When clinical social worker Connie Gibson went to school for her master’s degree, one thing definitely wasn’t a specific part of the curriculum: “How To Help Clients Through COVID: 101.”
A protest in solidarity with police brutality victims, scheduled for Sunday afternoon in Chaska's Firemen's Park, has been moved online.
Editor's note: Both the Sunday Solidarity event and protest have been canceled in person. Organizers say virtual details and more information will be released soon.
It was a sunny enough Thursday outside the Chanhassen Library. Maintenance workers pounded on a nearby sidewalk and a few cars idled in the circular drive.
Greg Anderson remembers his father’s relationship with stories. It was only natural to hear and tell them, with his dad’s barber and funeral home jobs.
Originally scheduled until March 27, the Carver County Board of Commissioners extended a pause of in-person county services until May 3.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Carver County is extending its current walk-in/walk-up public services suspension through Sunday, April 12.
The Minnesota Department of Health confirmed a third “presumptive positive case” of the coronavirus disease, COVID-19.
Chanhassen-based religious organization Eckankar cancelled its annual spring event due to the novel coronavirus, COVID-19.
Tuesday, March 3, 2020 is the last day to vote in the presidential nomination primary election, where the two major parties will be represented on the ballot: the Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party and the Republican Party.
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.
Communities across the state will mark Veterans Day with breakfasts, speakers and ceremonies to honor those who have served the United States in war or peacetime.
With the United States approaching its 243rd year of independence, cities around the west metro are preparing for their annual, American-themed Fourth of July celebrations.
After 25 years of devoted service to Carver County Library, Janet Karius started a new chapter of her life on June 1 — retirement, according to a news release from Heidi Hoks, Carver County Library director.
Three adult leaders from Troop 337 in Chanhassen and Chaska received recognition on May 2 from the Lake Minnetonka District BSA at its annual recognition dinner.
The City of Chanhassen’s 36th Annual Easter Egg Candy Hunt will be at 9 a.m., Saturday, April 20 at City Center Park, 7700 Market Blvd, just north of City Hall. Children, ages 12 and under, along with their friends and family participate in this annual event. This popular event includes door…
If you need a reminder that spring is just around the corner, check out Susan Morgan’s paintings at the Chanhassen Recreation Center through March.
The newest Chanhassen Park and Recreation staffer is recreation supervisor Audrey Swantz. She is a 2017 University of Minnesota graduate, with a degree in Recreation Management.
Little more than a year ago, Grace Mandel, 18, of Victoria, was a fairly happy-go-lucky teen, who danced and competed as a member of the Chanhassen High School Dance Team.
You'd expect that, as a behavioral health specialist, Sarah Christensen would be better than most people at handling grief. Not so.
Leah Nelson is grateful that Congress passed the STAR ACT earlier this year. The STAR ACT — the Childhood Cancer Survivorship, Treatment, Access & Research Act of 2017 — is a sweeping childhood cancer legislation that will help children with cancer live longer, healthier lives. And Leah,…
Most of us are only familiar with the island of Madagascar through the animated 2005 film, "Madagascar." So it was fascinating to meet Steven Lellelid and learn more about his adopted homeland, and his 20-year mission to translate the Bible into the Tandroy (pronounced TAN-drew-ee) dialect i…
Sept. 10, 2018 was proclaimed the official “Chanhassen Red Birds Day” at the Chanhassen City Council meeting on Monday.
Due to two philanthropic donors, the teen area of the Chanhassen Library received an update this summer with new seating, more shelving, and art frames that will enable teen artists to exhibit their work. The teen area had a ribbon-cutting and pizza party on Aug. 20 to mark the occasion.
John Pieri, 49, is a self-described minimalist, and from the looks of his tidy bedroom, you wouldn’t know he’d just moved in earlier that day. His clothes are unpacked and hung in the closet. Shoes are lined up in a row below. He’s already arranged framed family photos of himself and his fam…
Joleen Hall thought that filling in as an office manager/receptionist at her fiance's dental practice would be a way to bridge time between jobs.
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