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On April 28, the dining room at Taco Loco was somber. A customer said goodbye to co-owner and manager Josue Mendez, thanking him for the time he’s spent in town. The dining room was full of customers wanting to enjoy the Mexican food for the last time. Cars filled the parking lot of a buildi…

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When you drive by the massive Rahr Corporation plant on the northwest edge of Shakopee, you may think you’ve hit the end of suburban development. The five-by-two-block campus looks like a grain elevator — seemingly out of place with the downtown shops, apartments and restaurants just down th…

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When you drive by the massive Rahr Corporation plant on the northwest edge of Shakopee, you may think you’ve hit the end of suburban development. The five-by-two-block campus looks like a grain elevator — seemingly out of place with the downtown shops, apartments and restaurants just down th…

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In the middle of the whirlwind that was 2020, we zoomed in on stories that made us laugh, stories that informed the public, and stories that gave the community a voice. Here were some of the stories — heavy and light — that helped paint the picture of 2020 in Shakopee.

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Anyone who has lived in Shakopee knows their city is growing by the day. And even though 2020 was the year of exceptions, this year, many major developments are still pressing on with plans to build in Shakopee. Here are some developments to keep an eye out for in 2021.