Vann is opening late July in Spring Park. The restaurant is Executive Chef Erik Skaar’s first, and pays a distinct homage to his heritage.
ORONO — The city of Orono took patriotic steps at a recent City Council meeting resolving to recite the Pledge of Allegiance before all public meetings.
Three Lotus Lake residents took issue with the Chanhassen City Council and the city for not issuing an emergency “no wake” ordinance over the Fourth of July holiday.
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