One of the common aspects of being a military veteran and an attorney is that I have a duty to respect and uphold the Constitution of the United States. Every candidate for public office also has a duty to respect and uphold the Constitution.
A New Market Township woman has been arrested on suspicion of first-degree assault and second-degree intentional attempted murder, the Scott County Sheriff's Office said Friday.
Looking for a fun way to pass the time this winter? The Minnesota Landscape Arboretum in Chanhassen has just the thing. Give snowshoeing on the Arboretum’s eight miles of trails a try.
I am no stranger to winter weather. After all, I do live in the frozen northland. So, I really didn’t think much about it when I went out the other day to photograph some owls.
The City of Burnsville will pay over $97,000 to former City Manager Melanie Mesko Lee under a separation agreement authorized by the Burnsville City Council this week.
On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the Rotary Club of Prior Lake and their partners hosted more than 100 community members at the inaugural Martin Luther King Jr. Day Breakfast and Celebration at Prior Lake High School.
The Prior Lake girls Alpine ski team ruled the slopes in a South Suburban Conference competition Jan. 18 at Buck Hill.
Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools announced it will continue with distance learning through Friday, Jan. 21 due to a rise in positive COVID-19 cases.
Snowmobile trail conditions vary throughout Minnesota but, in areas where there’s good snow, riders have been getting out with gusto.
In reviewing the Laker Connection from January 2022 I note we have yet another letter from Superintendent Staloch regarding racist videos and comments made by some students directed at other students.
Each year on the third Monday of January, our nation observes Martin Luther King Jr. Day to learn about and reflect on the life and legacy of Dr. King. This year’s observance takes on extra special meaning as our district hosts Prior Lake Rotary’s first annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Brea…
The Burnsville-Eagan-Savage District is preparing to ration milk at school lunch amid growing shortages in the paper carton supply chain.
The Prior Lake-Savage Area School Board discussed it’s latest Back-to-School Safe Learning Plan at it’s first meeting of the new year on Monday, Jan. 10.
Gretchen Moen remembers the differences between the work she found in pediatrics and her father’s work as a small town general practitioner.
School districts across Minnesota shifted to distance learning this week amid unprecedented student absences and staffing shortages driven by the pandemic.
Local leaders are taking a closer look at how recreational marijuana might impact communities as the nation’s trend toward adult-use legalization is forecasted to reach Minnesota in the coming years.
Last season, the Burnsville girls hockey team won their last 10 regular season games, claimed the South Suburban Conference title and earned the No. 1 seed in Section 3AA.
More than 600 students in the Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools District tested positive or were quarantined for COVID-19 between Jan. 3-10 as students and staff return from winter break Tuesday, prompting the district to shift to distance learning beginning Thursday, Jan. 13.
A 24-year-old Elko New Market man is charged with second-degree murder after he allegedly killed his neighbor with a hammer during an argument this month.
Minnesota health officials on Friday warned of what's to come as the state enters what's predicted to be the most intense stages of the Omicron surge.
Amid a tight labor market and changing industry dynamics heralded by the pandemic, local city and county associations are continuing efforts to repeal a Minnesota law capping the salary of local government employees.
Unicorns, narwhals, a pet panda bear and a dermatologist who goes to space are a few of the characters introduced on a new children’s music album written and recorded in Savage.
The Art Shanty Projects — which turns fish houses into art installations and puts them out on a frozen lake in Minnesota in January and February — returns to Lake Harriet (Bde Unma) in 2022 with health and safety changes.
Scott County Public Health will administer free COVID-19 tests at the Shakopee Library this month amid all-time high positivity rates.
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