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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 Courier
Local Sports Teams: N/A
Local Colleges: State UniversityMinnesota 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
Warren Jorgensen

Warren Lee Jorgensen, 84, of New Ulm, died Thursday, March 26, 2015 at the Oak Hills Living Center in New UIm. Mass of Christian burial will be 10:30 a.m., Monday, March 30 at the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity in New Ulm with Monsignor John A. Richter celebrating the Mass.

Friday Opinuendo: On better eating, anticipation, joined forces and more ...

The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community is taking its place on the national stage this week, launching a major philanthropic campaign to improve the nutrition of Native Americans across the country. The community deserves notice for its leadership in committing $5 million to begin Seeds of Native Health with partners that include the University of Minnesota.

A visit to the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community reservation

Heading south on Prior Lake's Canterbury Road, there's a moment when the words "Mystic Lake" suddenly appear in red neon lights. By 10 a.m., the parking lots at both Mystic Lake Casino Hotel and the nearby Little Six Casino are already crowded.

Shakopee man charged with manslaughter in 2014 death of son

Ryan Lee Husemann, Sr., had been away using meth the weekend before he returned home to care for his 5-month-old son. The Scott County attorney's office charged a 31-year-old Shakopee man this week with second-degree manslaughter while committing child neglect in connection with the December 2014 death of his 5-month-old son.

In the sugar maple grove, things are sweeter than ever

Sugarbushing begins in February when the snow is still on the ground and the sap in the sugar maple trees begins to rise. At the the Wozupi Tribal Gardens' grove in Prior Lake, that still means it's time to get to work.

Mystic Lake owners to invest in Oil Patch tribal casino

The Minnesota Indian tribe that owns the popular Mystic Lake Casino Hotel in Prior Lake will invest $29 million in a casino on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation in northeastern Montana, about 40 miles from the North Dakota state line. The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community agreed earlier this month to lend the $29 million to the Fort Peck Tribes for the $34 million project, which is set to begin June 15. The casino, to be named the Buffalo Rivers Casino and Lodge, will have a gaming floor with 400 Las Vegas-style gaming machines, a 400-person event center, a 150-person buffet and 75 hotel rooms.

Scott County Board weighs transportation sales tax

The County Board is weighing up to a half-cent retail sales tax to fund transportation projects. State legislation from 2013 gives counties that option if they're not part of the Counties Transit Improvement Board , which collects a quarter-cent sales tax.

South Dakota man killed in rollover crash on Hwy. 169

Andrew J. Bennett, 51, of Volga, was headed southbound Saturday around 4 a.m. when he lost control of his 2004 Nissan 350z. Bennett entered the median and rolled the vehicle near Marystown.

South metro police blotter excerpts

Theft. A 26-year-old Savage man was cited for stealing beer and driving with a revoked license at Village Liquor, 16731 S. Hwy.

What Smells? Search Continues for Source of Odor in Southwest Metro

City officials have been trying to pinpoint an odor that first became noticeable Tuesday night. Officials in both cities are getting calls about a sulfur-like odor.


Jared M. Brown, 22, of Blue Earth; Warren G. Proehl, 67, of Mankato; Todd R. Larson, 42, of Blue Earth; David L. Pernick, 58, of Blue Earth; each fined $125. Noah A. Thompson, 32, of Lewisville was convicted of driving while impaired-alcohol concentration 0.08 within two hours; fined $865, sentenced to jail 365 days, stayed 275 days for two years, defendant is serving staggered sentence, if defendant complies with staggered sentencing then jail segment may be deferred, two years supervised probation, chemical dependency evaluation/treatment, follow recommendations of evaluation, no alcohol/controlled substance use, random testing, no alcohol violations.


Tammy S. Thomas, 51, of Wells was convicted of issue dishonored check-offense; fined $250, restitution $70, sentenced to jail 90 days, stayed 90 days for one year, one year supervised probation, pay costs, pay restitution, no same or similar, take checkbook to probation. Jessica M. Verschelde, 31, of Ceylon received a stay of adjudication on a charge of issue dishonored check-offense; fined $267.36, restitution $87.36, six months unsupervised probation, pay costs, pay restitution, no misdemeanor violations.

A passionate advocate for pregnant inmates

Rebecca Shlafer, whose research on the effects of parental incarceration on child and adolescent development led her to working with pregnant inmates at Shakopee, has emerged as a leading champion for pregnant inmates, as well as Isis Rising, the pioneering doula program at the prison.

Fair south metro! Hast thou space for yon Renaissance Festival?

The Minnesota Renaissance Festival will likely move to a new home in 2017 as a gravel pit edges out its current space in Shakopee. The Star Tribune reports that organizers are seeking new space in the south metro - perhaps Jordan or Belle Plaine - as a new site for the fair.

Craft beer boom continues: Lakeville scores Angry Inch Brewery

Josh Hebzynski, left, and Jon Erickon plan to offer nine kinds of beer to start. They once tried to make a watermelon beer.

Rosemount movie theater might be first in new liquor laws

The Rosemount Marcus Cinema in Rosemount would like to serve alcohol, but first the city will have to ease its liquor restrictions. Plans by Marcus Cinema -- as well as an anticipated hotel and the popularity of microbreweries and microdistilleries across the Twin Cities -- has Rosemount considering updates to its liquor regulations.

J. Cole, Big Sean & Logic Among 8th-Annual Soundset Festival Performers

J. Cole, Big Sean , Logic, Atmosphere, Ice Cube and Ludacris are among the acts slated to perform at the eighth-Annual Soundset Festival, according to a press release. Canterbury Park in Shakopee, Minnesota Sunday May 24, 2015.