“Courage behind the keyboard” is what I call it. It’s the communication of thoughts, opinions, etc., but from behind a keyboard. It often has different tones, vocabulary and context compared to communication in-person or over the phone.
I'd like to know why our local police are not enforcing city ordinance Section 74, which reads: "Whenever a usable path for bicycles has been provided adjacent to a roadway, bicycle riders shall use such path and shall not use the roadway."
Last Sunday was like most of our weekend mornings over the last 20 years. Pack the SUV with chairs, blankets, cooler, food, sunflower seeds.
In response to Joe Polunc’s letter, “How did we get so misguided,” I think it’s important our community have some clear starting points and definitions in regard to the equity work happening in the Eastern Carver County School District, in order to have more constructive dialogue.
As more and more attention is focused on the campaign of terror being reigned on immigrant communities across the country by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), it is important to recognize the active role of institutions in our community in carrying out such inhumanity.
The Bountiful Basket Food Shelf of Eastern Carver County serves the communities of Carver, Chanhassen, Chaska and Victoria and is one of an anticipated 130 Minnesota food shelves that will be participating in this year's Open Your Heart July Food Challenge.
I would like to clarify a matter which has come up over the last several months — I have absolutely nothing to do with the Carver County GOP Facebook page or any related social media content.
The Scotts company sold lawns to us in the 1950s. Poisoned lawns kill directly and indirectly. There is controversy about visual beauty. We became accustomed to golf course manicured blades of imported grass. Nature has been beautiful for millions of years without the help of the Scotts company.
We are writing to encourage participation in the upcoming special election. We are also asking residents to vote for Nate Bostrom.
Thank you to the residents of Chaska who worked diligently to provide an opportunity for the residents of Ward 2 and 4 to have a choice in who will best represent them in all matters concerning the city of Chaska.
The best way to understand a city is to talk to people. I’ve been door-knocking the last few weeks and here’s what I've found. People are worried. They work hard, they have bills to pay, and it gets harder each day to make ends meet. I want to be able to help with that.
I have known Taylor Hubbard 10 years. She is passionate about social issues, works tirelessly, owns her own business, has been very involved in the community in many different ways, and is a long-time resident of Chaska.
I understand the community wanting a special election and to be represented by a candidate that was elected rather than appointed, but I strongly believe Mike Huang is the right choice for Chaska.
Special election Chaska City Council candidate Mike Huang lives in my neighborhood and I wanted to share some perspectives about Mike for those who may not be familiar with him.
I am biracial, both white and east Indian. My parents were not rich, but did everything they could to make sure my brother and I experienced living in other countries. I had the privilege of learning with people from different cultures in public schools in the Caribbean, Europe and India.
One common misconception of the petition for equity in Eastern Carver County Schools that was launched on April 21 is that those who organized it are holding the district accountable for the disgraceful actions of the perpetrators. This is untrue.
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