Four Shakopee Fire Department employees and three Carver County Dive Team members are newly certified to dive into ice-covered lakes and other waterways after an hourslong training session Saturday.
If finishing second in the Class A State Jazz Dance Tournament on Feb. 14 was icing on the cake for Holy Family Catholic, reaching the finals of high kick -- in the program's first qualification in the dance -- was the cherry on the top Feb. 15.
Nick Scheller is used to running from the front in cross country and track. On skis, the Chanhassen senior loves the chase.
A gymnastics season that spans three months, there's usually ups and downs. Aches and even worse yet injuries in a sport that proves to be unkind to bodies.
Chanhassen took its first lead over Chaska since 2016 with a Tyler Davidson second-period goal, but the Hawks extended its win streak to eight games over its District 112 rivals by a 5-2 score on Feb. 15 at Chaska Community Center.
Minnetonka was fourth of eight teams, a season-high score of 138.275, sending Elena Cantwell and Emma Siefker to the Class AA State Meet out of the Section 6AA Tournament Feb. 15 at Hopkins High School.
Minnetonka girls hockey head coach Tracy Cassano reminded the Skippers before the game it wasn't necessary to keep it close. How about put up a big number?
A dominating opening 18 minutes, a 37-18 halftime lead, Chaska improved to 8-1 in the Metro West Conference in an 80-62 road win at Bloomington Kennedy on Feb. 14.
Chanhassen matched the second highest point total in a game in its 11-year girls basketball history, a 99-63 win at Benilde-St. Margaret on Feb. 14.
Unfortunately, the proposed closure of East Union Elementary (EUE) for the 2021-22 school year will have a negative effect on all students and families in the Eastern Carver County School District (ISD 112). Therefore, I oppose the proposed closure of the school for the 2021-22 school year.
In 2017, the Chaska City Council approved for a Hy-Vee supermarket. Plans stated it would be off Engler Boulevard and Creek Road, west of Highway 212.
The U.S. Justice Department recently indicted four Chinese nationals in connection with the 2017 Equifax hack that resulted in the theft of more than 145 million people’s personal information.
The Scott, Carver, Dakota CAP Agency Board of Directors has announced a new executive director took the helm of the nonprofit organization Feb. 12, at the start of its 55th anniversary.
It’s been over a year since the St. Paul Public Library system went fine-free. If someone returns a book late at any of the city’s libraries, they won’t be charged for it. The year-round change was established in December 2018.
Just inside the top 40 through one run down the hill at Giants Ridge in Biwabik, two Chaska/Chanhassen alpine skiers moved up in afternoon runs at the state meet on Feb. 12.
Beginning Oct. 1, Minnesotans will not be able to use their standard driver’s license or ID card to board domestic flights or enter federal facilities.
The largest planned housing development in Carver’s history will give homeowners a “nice selection” of possibilities, according to City Planner Erin Smith.
Randy Koeppl didn't mince words. He firmly believes Holy Family Catholic will win a girls hockey title in the coming seasons.
There were 23 state qualifiers from Southwest Christian High School in the 2020 DECA District VII Competition. On Jan. 26, 32 SWCHS DECA students competed against 700 other business students in the district, according to a press release.
Holy Family Catholic held a pair of one-goal leads with Class A No. 1 St. Cloud Cathedral, but the top line of Blake Perbix, Nate Warner and Jack Smith scored four times, leading to a 5-2 win at MAC Arena in St. Cloud Feb. 11.
Chaska's magic number to clinch at least a share of the Metro West Conference is now one, a 65-48 road victory at 16-win Robbinsdale Cooper Feb. 11.
Asked in January when he expected to be announced as the new head coach of the Minnetonka High School football team, Mark Esch laughed. Then he acknowledged his interest in the position.
Individuals with and without intellectual disabilities from across Minnesota will take the court at Orono Activities Center for the first ever State Unified Basketball tournament.
EXCELSIOR — As the Lake Minnetonka Klondike Dog Derby got underway on Sunday, Feb. 9, downtown Excelsior took on the appearance of a snowglobe. Flakes continued to fall as the 29 eight-dog teams started the 40-mile race around the lake.
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