On Monday, the Minnesota State High School League released guidelines for post-season sectional play in girls tennis, girls swimming and diving, boys and girls soccer, and boys and girls cross country.
Dawn Gillman was just one voice. One signature of nearly 25,000 on a petition on Change.org asking the Minnesota State High School League to reconsider and bring football and volleyball back to the fall season.
Eighteen votes cast, six yay responses, Minnesota high school football in the fall of 2020 was postponed by the Minnesota State High School League Board of Directors Aug. 4.
With four runners in the top 10, including champion Maya Mor, Minnetonka girls cross country captured the Lake Conference Jamboree at Round Lake Park in Eden Prairie Sept. 18.
A rematch of the 2018 and 2019 Class AA State Championship, top-ranked Minnetonka showed their dominance, defeating Edina by a 7-0 score on Sept. 17 in the only meeting of the season.
Coming off a pair of losses, Thursday's home contest with St. Louis Park was a much-needed opportunity to turn the momentum back in Chanhassen's favor into a key stretch next week.
Twelve goals on the season, seven in the last three matches, Bishop Schugel is on fire for the Holy Family Catholic boys soccer team.
Constitution Day, sometimes known as “Citizenship Day," is coming up. It started as “I am an American” Day in 1940, then the date was changed to correspond with the anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution on Sept. 17, 1787.
I am writing in support of Kelly Morrison’s re-election for state representative in District 33B. Specifically I want to highlight her commitment to veterans and our first responders.
I am voting for Julia Coleman in the District 47 race for the Minnesota State Senate. The only candidate in this race with elected experience, Julia Coleman has already made a positive impact in Carver County while serving on the Chanhassen City Council.
Although 2020 has had its share of unwelcome surprises, the seasonal changes we experience as summer fades to autumn are wonderful gifts from Mother Nature. Cooler weather accompanied by colorful landscapes will soon be here for everyone to enjoy.
Major construction on Highway 101 continues, but the city is set to meet its November deadline for Phase 1.
On a late Wednesday afternoon at Canterbury Park, about the only things familiar to regular racing fans were the plastic cups of foaming beer, Paul Allen’s voice over the loudspeaker and the horses and their jockeys, ready to take their marks before the sounding of the gun.
Nancy Guenther has lived in Carver for 22 years. She knows just about everyone in her quiet neighborhood and has never had any kind of crime occur at her house. But on Sept. 1, she noticed something was missing — her President Donald Trump sign and flags in her front yard.
I (Boaz) am the outgoing, friendly, slightly dominate male kitten of my sibling group. I’ll be at the door when I hear my trusted person coming and complaining that she should hurry up and come see me. I play with anything I can move. I like window watching. My purr is quickly heard when I’m…
People from plenty of backgrounds call Carver County home, but some have more space on the pie chart than others.
District 112, in its transition to insource transportation operations, is working with SBC Public Finance to purchase 15 buses. The lease agreement will be for a term of eight years at 1.4% interest rate. The district will access its operating capital to make the annual lease payments.
Changes in federal funding now allow Eastern Carver County Schools to offer breakfast and lunch to all students at no cost.
The 2019 soccer season was a trying 14-game campaign for the Chanhassen boys team. Their two wins came in a one-week stretch in early September, a nine-match winless streak to end the season.
It wasn't as easy as the season opener, but Chaska, coming off its first loss of the season, improved to 5-1 on the season with a 1-0 win over Bloomington Kennedy Sept. 15 in girls soccer.
Nearly four hours long, Tuesday's Minnesota State High School League Board of Directors workshop produced little resolution in terms of a plan for the 2020-21 calendar.
Danielle Raabe was planning on a future in sports medicine when she attended Black Hill State University to play basketball.
A Chaska High School graduate convicted of criminal sexual conduct involving two women while attending the University of Minnesota in 2014 is moving back to Carver County this month.
Let this soak in. The state of Minnesota no longer has just one Division I university within its boundaries. Joining the University of Minnesota? The University of St. Thomas in St. Paul.
Edina and Minnetonka had quite the 2019 season together on the boys soccer field. A pair of 3-2 Hornet wins in the regular season was a prelude to a thrilling 2-0 Section 2AA final.
Jackson Allen dreamed about being a Gopher. He was so ready to join the University of Minnesota men’s tennis program that after winning a state singles championship at Shakopee High School in 2016, he enrolled early, bypassing his senior year.
Southwest Christian, led by three all-Minnesota River Conference runners, placed third overall in both the boys and girls league championship race Sept. 10 at Montgomery National Golf Club.
David Garcia tallied his seventh and eighth goals of the season, giving Chaska a 2-1 lead in the second half at Benilde-St. Margaret on Sept. 10.
Two unbeatens in the Metro West Conference, Benilde-St. Margaret showed early they are the team to beat, scoring twice in the first half, beating Chaska 3-0 on Sept. 10.
Beyond the Yellow Ribbon of Chaska is a diverse group of citizens and community leaders uniting key areas within local communities to leverage existing support activities, build awareness and take action to recognize and support service members and military families.
David loved his friends. It’s not that he disliked his family, he just loved to get out of his noisy, cramped apartment to have fun. One school night, David stayed out late.
This election season, it is time to really hear what our candidates have to say, and publically. You cannot assume that an endorsed Republican supports Trump and you cannot assume that the endorsed Democrat will take your guns.
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