Great article by SPU Commissioner Mathew Meyer. The SPU Commission is doing its job. Large Shakopee developments are favored with Tax Increment Financing. Individuals and small developers are not.
Canterbury hall-of-fame jockey Dean Butler said when you ride enough horses, you’re going to get injured.
Join the Scott County Historical Society for an exciting and informative talk commemorating the anniversary of Womens’ Suffrage in Minnesota at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 8.
A Chaska man was sentenced to 45 days in county jail and three years probation for engaging in electronic communication relating to sexual contact with a child.
In his book, "How Civility Works," Syracuse political science professor Keith Bybee defines civility as “the baseline of respect that we owe one another in public life." Civility is a trait so appealing by definition that we ought to have figured it out in the 243 years of the United State’s…
Some Twin Cities Summer Jam concertgoers are requesting refunds for their VIP tickets, which ran from $600 to $1,200 for all three nights, after organizers said they opened up the VIP area to general admission ticket-holders to appease Steven Tyler of Aerosmith.
"Willy Wonka," a musical based on Roald Dahl's "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory," is currently in production at Stages Theater Company in Hopkins until August 4.
With a cocked hat, a dash of red lipstick, and vagabonds at her side, Davina Lozier has poured theatrical jazz into venues across the metro and world.
Despite the protest at Shakopee’s Amazon facility, which attracted nationwide attention towards working conditions at Amazon, Prime day was the largest shopping event in Amazon history, according to the company.
Last night kicked off this weekend's Twin Cities Summer Jam Festival, and the heat and humidity didn't stop an estimated 12,000 fans to dance to Soul Asylum, REO Speedwagon and Rascal Flatts.
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The three-week trial against the Shakopee daycare provider accused of inflicting life-threatening injuries on a 6-month-old baby in September 2017 continued this week.
The federal government should control the rising cost of insulin and continue paying for research into curing Type 1 diabetes, a Prior Lake teen with the disease recently told Minnesota’s members of Congress.
A friend suggested I write a column about kids spending more time on their iPads than playing sports. It got me wondering how kids, particularly teens, are spending their time. I also wondered if kids really do spend more time with electronics than sports, or if it’s just a perception.
The first year of college can be challenging for many students. The transition from high school to college can be daunting to some students. It’s a new routine with different expectations. It might possibly be a new environment in a different state.
The alleged victim in a rape near Jordan last year has made sexual assault allegations against four other people — two of them statutory rape cases in Iowa where the defendants pleaded guilty and the two other “stranger rapes” that were not prosecuted, according to police reports and court h…
The Shakopee day care provider on trial for allegedly inflicting life-threatening injuries on a 6-month-old baby in September 2017 continued today, when prosecutors called a daycare professional and child abuse doctor to the stand.
The Scott County Board approved a permit Tuesday, allowing Sever’s Fall Festival to set up shop in Louisville Township later this year.
The Shakopee Public Utilities Commission met Monday to discuss water utility rates and fees in light of recent scrutiny by City Administrator Bill Reynolds, who accused SPU of raising rates higher than what was recommended by their consultant.
A tornado warning has been issued for Scott County, effective until 7:45 p.m. Monday, according to the National Weather Service office in Chanhassen.
Thousands of spectators from around the Midwest danced, sang and screamed along with Brad Paisley, Joan Jett, Steve Miller and other rock and country musicians during Prior Lake’s 10th annual Lakefront Music Fest in Lakefront Park on July 12 and 13.
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Water ran hot at the Shakopee City Council meeting on July 2, when council members and staff discussed Shakopee Public Utilities water rates.
Minnesota Reading Corps tutor Ruth Koob received The President’s Volunteer Service Gold Award for her tutoring at Sun Path Elementary in Shakopee, where she has been a reading tutor for four years and was awarded for serving more than 6,500 hours collectively.
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