Perfection is hard to achieve in sports. Nearly impossible, actually. That’s why it is such a big deal when an athlete is perfect, even for one game.
"Prince was known for his secretive 'pop-up' concerts at Paisley Park. He would slyly announce the concert with just hours-notice and welcome all who arrived," states a Paisley Park press release.
Neighborhood clean-ups are a great outside activity that require very few materials, make your community safe and beautiful, teach young ones about service, provide exercise, and educate all about water pollution.
With the lion’s share of coverage of the coronavirus being focused on physical infrastructure (where to get tested, how to quarantine, what is/isn’t open, etc.), my community and parental (two kids under 5) instincts pivot to concern of our social infrastructure — things like mental health a…
As the Coronavirus pandemic threatens public health and the U.S. economy, more people are working from home on a regular basis. The move follows social distancing guidelines as an attempt to slow the outbreak, but keeping scattered workforces connected and productive can be challenging for m…
Local organizations across the Twin Cities are finding creative ways to connect the community to art, learning and each other during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Bulldogs of Lester Prairie/Holy Trinity banner was taken down from the Southwest Christian High School gymnasium in the summer of 2018. The Stars no longer part of the Minnesota Christian Athletic Association.
Pandemics are scary enough without the isolation that comes along with social distancing, economic turmoil and quarantine.
Most Americans are experiencing some level of self-isolation while they wait for the pandemic to run its course through the country. But while the "Safer at Home" mantra may be true for many, it can exacerbate domestic violence issues, said Executive Director of the Southern Valley Alliance …
Starting the week of April 6, Bountiful Basket Food Shelf, which serves communities in eastern Carver County, will work in partnership with SouthWest Transit to deliver food to those that cannot currently access the Chaska food shelf site.
Carleton College junior Matthew Wilkinson, a Greenwood native and Minnetonka High School graduate, was voted the National Men's Indoor Track Athlete of the Year for 2020 by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.
Matt Udermann has announced his bid for the Carver County Board of Commissioners District 3 seat, with the campaign “You MATTer.”
There are a total of 398 lab-confirmed COVID-19 cases in Minnesota – up 52 cases from March 26, according to the Minnesota Department of Health.
After spending nearly two years focusing on ensuring Minnesota gets an accurate census count to prevent the loss of a district, state Director of Census Operations and Engagement Andrew Virden was supposed to be getting ready for game time come April.
Last week almost every parent in Minnesota, and across the United States, was thrust into a new and unfamiliar role … that of a homeschool teacher. And while this is overwhelming and seemingly impossible at times, we’re all going to get through this with a little patience, grit, and grace. B…
April opens with spectacular views of planets in both the morning and evening skies. Early risers who look to the southeast will see Jupiter, brilliant in the predawn darkness. Off to the east of Jupiter, red Mars hangs right below golden Saturn.
The city of Chanhassen has cancelled its Easter Egg Candy Hunt originally scheduled for Saturday, April 11 in City Center Park.
Tam Meuwissen has been known as "Five Feet of Fury" throughout her athletic career. An appropriate nickname for the Chanhassen native who played three sports in high school, three sports in college, and now skates down ice, and is a member of the USA Women's National Bandy Team.
Rain fell on the first day of spring March 19. A kindergarten boy, a week removed from never wanting to go back to school, looked out the window. He'd do anything to see his school bus. To be in class with his friends. To eat school lunch, to go outside for recess.
Gov. Tim Walz on Wednesday ordered Minnesotans to stay home except for essential needs like food and health care for two weeks beginning Friday, March 27, to buy time to prepare for a wave of COVID-19 cases likely on the way.
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