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Flood: More of the same
On and on and on and on and on and on. That describes the current river level, as reported by the National Weather Service. At 7 a.m., Friday, the river at Jordan measured 28.73 ; yesterday it measured 28.77; the day before that it was 28.76; and the day before that it measured 28.81. You get the idea. However, a sustained river level means it isn’t rising. So hopefully, Highway 41 will remain open, and the Jordan and Shakopee river crossings ...
Public notices from the April 7, 2011 Chaska Herald
Are you interested in reading the public notices published in the April 7, 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.
GA students connect with Chile
By Chuck Friedbauer Differences between two cultures may be complex, but they become much simpler through a child’s eyes. “They seemed a little but like us and a little bit different,” said second-grade student Alex Janey. “Their skin was a little more tan than ours.” Janey and his classmates at Guardian Angels Catholic School recently began exploring those similarities and differences through a program that allows them to see and talk with ot...
MnDOT hopes to improve commutes during high water
By Mollee Francisco & Mark W. Olson When the Highway 41 river crossing opened south of downtown Chaska earlier this week, it couldn’t come soon enough for commuters. Over the last two years, the highway 41 and 101 river crossings have closed three times due to the high waters of the Minnesota River – resulting in almost 50 days of blocked commutes. Most commuters making the trek between Carver and Scott counties were instead shuffled over to o...
Public Health Week proclaimed
The Carver County Board of Commissioners, acting as the Community Health Board, recently proclaimed the week of April 4-10 as Public Health Week in Carver County. The proclamation honors the dedicated professionals who work to create a safer and healthier community in Carver County, according to a Carver county press release. The work of the county’s public health staff revolves around the national public health theme “Prevent. Promote. Protec...
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