If you drive down Highway 169 through Jordan, you can’t miss it — it’s a giant, yellow building with a huge sign that reads “Minnesota’s Largest Candy Store.”
Just days away from seeding the wide open Section 2AAA Tournament, Minnetonka made a statement at the 31-team St. Michael-Albertville Midwest Fall Classic.
Friday night under the lights has great meaning for Seth Thompson. It's where a wide-eyed sophomore built toughness, making him elite his final two seasons on the gridiron.
Lexi Bauman and Noelle Slezak concluded their Chaska tennis careers paired together, reaching the third round of the Section 2AA Tournament Oct. 12 in St. Peter.
Battle-tested Waconia is not the fourth-best team in Section 2A girls soccer and they showed that in a 4-0 quarterfinal victory over 15-win Southwest Christian Oct. 12.
Chaska clinched the Suburban White District football title for the second time in three years in a 20-0 road win at Waconia Oct. 11.
Eden Prairie the runaway champion in the boys Lake Conference Championships at Gale Woods Farm Oct. 10, the battle for second place was tight.
Southwest Christian and Mayer Lutheran volleyball have developed a friendly rivalry over the years, one that dates back to many Section 4A championship match-ups.
Catherine Moore was in street clothes Oct. 3 for Minnetonka's 2-0 upset win of Edina. The sidelines a place where the now Skipper senior captain spent too much of her time in recent years.
As a new mother of twins I learned the difference between equality and equity early. One baby seemed content to lie peacefully, soaking in her surroundings. The other needed either stimulation or soothing. I worried I spent more time and attention on one and not enough on the other; that I w…
Shakopee had Minnetonka back on its heels, forcing constant pressure it felt over the final 30 minutes of the first half.
Southwest Christian won five regular season games in 2018, with 24 of 31 goals scored coming in those contests.
Third seed Holy Family Catholic scored three times in the first 40 minutes, owning a comfortable lead on Monticello in the quarterfinals of the Section 6A boys soccer contest Oct. 10.
Albert Lea played teams tough all season, one or two goals shy against both Class A and AA opponents in the Big Nine Conference.
IWCO Direct, a provider of data-driven direct marketing solutions, located in Chanhassen, recently announced its executive vice president of Operations and Customer Experience, Steve Myrvold, has been elected to the 2020 Association for PRINT Technologies (APTech) Board of Directors. The ele…
Over the past many months the Bountiful Basket Food Shelf of Eastern Carver County has expanded its basic food offerings to help those clients that make monthly food shelf visits, in addition to creating a “mobile food program,” to assist those individuals who are unable to pick up food at o…
I'd like to congratulate head coach Mike Ralston, assistant coaches Mike Arnold and Matt Schrad, and all the players and loyal fans of the Chanhassen Red Birds for their second straight Class B State Championship!
Minnetonka didn't lose a match in the Section 2AA Team Tournament, sweeping Jordan and Orono by 7-0 scores in the final four Oct. 8 at Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter.
The final score read: Edina 3, Chanhassen 0. The 11th time the Storm were held without a goal in the 2019 season.
Southwest Christian peppered the net with shot after shot, but after 40 minutes the advantage was just one goal.
Back to school means hitting the books, but also surfing the Internet. But can you trust everything you find online? Not always, which is just one great reason to use the vetted databases available on the Carver County Library’s website at www.carverlib.org.
A victory clinching Minnetonka's first Lake Conference title, scoreless at halftime, seniors Sophia Montague and Jelena Zbiljic found the net in the second half, a 2-0 road win at St. Michael-Albertville.
With one starter back on defense, three on offense, what was seen early in the season figured to look different as the season went on.
Chanhassen City Councilor Julia Coleman has announced that she will be running for the Minnesota Senate District 47 seat for the 2020 election and is seeking the endorsement of the Republican Party.
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