Chaskans joined dozens of other cities in protesting the death of George Floyd, a Black man who died in Minneapolis police custody last week.
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.
Homeowners in an area north of the Carver County Government Center will have a bit more time to pay street and utility fees this summer, the Chaska City Council ruled last week.
The public eye has turned to State Sen. Scott Jensen (R-Chaska) in recent weeks in light of controversial statements about coronavirus response and rumors of running for higher office.
Carver County appears on a list of movie sites from the 1970s, 1990s and early 2000s. Between “Drop Dead Gorgeous” and “Fargo,” the area seems to be prone to shots along Highway 212 or the Chaska Herald building.
Chaska’s annual one-day home rehabilitation project, Christmas in May, will involve just one home this year and no community event.
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.
For 22 years, Marge and Tom Ruhberg lived in a peaceful gated community 100 miles west of Chicago. Surrounded by a lake, golf course and ski hill, it was the spot to be for the insurance and retail retirees.
Originally scheduled until March 27, the Carver County Board of Commissioners extended a pause of in-person county services until May 3.
The Chaska City Council unanimously approved a plan for further development at the Oak Ridge Conference Center property, located north of Hazeltine Boulevard and west of Highway 41.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Carver County is extending its current walk-in/walk-up public services suspension through Sunday, April 12.
Anyone walking through the halls of Chaska High School would be hard-pressed to miss a flurry of students, visitors and new experiences Friday.
On any given day, the familiar sounds of a grocery store are heard at Cooper’s Foods in Chaska: The carts lightly clanking, the beep of the register, the familiar, “Thank you! Have a great day!” from friendly employees.
Several Chaska city and community spaces are set to close and remain so for the next several weeks, according to Kevin Wright, Chaska communications manager.
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.
The Chaska High School principal is calling a blackface video, which surfaced in mid-February and showed a student wearing blackface, “racist.”
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.
Four years ago, Mike Eder typed a single word under the cars section on Craigslist: “Project.” He clicked the search button and found a car.
At what age can someone buy tobacco products? It’s a seemingly straightforward question, but it has lawmakers, business owners, and customers alike confused.
Loved ones remember former assistant basketball coach, father and law firm partner Kyle Hegna as a sports and outdoors lover — and much more.
It’s a positive trend the city doesn’t see changing any time soon: the success of the Chaska Event Center, Crooked Pint Ale House and Chaska Curling Center.
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