Patty Gilk hesitated, then relented. She would tell her story. This is how she was introduced to CBD products, made from cannabis-derived oil called cannabidiol (CBD) from the hemp plant. Unlike its cousin marijuana, CBD does not contain THC, therefore, it doesn’t produce a high.
If a Hennepin County resident asked to see what the supply of prescription painkillers looked like, per person, in their county between 2006 and 2012, they would have 168 pills laid out in front of them for that seven-year period.
Under rainy skies, around 150 people came to Purgatory Creek Park in Eden Prairie to run, walk and remember those who lost their lives to distracted driving at the 12th annual Raksha Vigil and 5K Run, held by the Shreya R. Dixit Memorial Foundation on Aug. 10.
WAYZATA — The sturgeon known to some as Lou is still lurking in the Minnehaha Creek, which has more people speculating about where the fish came from.
VICTORIA – Construction of a unique integrated residential facility that will combine seniors and independent adults with developmental disabilities is scheduled to begin this month in Victoria.
ORONO — The case against a woman who was charged with illegally renting out her Lake Minnetonka dock and Orono home has been resolved.
EDINA — Southwest News Media has been tracking a sturgeon fish swimming through west metro waters recently and now, what could be the same fish, has been spotted once again.
Judy Erdahl may not live to attend the 2019 Midwest Metastatic Breast Cancer Conference this November, that she founded with a friend in 2017. But she’s at peace with that.
Savage resident Todd Millenacker, 40, was reading a book on Mount Everest when he thought it really can’t be that hard.
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 Minnesota Landscape Arboretum in Chanhassen restored a "hunk of aluminum parts” back into a modern work of art.
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.
Water ran hot at the Shakopee City Council meeting on July 2, when council members and staff discussed Shakopee Public Utilities water rates.
Three Lotus Lake residents took issue with the Chanhassen City Council and the city for not issuing an emergency “no wake” ordinance over the Fourth of July holiday.
It’s peak summer, and there should be stalls of colorful produce lining the farmers’ markets of the southwest metro.
Revelers celebrated the United States' 243rd year with pride and hope for the country's future, though some local residents said the feeling was tinged with sadness over government actions toward immigrants and other issues.
Can Chanhassen’s Lotus Lake accommodate wake surfing, as well as other recreational watercraft, fishing and swimming?
Glenn Kaufmann will serve as grand marshal of this year’s Fourth of July parade in downtown Chanhassen.
When Shakopee Police Chief Jeff Tate tells people Shakopee crime is down by more than eight percentage points since 1998, they don’t believe him.
Coming to the U.S., and specifically to Chanhassen, was a revelation for Ariq Ramdhany, 16, of Semarang, Indonesia.
Being selected by your peers as Chanhassen Firefighter of the Year is a pretty good sign you’re well-liked and respected, and you’ve proven to be a hard worker, trustworthy and an example of the department’s values.
Jeannie Hurley, 18, never sewed a stitch until she joined the Chanhassen High School drama club two years ago. There, she discovered an interest in theater design and costumes.
The Chanhassen Fire Department inducted four new firefighters to its ranks on June 17 in its traditional “Black Hat Ceremony.”
When Kayla Casciano and Alex Heroff met their puppy, Minnie, it was love at first sight. The couple of nine years took her home that same day in December 2018.
Stop by the Canterbury Park horse stables on a weekday morning, and you’d think you were in a different town. Trainers and groomsmen massage the calves of their horses, and jockeys nod their helmets as they ride past. Trucks glide through the dirt, kicking smoke in the air and into the nostr…
The owner of Whiskey Inferno in Savage read the June 6 Villager article about his interest in opening a restaurant in Chanhassen, at the former Applebee's site.
Taleisha Hilder, 15, of Melbourne, Australia just spent the past nine months studying in the U.S., enrolled as a ninth-grader at Holy Family Catholic High School in Victoria.
MINNEAPOLIS — A new Minneapolis Institute of Art exhibit gives an unprecedented glimpse of Native American women’s history and present: their skills, their loss, their ties to one another and the rest of the world.
Historic flooding on the Mississippi River is bringing record-breaking delays to the year’s barge season for Savage businesses along the Minnesota River, several business officials said.
Chanhassen Park and Recreation Director Todd Hoffman recently led a group of city officials on a walk through the future Lake Ann Park expansion.
A sensory room is a quiet, calming space where a student with overwhelming feelings or emotions can retreat, decompress, and divert or still the mind.
ORONO — The Orono Police Department is the second in the state to give young adults with disabilities the opportunity to serve on the force as junior cadets.
The Shakopee Public Utilities Commission estimated the water capacity charge for the recently approved splash pad at Lions Park would be $211,000 — a price tag that left City Administrator Bill Reynolds scratching his head.
Kurt Rademacher wants high school students to know that not everyone has to get a four-year college degree to find a good job with good pay.
Letters of recommendations from politicians, a physical assessment by a medical review board and impressive academic standing — those are some of the qualifications Chaska students had to fulfill to be accepted into military schools.
JORDAN — Supper clubs were once the kings of dining in the upper Midwest, dotting the edges of small towns across Minnesota long before the advent of chain restaurants, fast food and brewpubs.
- Burnsville-Eagan-Savage officials to decide on school closures before year's end
- Four charged in connection to motorcyclist shooting incident in Carver
- Jordan announces the opening of Grassmann Park ninja course
- Felony and misdemeanor charges filed against Prior Lake city manager
- Chaska's Pat Smith is the last man standing
- Valleyfair announces 'largest ever event' coming in 2020
- Minnesota's Largest Candy Store maintains sense of humor in wake of crash
- Class B Baseball: Chanhassen wins in a ninth-inning walk-off
- Prior Lake city manager on leave following domestic assault arrest
- Hoċokata Ti: Mdewakanton Community opens cultural center, museum