Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz announced Monday that Hy-Vee will be added to the expanding network of pharmacies vaccinating residents across the state, according to a news release from the governor’s office.
The Scott County Sheriff’s Office was selected as a recipient of the 2020 Guardians of the Flame Award, according to a news release from the office. This award is normally presented at the annual Minnesota Sheriff’s Association Conference but was postponed due to the pandemic. The award was …
Remember the beginning of quarantine? Back when everyone was attempting to make sourdough bread, learning a new instrument or trying a new workout routine?
Shakopee resident Anne Meurer was elected chairwoman of the Scott County GOP on Feb. 1, replacing outgoing chairman Joseph Ditto, who did not run for reelection.
Monday's Minnesota Department of Health COVID-19 vaccine pilot program announcement for Minnesotans aged 65 and older brought out questions and concerns for many on social media.
Southern Valley Alliance (SVA) is the recipient of a Minnesota COVID Food Fund Grant from Hunger Solutions Minnesota. With the grant, SVA was able to purchase hygiene supplies and diapers to distribute to victims of domestic violence in Scott and Carver counties.
SouthWest Transit is now providing on-demand transit service in and out of Shakopee, according to a news release from the city of Shakopee.
Stocking Target’s shelves in early 2020 was mostly routine for Lori Blackketter. She’d replenish the grocery section, helping out customers by reading their lips or using a phone to write notes back and forth.
Christmas tree farms across the state opened the day after Thanksgiving to a rush of families ready to kick off the holiday season. But instead of picking a pre-cut tree this year, considering trying something new — chopping it down yourself.
Susan Timmerman’s foster cat had kittens just a few days before lockdowns began in March — and after her office quarantined, she was left at home with her own three cats, the mama cat and her seven kittens.
The Shakopee Police Department will host a blood drive Wednesday, Dec. 30 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the police department, 475 Gorman St. in Shakopee.
The sumac leaves have turned burgundy and prairie grass has transformed into golden waves. Overhead, flocks of migratory birds head south.
The Shakopee Community Center will open to non-members by reservation starting Thursday, Oct. 1, according to a recent city announcement.
President and CEO of the Shakopee Chamber of Commerce Angie Whitcomb was elected to serve on the board of the Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives, according to a news release.
The city of Shakopee was listed in Money Magazine as the 30th best city to live in the U.S., according to a report released Sept. 22.
After almost exactly two years, the U.S. Highway 169 and State Highway 41/County Road 78 interchange is wrapping up construction.
Signup is now open to request the free mail-out literacy packets for preschool and early elementary from the Scott County Library, according to a news release.
The city of Shakopee is calling photographers to enter their best Shakopee photos into the 2020 Show off Shakopee photo contest.
The Kentucky Derby — which usually takes place the first Saturday in May — has been postponed to Saturday, Sept. 5.
Erik Mortensen, a Republican candidate running for the Minnesota House District 55A seat, has been endorsed by the Scott County GOP, according to a press release from the organization. The endorsement came after Mortensen defeated Bob Loonan in the Aug. 11 Republican primary with 55% of the …
Sever’s Fall Festival has teamed up with Minnesota artist Brian Sobaski to bring an outdoor drive-thru storytime event called “Sever’s Stories, Riddles & Rhymes” to the festival grounds in Shakopee, according to a news release from the festival.
If there was no pandemic, 21-year-old Colton McArdell would be spending his summer out of the house: swimming, bowling, going to church, riding his bike or hanging out with friends.
The city of Shakopee was among five cities in the state to be awarded a City of Excellence honor through the League of Minnesota Cities for outstanding programs or projects, according to a recent press release.
Beginning Monday, July 20, all Scott County Library locations will reopen with limited express services, according to a news release from the county.
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