Updated at 10:42 a.m. Saturday.
An upcoming blood drive aims to both draw in needed donations while fostering a little friendly competition along the way.
At a recent Eagle Scout Court of Honor, Scouts BSA Troop 619 in Shakopee celebrated with another Eagle Scout, according to a news release from the troop. Aidan Bergerson from Troop 619 was recognized for achieving scouting’s highest honor.
Minnesota Valley Transit Authority will now offer rides to Valleyfair, Canterbury Park, Mystic Lake Casino Hotel and the Mall of America.
Amid the record-breaking heat so far in June, Shakopee Public Utilities is requesting customers adhere to watering restrictions.
Grab your fanny pack, your comfy walking shoes and be prepared to ditch the silverware for foods served on a stick the last 12 days of summer.
The Scott Soil and Water Conservation District will host a free Native Prairie webinar next month and it's open to the public.
Most days, Julie Hilden heads west along Chaska’s Big Woods Boulevard, turning onto an unpaved driveway to about an acre of her personal oasis: a hayloft, a saddle shed, a wooden fence and a 20-something-year-old Rocky Mountain quarter horse named Spirit.
Residents are invited to share their thoughts and opinions regarding life in Shakopee as part of the city's 2021 community-wide survey, according to a news release from the city of Shakopee.
Construction started last week on the Xcel Energy Mountain Bike Park at Quarry Lake Park in Shakopee, according to a news release from the city.
Charles Webber was appointed District Court Judge in Minnesota's First Judicial District by Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz, according to an April 6 release from Walz's office.
The Downtown Shakopee Farmers Market will now include a maker’s market with locally-created arts and crafts. The markets will run this year every Friday, from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., June 4 through Oct. 29, according to a Shakopee Chamber of Commerce announcement.
Shakopee Parks and Recreation, the Scott County Sheriff’s Office and the Shakopee Police Department will host a crime awareness event for residents and their furry friends called Bark in the Park from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. May 15 at Lion’s Park, which is designed to help dog walkers become more…
The Shakopee City Council approved the development of an Alternative Urban Areawide Review with a master plan for 500 acres of land between County Road 42 and Valley View Road, citing the possibility of more than 1,000 new construction homes if the land was built out.
Plans are now underway for the fifth annual Scott County Fast Track Challenge, an annual event that helps new businesses in the county find their road to success.
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.
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