Can the Shakopee softball team make another run at the Section 2AAAA title this spring?
Joel Makem pinned down one more top award, this one from the Minnesota Wrestling Coaches Association.
Don’t let the name fool you: for enthusiasts of the antique and retro, the stuff found at Junk Bonanza is anything but. The three-day shopping event includes food, activities, prizes and plenty of indoor vintage shopping.
It is an honor to serve my neighbors in District 54B in St. Paul. As we approach halftime in the 2023 legislative session, I wanted to provide you with an update of where we stand at the Capitol.
A commercial fishing business contracted by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources captured 30 invasive carp March 23 in Pool 6 of the Mississippi River, near Winona.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Tuesday afternoon to celebrate the opening of the newly relocated Family Resource Center in Shakopee.
Scott County approved an updated sponsorship agreement with Shakopee Public Schools for its Human Services Academy during its Tuesday board meeting.
More than 700 cereal boxes were lined up and knocked over “domino style” at Shakopee Area Catholic School during its second annual cereal domino challenge Friday, March 17.
Cooper Simpson earned the opportunity to test his skills against some of the top teenage skaters in the country.
It’s tough to ignore what Haley Zelen accomplished in the pool in her standout career for the Shakopee girls swimming team.
Culture Fest returns to Shakopee High School next week after months of preparation by students.
Crime in Shakopee in 2022 reached a 30-year low, according to the Shakopee Police Department’s annual activity report.
After 40 years of performances, the Shakopee Knights of Columbus will present the final shows of “The Passion of Jesus in Music, Word & Light” next week.
The Shakopee City Council on March 7 approved a grant agreement from the Minnesota Department of Transportation for the city’s Highway 169 pedestrian bridge project.
The Schleper name is synonymous with baseball in Shakopee — hence Joe Schelper Stadium at Tahpah Park.
Should the state legislature set a minimum wage for non licensed school employees?
It’s now that special time of year where temperatures are below freezing at night and above freezing during the day, creating the perfect conditions for naturalists and hobbyists alike to collect sap for maple syrup production.
The Shakopee boys basketball team picked the wrong time for a letdown.
The Shakopee Youth Hockey Association will have free clinics this summer for boys and girls who want to learn what it takes to play in high school.
Editor's note: This article was first published in August 2021. Grant passed away on Saturday, March 11, 2023, at the age of 95.
A kind gesture caught on camera at Sabbai’s The Donut Hole in Shakopee has been viewed millions of times in the last month through a viral video.
Students from Shakopee’s West and East Middle Schools joined together to perform “James and the Giant Peach” last weekend.
Last winter, Shakopee had one individual state champion in the first-ever sanctioned Minnesota State High School League girls state wrestling tournament.
AJ Smith and Leo Tukhlynovych were looking to end their Shakopee wrestling team careers winning a state title.
Landon Vaupel and Bennett Burfeind saw their careers come to a close on the Shakopee boys swimming team at state.
Prior Lake police were called to Mystic Lake Casino and Hotel on Friday after a man pointed a gun at security personnel, according to police.
Hunters harvested about 170,000 deer during the 2022 deer hunting season, a lower total harvest than in recent years.
Local jockey Alex Canchari, who lived in Shakopee and raced professionally at Canterbury Park, has died.
Shakopee Rotary has started collecting donations from the community for the return of its annual “Shakopee Celebrates Reading” event.
Scott County is increasing the number of staffed hours at a reentry home and halfway house in Prior Lake — bringing the capacity of the controversial home in line with a similar facility in Shakopee.
The Shakopee girls basketball team had a chance for an upset in the Section 2AAAA quarterfinals March 1.
The Shakopee City Council renewed a five-year agreement to sponsor, in partnership with Scott County, the Human Services Academy within Shakopee Public Schools.
In-person absentee voting began Feb. 24 for the Shakopee City Council special election.
A man is asking the public for help searching for his dog that went missing from a Shakopee pet boarding business on Saturday, Feb. 18.
The Shakopee boys hockey team finally got its first playoff win as a Class 2A program, but that’s all it would get.
Spearers, anglers and bowfishers will be allowed to keep up to 10 gar — the toothy, prehistoric fish native to Minnesota waters — starting March 1 when a new gar possession limit is in effect on all Minnesota inland and border waters.
The Shakopee wrestling team will have nearly half of the weight classes covered at state.
The Shakopee boys swimming team faced some top competition in the Section 2AA pool Feb. 24-25 at the Eden Prairie Community Center.
Elko Speedway's 58th season of racing is scheduled to start May 27.
Editor's note: Southwest News Media will provide online updates pertaining to this week's winter weather here. Check back for closures and other developments.
Shakopee Police Chief Jeff Tate is one of 11 public safety officers to join the newly created Public Safety Council for the Police Assisted Addiction and Recovery Initiative.
The Shakopee City Council accepted various state grants, spending awards and donations during its Feb. 7 council meeting.
Junior Kaelyn Ambuehl was back on the state trails at Giants Ridge in Biwabik for the second time in three seasons for the Burnsville-Shakopee Nordic ski team.
The Shakopee girls basketball team snapped its eight-game losing streak, but the tough stretch continues.
For the first time in a dozen years, the Shakopee wrestling team was not in the section title match.
Canterbury Park announced earlier this month that four outdoor concerts will take place at the park’s open air grandstand this summer.
It was a cool and crisp 26 degrees at the 2023 Prior Lake Polar Plunge held at Sand Point Beach on Saturday, Feb. 18 — perfect for plunging in the frozen lake to benefit Special Olympics Minnesota.
“So we’re doing the Polar Plunge Saturday?”
The Shakopee boys hockey team ended the regular season with two straight losses.
Shakopee Chamber members gathered at Turtle’s 1890 Social Centre Tuesday morning to discuss upcoming events planned for downtown in 2023.
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