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.
Two weeks ago, Thom Smith and his staff gathered at Concepts Display, LLC in Chaska. It was another day on the job, but that day, something different caught their attention.
The silence in downtown Jordan — on one of the first beautiful spring days — serves as a stark reminder that the COVID-19 outbreak is most clearly observed by the absence of everything else.
Canterbury Park announced Wednesday it has temporarily furloughed approximately 850 employees without pay following the park’s closure amid COVID-19, according to a press release.
Mark Esch and his family moved to Savage two years ago. It took less than a week to sell their home in Mankato. The process was smooth. The process was normal.
Since Gov. Tim Walz halted all elective or non-emergency medical procedures during the pandemic, patient visits at Prior Lake and Savage clinics have slowed to almost nothing, providers said.
Every Thursday, Bob and Kathy McLain know just what to expect. The milkman pulls up to their Chaska house in the early morning, plopping a few gallons of milk outside their garage.
Minnetonka-based CANVIVA’s products are typically CBD-based sleep aids, stress relievers and muscle balms. But when owner Jim Zimmerman tried to buy hand sanitizer for his employees in reaction to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic and found that even Amazon was sold out, he realized he had…
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Carver County is extending its current walk-in/walk-up public services suspension through Sunday, April 12.
NAVARRE — One day a few years ago, Mound resident Nicole Pomije was making chocolate chip cookies for her father-in-law but hit a snag — she didn’t have a baking sheet.
SPRING PARK — In an effort to help families in need, Lord Fletcher's Old Lake Lodge is giving away complimentary walleye dinners to its customers.
Radermacher’s Fresh Market in Jordan is altering their store hours amid the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak to reserve a morning hour for higher-risk patients, the local grocer announced March 18.
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.
ORONO — An Orono company was one of 13 companies that received Launch Minnesota Innovation Grants of a total of $344,000 from the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development, according to a news release from DEED.
Sunlight gleamed on Edelweiss Bakery’s doughnuts and pastries Tuesday as a steady stream of customers, most standing several feet apart, came by for what was the bakery’s last day open for at least a week and a half.
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.
Lunds & Byerlys is changing store hours company wide in the wake of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak, including reserving one hour every morning for people who are at higher risk of severe illness by the virus.
WAYZATA — D’Amico & Partners, which owns D’Amico & Sons in Wayzata and Campiello in Eden Prairie, will temporarily close all but one of its locations through April 12 in response to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, a news release says.
EXCELSIOR — Maynards in Excelsior will serve a special menu, instead of its buffet, and will clean more frequently in the wake of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) global pandemic, according to a March 12 news release.
SPRING PARK — A local UPS driver has been inducted into the Circle of Honor, an honorary organization for UPS drivers who have achieved 25 or more years of accident-free driving, a news release from the organization says.
Darren Noble has been hired as the new executive director of the SouthWest Metro Chamber of Commerce, effective March 11.
When MyPillow inventor, spokesman and CEO Mike Lindell first moved to Chaska as a child, he felt like he didn’t fit in. He recalls riding the school bus one day, traveling down Highway 41. Boys threatened to beat him up.
Matt Dolan has been playing the bag toss game cornhole for decades, but it wasn't until recent years that the lawn game took on a new meaning for him.
Cargill announced plans this month to open a state-of-the-art ingredients lab and test kitchen in Savage this summer.
Hy-Vee, which operates a number of stores in the southwest metro, announced possible changes to its staffing — including reductions — in a Tuesday email announcement.
MAPLE GROVE — Project Prom is back again for the 13th year giving away prom dresses to those who cannot afford the prom experience, according to a news release from the organization.
Dozens of visitors filed through the doors of Delia’s All-in-One in downtown Jordan Thursday, Feb. 13 for the restaurant’s grand opening event.
Nearly 100 jobs will be moving to Eden Prairie’s Lifetouch offices as a result of a decision by its parent company, Shutterfly, Lifetouch’s president told Eden Prairie News.
In 2017, the Chaska City Council approved for a Hy-Vee supermarket. Plans stated it would be off Engler Boulevard and Creek Road, west of Highway 212.
Amy Eggert, 50, and Cindy DeJonge, 55, started strength training less than three years ago, but they can now both deadlift over 200 pounds. Personal trainer Andreya Tornes, who owns Tone 2 Day studio in Savage, is their secret, they said.
MOUND — Ron Gust believes there are a few reasons the municipal liquor store in Mound, Harbor Wine & Spirits, has been successful as the alcohol market has become more competitive over the last several years.
Starkey Hearing Technologies has added a chief health officer to its ranks, a first of its kind in the industry, according to a news release from the company.
Management strategies in dairy fertility, cow comfort, building a healthy milk check and characteristics of resilient dairy farms will be addressed by the guest speakers at the 28th Annual Carver County Dairy Expo 9 a.m.-3:15 p.m. Monday, Feb. 17 at Central High School, 531 Morse St., Norwoo…
MediaNews Group, owner of the St. Paul Pioneer Press and dozens of other newspapers from coast to coast, has purchased the assets of Red Wing Publishing/Big Fish Works.
For many adults, the kitchen can represent yet another time-consuming chore after a day of hard work. But for homebakers like Hue Yeates, it’s an art studio.
PLYMOUTH — Three events in the next several weeks will take a look at the future of the Hollydale Golf Course, which faces a proposed 319-home development.
- Savage resident who admitted to stalking faces 37 felony charges in child pornography case
- Crash victims identified as 11-year-old Prior Lake boy, 36-year-old Eagan man
- Updated: No easy solution to Credit River intersection where two died, engineer says
- About-face: Making masks across the community
- Waconia man dies in crash on County Road 10
- Minnetonka Beach couple files lawsuit against city, LMCD over dock rights
- Good news roundup: Locals making face masks, pop-up concerts and balcony singalongs
- Pandemic upends funeral plans, limiting groups and separating mourners
- Digging the dirt: While COVID-19 restricts nurseries, garden centers, home gardeners can still plan
- Chaska Historical Society asks the question 'Why Chaska?'
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