Primary voting will end in Jordan on Aug. 11, with in-person voting taking place at the Community Education and Recreation Center. It’s a mid-summer statewide vote that narrows down who will be on the November general election ballot.

On Nov. 5, local voters will decide whether or not to approve a $39.5 million Jordan Public Schools referendum that consists of three proposals which increase the student levy and secure building bonds for a variety of improvement projects.

Second District Democratic candidate Angie Craig hosted a round table discussion Friday, Oct. 26 on workforce development in Shakopee, where she heard from area politicians, industry representatives, labor leaders and child care experts.

Two people are vying to be the next Scott County sheriff. We asked them a variety of questions about how they would do the job, and here are their answers, which have been edited for brevity: 


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