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About: shakopee, minnesota

Located southwest of Minneapolis Shakopee stands along the south of the Minnesota River. The city is named for Chief Shakopee of the Dakota tribe. Today the Mystic Lake Casino is located on the Shakopee Mdwakan Reservation. Burial mounds remain a popular historic site in the area. Today the city is known for its Valleryfair amusement park and horse racing at Canterbury Park. Recently the city was mentioned in a line in the Disney Pixar movie Cars.

Population: 33460
Local Newspapers: The Shakopee Valley News
Local Sports Teams:
Local Colleges: Minnesota School of Business

Zip Codes associated with shakopee, minnesota: 55379
Towns/Cities near shakopee, minnesota : Chaska Chanhassen Eden Prarie Prior Lake Savage Carver

Shakopee News
South metro news briefs: Inver Grove Heights to add first police dog

The Inver Grove Heights City Council tentatively agreed to allot $33,000 in the city's 2018 budget toward four months' salary for an additional police officer at its Dec. 4 work session. The following spring, the department intends to buy and train its first police dog.

South metro blotter, Dec. 10

An officer responded to a home in Valley Green Park on a woman's report of a 2-year-old neighbor boy at the caller's house. When the officer arrived, the boy had returned home.

CSKT member Dana Hewankorn awarded scholarship

Prior Lake, MN The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community and the University of Minnesota announced the newest class of scholarship recipients for the SMSC Endowed Scholarship program.

Remember When

Early 1900s photo of original St Mark's School which was built in 1883. The two-story brick building also housed the convent.

Traffic Round-Up: Plan for Icy AM Commute to Take Extra Time

Due to ice- and snow-covered roads, drivers will want to plan for extra time on their routes Tuesday morning. KSTP Traffic Reporter Josie Smith said road conditions in the metro area are relatively poor due to layers of ice and snow sticking to highways, ramps and side streets.

Tough Love: Heroin Addict Turns Life Around With Help of Judge

Tough love helped turn a heroin addict's life around after Jennifer Jensen appeared before Judge Chris Wilton in 2014. Many would have dismissed 24-year-old Jensen as a hopeless case, but the stern belief Wilton, who sits as a drug treatment court judge in Shakopee, Minnesota, helped her reach a new milestone on Friday: 33-months clean and a healthy 3-year-old son by her side, CBS News noted .

Tough love, and a lasting friendship

As a drug treatment court judge in Shakopee, Minn., the Honorable Chris Wilton has seen some pretty desperate cases, but none moreso than the heroin addict who first appeared before him in the spring of 2014 named Jennifer Jensen.

South metro news briefs: Rosemount debuts interactive citizen comment map

Rosemount recently debuted its citizen comment map, an online tool allowing residents to offer comments about the city linked to geography. Rosemount initially designed the map to help with the city's comprehensive plan process, but it is now a regular feature on the city's website at ci.rosemount.mn.us .

Dr. Meals ending tenure at Mayo

As Dr. Sam Meals, left, has delivered his last baby at Mayo Clinic Health System in Fairmont, Dr. Jonathan Buchholz, right, is just getting started. Dr. Sam Meals didn't keep track of the number of babies he delivered during his medical career - he estimates it to be upwards of 5,000 - but he remembers the first one and the last one.

Beneath the freeway

A young couple walks, and their daughter rides, on the Minnesota River Valley State Trail where it shares pavement with Crest Avenue beneath U.S. Highway 169's Bloomington Ferry Bridge in Shakopee on Sunday, Nov. 26. The trail starts in Bloomington, crosses the Minnesota River, enters Savage, then goes into Shakopee as it nears the freeway bridges. The trail eventually reaches Chaska and Jordan.

Brian O'shea (CEO of Striker-Pierce and Thane Andrus, LLC) Appeared...

Brian O'Shea, CEO & Senior Investigator at Striker Pierce Investigations on Tribal Courts Decisions affecting Native and Non-Native American rights Shakopee Tribal Courts, run by Non-native American Lawyers paid by the tribe, are essentially passing judgments that flagrantly disregard the rights of Native and Non-Native Americans."

South metro news briefs: Shakopee namesake to welcome visitors

Shakopee will unveil a statue Tuesday of its namesake, Chief Sakpe, as part of a historic downtown improvement project to honor the city's heritage. The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community provided a $50,000 grant to help restore the artwork they found in storage depicting Chief Sakpe, leader of a Mdewakanton Dakota village in the mid-1800s.

Woman faces charges in stabbing

A Montrose woman faces felony assault charges after allegedly stabbing a man during a road trip through Jackson County and then leaving him alongside the road. Shannon Galicia, 32, was arrested Nov. 13 and charged with second-degree assault and domestic assault.

South metro news briefs: Eagan OKs goat grazing to control problem plants

Eagan is the first suburb to allow rented goat grazing as a means to curb buckthorn and other invasive species, according to city documents. Increasingly, individuals, businesses and government agencies are using goats as a noninvasive, "green" alternative to pesticides because the animals enjoy chomping on various hard-to-manage plants, from buckthorn to garlic mustard.

Met Council to help industrial businesses treat wastewater at the source

Michael Foods in Chaska, the maker of Simply Potatoes, is the first company to partner with the Metropolitan Council in a loan program aimed at reducing industrial wastewater entering Council treatment plants. DAVID JOLES david.joles@startribune.com Processing potatoes to make hash browns and other products consumes about half-million gallons of water a day at Michael Foods in Chaska.

Just Sold: Shakopee retail building fetches $3.5M

Developer Steve Soltau is still developing pieces of the 500-acre mixed-use development in Shakopee he bought two decades ago. Enter your user name and password in the fields above to gain access to the subscriber content on this site.

Charges filed in Monday stabbing

A Montrose man faces felony assault charges after allegedly stabbing a man during a road trip through Jackson County and then leaving him alongside the road. Shannon Galicia, 32, was arrested Monday and charged with second-degree assault and domestic assault.

Sit, stay, read: Dogs help Minnesota kids take a bite out of learning

Gallery: Kai Pat 7, read to Molly a Vizsla therapy dog, with her owner Connie Priesz at Cedar Ridge Elementary School Monday October 30,2017 in Eden Prairie, MN. Gallery: Kai Pat 7, read to Molly a Vizsla therapy dog, with her owner Connie Priesz at Cedar Ridge Elementary School Monday October 30,2017 in Eden Prairie, MN.

Thompson bonds out of jail

Thompson posted conditional bail, which was set by Judge Caroline Lennon at $5,000 cash. Thompson was straight-faced in handcuffs and jail house greens at his bond hearing in the basement of the Scott County Law Enforcement Center Wednesday morning.

Former Shakopee schools superintendent jailed, awaiting theft charges

Former Shakopee Schools Superintendent Rod Thompson was booked Tuesday into the Scott County Jail, where he is awaiting felony theft and embezzlement charges. Thompson, 52, turned himself in to authorities following a six-month investigation into his alleged misuse of district credit cards.

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