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Local restaurant owners felt better prepared returning to takeout service last month under Gov. Tim Walz’s four-week dining restrictions, having already adapted their kitchens for to-go orders during a months-long shutdown earlier this year. But that doesn’t make the financial toll any easie…

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Around 50 community members hailing from Carver, Chanhassen, Chaska and Victoria came together, albeit virtually, for the annual Mayors Luncheon on Nov. 18.

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The team behind a new microbrewery in Burnsville say they’ve set their sights on becoming one of the best in the biz, but first they’ll face a challenging winter ahead amid the pandemic.

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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.