The ‘next steps’ for a proposed daycare facility in the city of Carver are expected to go rather quickly, given comments at a recent City Council meeting.
Holy Family Catholic boys basketball used its height advantage for a season-high 86 points, a 15-point road win at Jordan, 86-71, on Jan. 25.
The Wright County Conference has belonged to Holy Family Catholic boys hockey for the past decade. Dating back to the 2012-13 season, the Fire are 81-4-1 in league play.
The Chaska speech team competed in its first official tournament of the 2022 season at Chanhassen High School on Jan. 22. It was exciting to be competing in person after an abrupt end to the season in 2020 and virtual competitions in 2021.
Due to staff testing positive for COVID-19, Chanhassen Dinner Theatres closed “The Music Man” one week early and delayed previews for “Footloose” one week to Feb. 4. Its official opening will be Feb. 11.
A Level 3 predatory offender with a history of physically assaulting women he knows has moved to Chaska, according to the Chaska Police Department.
Two goals separated by 33 seconds on the bookends of the second intermission comfortably extended Chaska's win streak over Chanhassen to 12 games in boys hockey, a 4-2 decision on Jan. 22 at Victoria Recreation Center.
The Wright County Conference has belonged to Holy Family Catholic boys hockey for the past decade. Newcomer Southwest Christian/Richfield started the 2021-22 season with three league wins.
A thrilling contest up until the final horn, Chanhassen pulled out a 60-57 home win over Orono on Jan. 21. Madi Hicks netted a team-high 19 points for the Storm.
The shot went up, Minnetonka players crashing the board for a rebound. After the ball pinballed off multiple hands, Jordan Cain caught it, driving to the hoop, his shot floating into the hoop as time expired.
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Minnetonka squeaked by Prior Lake 1,267 to 1,222 1/2 for a section true team boys swimming and diving title on Jan. 16 at Olson Middle School in Bloomington.
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Caden Lee scored twice, adding two assists, as Chanhassen improved to 11-3-1 overall with a 7-2 home win over Bloomington Kennedy on Jan. 18.
A double-digit lead in the second half, Holy Family Catholic needed overtime to knock off previously unbeaten Minnetonka on Jan. 17 in Victoria.
The Victoria City Council’s recent four-minute regular meeting obviously went swiftly, but it included approval of donations which routinely have a significant impact on the community.
After another year of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Carver Scott Humane Society continues to find ways to adapt and provide care for animals and adoptive families.
The public is encouraged to nominate exceptional teachers within the Eastern Carver County School district for the District 112 Foundation’s 2022 Teacher of the Year.
Dr. Adam Holder, founder and owner of Carver Dental, calls it “an honor” for his business to be named winner of the Greg Osterdyk Community Service Award in Carver.
In December, Dean and Ann Schuette, along with their son Ryan, were honored as outstanding conservationists at the annual meeting of the Minnesota Association of Soil & Water Conservation Districts (MASWCD).
Mallory Heyer was 19 points short of a milestone, a number she was aware of, but didn't know exactly into Chaska's Jan. 13 meeting with St. Louis Park.
The Burnsville-Eagan-Savage District is preparing to ration milk at school lunch amid growing shortages in the paper carton supply chain.
Isabella Roemer was sixth overall for Chaska/Chanhassen at Carver Park Reserve in a Metro West Conference Nordic Ski classic event on Jan. 11.
Enrollment in Eastern Carver County Schools was approaching 9,700 students a month into the 2019-20 school year. An enrollment projection agency forecast that the district would reach 10,000 students by 2025.
Thirty-one shots through two period, just one goal to show, Chanhassen exploded for four goals in the third period, three over a stretch of 3:19, pulling away for a 5-2 road win over Orono on Jan. 11.
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