Everyone knows Sever's as being home to corn mazes and fall fun, but new this year is its holiday lights display.
The Shakopee Rotary Club, one of Shakopee’s great organizations, once again hosted their senior luncheon which was held at Turtle’s Social Centre on Nov. 12. In addition to the senior citizens that were invited by a Rotarian, many residents from St. Gertrude's, Friendship Manor and All Saint…
In light of a recent string of business burglaries across rural Scott County, Minnesota's Largest Candy Store, inline with their signature tongue-in-cheek brand, is prepared to defend their premises with a significant boost in security.
The Shakopee Police Department responded to and provided summaries for the following incidents Nov. 7-12. The Valley News does not include a comprehensive list of calls to which the department responded. Incidents are included here based on severity, impact on public safety or other factors.
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A 21-year-old Prior Lake woman faces three felony first-degree burglary charges and a felony assault charge after allegedly attacking her former and current boyfriends in two separate incidents last Sunday.
Late Monday evening, CenterPoint Energy received several customer calls about low gas pressure. Social media started to explode with stories about cold houses and stoves that didn’t work.
Canterbury Park submitted its 2020 racing dates to the Minnesota Racing Commission for approval of a 65-day season beginning May 15, according to a news release from the racing venue. If approved, the 2020 racing season will begin 12 days later than usual.
Twin Cities Summer Jam officials announced Thursday the Zac Brown Band will headline the three-day music festival, slated for July 23-25, according to a news release.
Most days I don’t pay much attention to what I wear. It’s one of the perks of working at home — I don’t have to dress to impress. I probably wear 10% of my wardrobe 90% of the time. My favorite jeans, a handful of faded T-shirts, and two comfortable sweatshirts get the most wear.
When Robert Van Bergen waited at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport for the second time to spend eight more months in Vietnam, he was certain that this time around, he was going to die. At 19 years old, he had seen more through his eager eyes than most people would care to see in…
Three years ago, Tokata Learning Center students Alicia Mason and Diego Paquette Ten Bear were on the cusp of dropping out of high school. That was before Mason got pregnant.
The Shakopee mountain bike team wrapped up its season with on one of the toughest courses they will ride at Mount Kato in Mankato.
Starting later this month, the walking and running track at the Shakopee High School Field House will be open to the community, according to a news release from Shakopee Public Schools.
Elizabeth Bade, of Shakopee, received her first white coat and stethoscope at the University of Minnesota Medical School’s Duluth Campus White Coat Ceremony, held on Friday, Aug. 16, inside the Marshall Performing Arts Center.
In the Nov. 9 edition of the Shakopee Valley News, Autumn Raw wrote that Shakopee “must declare a climate emergency” due to a river that floods and encroaches every single year.
A district judge’s ruling in the Minnesota Renaissance Festival rape case could undermine the victim’s credibility and violate state law, the Scott County Attorney’s Office told the Minnesota Court of Appeals last week.
State troopers responded to a crash involving a dump truck and tractor trailer just before 6:50 a.m. Tuesday, according to a public information officer with the Minnesota State Patrol.
About 600 homes and businesses in downtown Shakopee experienced a gas service shutdown Monday night, leaving many without heat, according to a statement from CenterPoint Energy.
Former Shakopee School Board member Mary Romansky has died at the age of 63, according to a funeral home obituary published online Nov. 11.
Shakopee Schools Assistant Superintendent David Orlowsky presented on the final two middle school rezoning options for the 2020-2021 school year to parents and family members on Oct. 29 and Nov. 7.
Across from the Scott County Jail in Shakopee sits a single-level building discreet enough to go unnoticed by most passersby.
BURNSVILLE — Three men face felony aggravated first-degree robbery charges after authorities said they entered a jewelry store in Burnsville carrying sledgehammers, ordered employees and customers onto the ground, smashed jewelry cases and took off in a stolen van loaded with jewelry and diamonds.
Former Shakopee Minnesota House District 55A representative Bob Loonan announced Nov.7 he will run for the seat again in the 2020 election. Loonan and incumbent Rep. Brad Tabke, D-Shakopee, are the only candidates who have officially announced they will be running in next year’s election.
Ian Harris of Savage designs clothes, but his recent creation likely won’t show up on the fashion runways of Paris. It could instead save the lives of avalanche victims.
Later this month, on Nov. 14, Turtle’s Bar and Grill in Shakopee will be hosting an event to raise awareness and prevent suicide among the community’s law enforcement officers and firefighters as part of a campaign called Wrestling for Life.
I like to read books. On busy days, I might only get to read for 15 minutes or so, while on other days I’m lucky enough to squeeze in an hour or two. I wouldn’t call myself a prolific reader because I read painfully slow. I write fast, but read slow.
Zuppa Cucina in Shakopee was burglarized around 2:30 a.m. Thursday morning, according to Shakopee Police Capt. Craig Robson.
The Shakopee City Council recognized Police Capt. Craig Robson, who will retire Nov. 30, for his 28 years of service within the department at its Wednesday meeting this week.
Tucked in a corner across from an ice cream shop at Keg and Case Market in St. Paul is a wooden shop that looks like a dry bar in your rich uncle’s basement. Shelves are lined with bottled drinks called Switchel Fizz, and customers can walk up to a keg to pour themselves a bubbly sample of e…
When we think of leadership, without giving it a lot of thought, many of us tend to think of powerful speakers. Certainly, having terrific speaking skills is an asset for a leader. And, certainly, great speeches have motivated groups to accomplish great feats. Think General MacArthur, Winsto…
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