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Sure, movie theaters are partially closed and eating at restaurants isn’t an option for some thanks to COVID. Amusement parks aren’t in operation; even staying at a family friend’s cabin for a weekend is in question.

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The popularity of food trucks has grown exponentially over the last few years. Mobile food vendors line the outside skirts of farmers' markets and food truck rallies take over streets. A food truck can almost always be found parked within a city on any given day, and Prior Lake is no different.

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A Costco may come to Chaska next spring, located east of Lake Jonathan, off of Highway 41, according to developer Robert Atkinson with Atkinson Investments.

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The 45th Annual Chaska River City Days has been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, confirmed Jodi Hesse, executive director.

Children at Rocking Horse Ranch Childcare in Savage earned profits for charity last month with a curbside lemonade and popcorn operation. The group collected over $370 in donations to help Second Harvest Heartland provide meals to families in need, according to assistant director and teacher…

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The 36th Annual Taste of Chaska, previously postponed until mid-August, has been canceled, said Darren Noble, executive director of the SouthWest Metro Chamber of Commerce.

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Construction planned for this week on a new Veterans of Foreign Wars building in downtown Prior Lake has been placed on an indefinite hold, as the coronavirus pandemic has brought uncertainty to the local post’s financial outlook and the future of a major downtown redevelopment project.

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On the outside, the El Chido Taqueria truck seems chipper. It’s got bright yellow paint with appetizing food photos adorning the side, complete with big handmade signs reading “OPEN” and “cash only.”

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The Seagate Technology building in Shakopee will be consolidated to a Bloomington office as 500 positions from across all of the company’s global offices have been terminated. The building housed a 410,000-square-foot disc drive research facility and, at one point, nearly 1,000 jobs in Shakopee.