Scott County snowmobile clubs’ annual landowner appreciation picnic scheduled for July has been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, the group announced this month.
Shakopee’s annual Night to Unite will return Aug. 4 with Shakopee Spirit-style neighborhood block parties and socially distanced gatherings, according to a news release from the city.
The last time Matt Benz sat on the cold leather seat of a Shakopee cop car, in 2016, he cried for the first time in years. He wasn’t unaccustomed to the feeling of being stuck inside the back of a squad car or having his wrists restrained by metal handcuffs. But this time felt different.
The Shakopee Parks and Recreation Department is preparing to reopen the Shakopee Community Center Monday, July 6, according to a recent announcement by the city.
Does accessing history mean leafing through stacks of ancient books in dusty libraries? Not unless you’re passing the pandemic watching “National Treasure” for the umpteenth time.
Shakopee City Hall will reopen to the public beginning Monday, June 1. The police department, public works building and Shakopee Ice Arena will also reopen for public business, accordng to a news release from the city.
Beginning Friday, May 22 the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum in Chanhassen will allow walking on designated areas of its grounds, with a reservation.
In adherence with Gov. Tim Walz’s directives, Shakopee veteran organizations have canceled all public-invited events scheduled for Memorial Day, Monday, May 25, a spokesperson said this week.
Townships residents with limited or no broadband internet access may soon get online thanks to a cost-sharing program between Scott County, Shakopee and several townships.
The Prior Lake-based nonprofit Sanya’s Hope for Children is only a few thousand dollars away from its $10,000 goal in a fundraiser for an area food shelf and crisis nursery, its founder said Thursday.
Golfing and other outdoor recreational activities are now allowed during the stay-at-home order, according to an executive order Gov. Tim Walz signed Friday, April 17.
A winter storm watch is in effect for the area from Sunday morning through Monday morning, according to the National Weather Service.
There are a total of 398 lab-confirmed COVID-19 cases in Minnesota – up 52 cases from March 26, according to the Minnesota Department of Health.
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz today signed Executive Order 20-02, authorizing the temporary closure of Minnesota K-12 public schools to students in order for school administrators and teachers to make long-term plans for the continuity of education and essential services during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The 39th production of “The Passion of Jesus in Music, Word & Light” will be presented on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March 19-21.
The city of Shakopee is making preparations for a possible outbreak of COVID-19, or the coronavirus, according to a Monday news release.
The Minnesota Supreme Court will convene at Shakopee High School on Wednesday, May 13, as part of a biannual program aimed at engaging students about the importance of the justice system and the work of Minnesota’s highest court, according to a news release from the Minnesota Judicial Branch.
Correction: An earlier version of this story misidentified the location of the DFL caucus. It will be held at Shakopee West Middle School.
Gather your coconuts and have ready a shrubbery: The Prior Lake Players' spring 2020 production is Monty Python's "Spamalot."
Prior Lake City Councilmember Kevin Burkart was elected vice chairman of the Minnesota Valley Transit Authority on Jan. 29, the organization recently announced.
The city of Shakopee received a $20,000 donation in rope rescue equipment from Rahr Malting Corporation in Shakopee, according to a Jan. 28 press release from the city.
The Shakopee Friends of the Library winter book sale is set for Feb. 27 to 29, and will raise money to sponsor library programs and events that are not funded by the city or county, according to a recent release.
State Sen. Eric Pratt, R-Prior Lake, received the Prior Lake-Spring Lake Watershed District’s first Clean Water Impact Award earlier this month, the district announced.
The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development awarded $5.34 million in grants to nine cities across Minnesota to clean up 11 contaminated sites approved for redevelopment — and Shakopee was one of them.
American Family Insurance recently donated $10,000 to the Community Action Partnership of Scott and Dakota Counties.
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