125 Years Ago
From the June 28, 1894 Scott County Argus
The brick work on the Jacob Ries buildings on First street is completed, and a glance up or down the street shows how great is the improvement both to the buildings themselves and to the entire block. The best (Schroeder’s) repress brick are laid in mortar of the same color, and with the plate-glass front, cut-stone and galvanized iron “trimmings” the building will compare favorably with any in town.
100 Years Ago
From the June 27, 1919 Shakopee Tribune
Local Legion Gets Chapter
The first meeting of the service men’s club under its new charter as a post of the American Legion was held at the courthouse Wednesday evening. The meeting being called to order, the members were informed by the president and secretary that the application of the club for a charter as a post of the American Legion had been granted, and that the charter had been received, and that it was designated as Post No. 2 of the Minnesota jurisdiction, No. 1 being at St. Paul. The officers of the old club will hold over until a new election can be held under the charter.
100 Years Ago
From the June 27, 1919 Scott County Argus
After July 1st L. E. Dawson will again resume management of the Gem theatre.
75 Years Ago
From the June 22, 1944 Shakopee Argus-Tribune
Miss Evelyn Huber returned to her duties as saleslady at the Bloss Variety Store, Monday after a week’s vacation. She spent several days of last week visiting among relatives and friends in Minneapolis and St. Paul.
50 Years Ago
From the June 26, 1969 Shakopee Valley News
City Agrees To Purchase Of Huber Property
Purchase of property at the corner of Holmes and Second Avenue from Dr. J. C. Huber of Shakopee was authorized in a “last hour” action of the Common Council of the City of Shakopee in coming to an amicable agreement with the owner just prior to scheduled trial proceedings in the Shakopee District Court on the owner’s appeal from condemnation instituted by the city…
The property, located at the southwest corner of Holmes and Second, lots eight, nine and 10, except the right-of-way of the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railway, in block 30, was previously designated as one of the sites in the city’s off-street parking program…
Possession was to be given upon making a down payment and then the city could level the site off and prepare temporary surfacing for a parking lot yet this year…
25 Years Ago
From the June 23, 1994 Shakopee Valley News
Consignment shop opens at city mall
Dwight and Sheri Kallembach of Shakopee have opened Kids Again, a consignment shop for children’s clothing and other items, at Shakopee Town Square.
The business accepts on consignment children’s clothing in sizes infants to 6x, as well as toys, room decor, bedding and equipment…
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