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    The new Tri City United school district continues to prepare for its debut this fall, recently filling the position of Assistant Principal/Activities Director. After receiving 65 applications for the position, school officials decided Greg Feddema …

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    24 Feb 12
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    The Minnesota Court of Appeals has the job of settling the crematory debate in Jordan, and the issue may come down to a battle over words. On Wednesday, the Jordan Community Action Group and attorneys …

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    23 Feb 12
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    A man from Savage has been arrested for the third time on domestic assault charges after allegedly hitting his wife with a chair, then threatening to kill her. James Wayne Herron, 38, is facing multiple …

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    23 Feb 12
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    A Le Center man’s burglary attempt was disrupted by an alert neighbor who witnessed the attempted break-in through her window and then called police. According to a criminal complaint, Daniel Isaac Rupert tried to break …

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    23 Feb 12
  • Chaska Dance Team is double champion at state tournament

    Jazz/funk and high kick aren’t exactly aerobics classes offered at your local gym. They’re competitive dance team categories, and at last weekend’s Minnesota State High School League state championships, the Chaska Hawks proved they were …

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    22 Feb 12
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    A former Shakopee teacher’s aide was sentenced in Dakota County District Court yesterday to 90 days in jail and 15 years of probation for performing sexual acts on a male student in her car behind …

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    22 Feb 12
  • Local Legislative Districts

    The Minnesota Supreme Court’s redistricting plan for House, Senate and Congressional districts will have a big impact on area cities and counties. Most of Shakopee will now be in House District 55A along with Louisville …

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    22 Feb 12
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    Although the evidence appears incriminating, a Shakopee man accused of growing large amounts of marijuana in his home has pleaded not guilty to an amended charge in Scott County Court. Tien Van Pham, 46, pleaded …

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    21 Feb 12