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Public notices from the July 21, 2011 Chaska Herald
Are you interested in reading the public notices published in the July 21, 2011 print edition of the Chaska Herald newspaper? The page or pages on which those notices were printed are attached to this item, in the form of .pdf’s that can be opened with Adobe Acrobat.
11 in a row
The Chaska Cubs have won 11 games in a row. They take that streak into tonight's clash with Savage. Get the scoop on .
Your teenager can finally take that driving test
The Minnesota Department of Public Safety Driver and Vehicle Services division (DVS) will offer most services beginning Thursday. Technicians spent most of the day Wednesday restoring computer systems necessary for processing driver’s licenses and vehicle registrations, according to a DPS press release. All people with a road test scheduled for July 21 and beyond will be able to take their test at the scheduled time. Anyone who had a test sche...
Into the wild
by Mollee Francisco
In 2008, neighbors Sean Bloomfield and Colton Witte graduated from Chaska High School early to take off on a 2,200-mile canoe trip starting in Chaska and ending at York Factory on the shores of Hudson Bay. When the arrived back in Chaska after their 49-day adventure, the two couldn’t help but think ahead to what they could do to next. Three years later, they’re ready to challenge themselves again- both physically and mentally – by spending a m...
Feeling hot, hot hot
by Mollee Francisco
Just how unusual is this steamy weather we've been experiencing? We asked local weather observer Greg Boe about how this string of hot days measures up historically: "Strings of 90+ degree days such as this do not happen every year, but we have had a few occurrences over the last 10 years. "In July of 2005, for example, we saw five consecutive days (and 12 out of 15) with 90+ for a high temperature. "In July/August of 2006, we had a streak of ...
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