The 44th annual Chaska River City Days is right around the corner.
Alex Chhith is a staff reporter at the Chaska Herald. In her spare time, she enjoys walking her dogs (Cody and Sam), catching up on the Game of Thrones and finding new restaurants. Follow her on Twitter @AlexChhith.
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Water quality in lakes has been a concern for state and local officials, following weeks of frequent rains.
The new Jonathan pavilion will be a bit different than rendered here, with a red roof, cream-colored steel beams and pillars surrounded by brick.
A new pavilion will once again sit along the south shore of Lake Grace, by the end of November.
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Firemen’s Clayhole has reopened.
The Eastern Carver County School District has been listening to Chaska parents ask for change, following a series of racial incidents that att…
The beach at Firemen’s Clayhole has been closed based on the level of E. Coli found.