With over 230 biker and hot rod car enthusiasts registered and the sun shining, on Saturday, Aug. 21, the 25th Annual Harley Heaven Memorial Motorcycle Ride set out on a 113-mile ride.
The Jordan City Council appointed Scott Penney, a Jordan business owner, as its interim council member at its Sept. 7 meeting.
Albert A. Van Bergen lost a leg to a German sniper in the battle for the Argonne Forest in World War I, one of the biggest and bloodiest battles of the war. For his service, he was awarded the prestigious Purple Heart medal.
Unlike many event spaces that had to shut down, either partially or fully, during the Covid-19 pandemic, Jordan’s Minnesota Harvest Apple Orchard saw a rise in new customers in 2020 that it’s hoping to make permanent.
Two benefit baseball games for Mary "Sunder" Feltmann raised $10,780 for the Jordanite's fight against cancer, Feltmann told the Jordan Independent.
Crews laid the first layer of asphalt on the roundabout at Highway 282 and Creek Lane this week, and drivers will be able to cruise around the circle at the end of July, said project engineer Luke Wheeler of Bolton & Menk.
Jordan City Councilmember Matthew Schmitt will resign from his position on the council in August due to a combination of family health issues and an out-of-state job opportunity, the Council announced at its July 6 meeting.
Grab your fanny pack, your comfy walking shoes and be prepared to ditch the silverware for foods served on a stick the last 12 days of summer.
The Scott Soil and Water Conservation District will host a free Native Prairie webinar next month and it's open to the public.
The first half of property taxes are due on Monday, May 17, according to a news release from Scott County. The Scott County Government Center in Shakopee remains closed to the public due to COVID-19, but there are options available to pay taxes, the county said.
Plans are now underway for the fifth annual Scott County Fast Track Challenge, an annual event that helps new businesses in the county find their road to success.