A Prior Lake church’s new outdoor, wood-fired oven will become a focal point for the broader community and a literal example of Christian teachings, its pastor and members said.
Halle, a 6-year-old female tortoiseshell/calico mix, sits and purrs on her foster dad’s lap and enjoys petting. She likes to play in the bathtub, drink from the faucet, and have French fries for treats. Halle has even caught a couple mice. She is a very smart, strong willed, independent cat.…
Is your cat lonely and would like a buddy? Speedy enjoys the company of cats, hasn’t met dogs, and is best with calm kids over age 5. Speedy is a male brown tabby with white that was born in May 2017. The past owner could not care for him so he is looking for a patient family that will allow…
T he sun was shining brightly on the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community’s annual Wacipi celebration. Hundreds of dancers — more than 850 of them — came together to dance, compete and celebrate Aug. 18-20. (tncms-asset)87a2ca2c-852f-11e7-8b21-00163ec2aa77(/tncms-asset)
Rosemma Lafferty of Shakopee carefully applied red paint beside her eyes, staring unwaveringly into the wall-length mirror of the dance studio at Dakotah! Sport and Fitness on Aug. 9.
Diana Kaiser stood in her yard at 9:30 a.m. on Aug. 10. She was wearing a fleece pullover — it was an unseasonably cool morning — and holding a cigarette loosely in one hand.
A lot of children want similar things when they’re 3 years old. Some want to be ballerinas, others want to be astronauts, or teachers. Lily Fluharty of Prior Lake wanted something a little different.
The Prior Lake Players will return with their fall production: "Harvey," a play by Mary Chase about a man named Elwood P. Dowd and his best friend: a six-foot tall, invisible rabbit named Harvey. Lisa Johnson and Thomas Renner will be co-directing.
The Prior Lake City Council unanimously approved the final PUD for the Trillium Cove development during its July 10 meeting, without comment. A public hearing on the final plan took place on June 19.
Afternoons last week at Holy Trinity United Methodist Church in Prior Lake were busy as 26 kids took over the campus for vacation Bible school.
Marc Thompson, 44, of Prior Lake, was the first cancer survivor to finish the Hope in Motion 5K in Saint Paul on Sunday, June 4. More than 600 cancer survivors and their families, friends, caregivers and healthcare professionals participated.
Friendship Church is now accepting elementary-aged kids for Friendship’s Vacation Bible School, 17741 Fairlawn Ave., Prior Lake, 9:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. on June 19-23.
More information To learn more about the Humanitarian Services for the Children of Vietnam, or how to donate to the cause, visit www.hscv.org.
This year, St. Paul’s Lutheran School isn’t just saying goodbye to a crop of graduating students. Jennifer Hart, a beloved teacher, is also moving on. She got a warm goodbye and a standing ovation at the graduation ceremony last week.
Camila Gardner, a 35-year-old single mom originally from Brazil, has lived in Prior Lake for almost 13 years now. These days, she runs her own daycare out of her home.
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