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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
Metro briefs: Puppet events set at Stillwater library

Z Puppets will present four free shows and four free puppet-making workshops between March and June at the Stillwater Public Library. Performances will include a puppet, ukulele singalong about great Minnesota inventions, a glow-in-the-dark pingpong ball circus, a comic battle between a clown chef and a lobster, and a loony opera featuring a cast of pingpong balls.

St. Louis County Follows National Rise in Female Incarceration

The number of women behind bars in the U.S. is rising at an alarming rate: nearly double the increases seen for male incarceration. While the number of incarcerated women in this country is still significantly less than men, but it's a 646 percent increase in women behind bars over the last 30 years that's turning heads.

9 a.m. update: Rush hour wrap up

While commuters in the north and east metro sailed along without issue Wednesday morning, those in the south and west did not. A light snow that began falling around 7 a.m. caused havoc for commuters, especially those who used Hwy.

News, Sports, Jobs, Community Info

FAIRMONT?- National Straightline Snowmobile Racing held the third race of the 2015 Super Series on Hall Lake in Fairmont last weekend. The event is hosted by the Blizzard Snowmobile Club and sponsored by local businesses.

Dayton taps Dorfman, Letofsky, Barber for Met Council

With an insider's eye, Hot Dish tracks the tastiest bits of Minnesota's political scene and keep you up-to-date on those elected to serve you. Contributors in Minnesota: Patrick Condon, J. Patrick Coolican, Patricia Lopez , Ricardo Lopez , Abby Simons, and Glen Stubbe .

MVTA starts express bus service from Marschall Road station on Monday

The parking lot at the Marschall Road Transit Station in Shakopee has been largely empty since it opened late last summer. But starting Monday commuters will have reason to use it.

Minn. tribes receive $18M for affordable housing

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced Wednesday that it will give nearly $18 million to 10 Native American tribes in Minnesota. Eligible activities for the funds include housing development, assistance to housing developed under the Indian Housing Program of the 1937 Housing Act, housing services to eligible families and individuals, housing management services, crime prevention and safety, and model activities that provide creative approaches to solving affordable housing problems.

Scott County mental health program offers day treatment for teens

It looks like a typical classroom art project: In the center of the wall is a 10-foot paper tree with brightly-colored leaves. Each leaf features an inspirational saying, made by a student or quoted from someone famous.

Shakopee aims to gain 'bicycle friendly' label

Adding amenities such as designated bike lanes is one way the city of Shakopee hopes to win recognition as a “bicycle friendly community.” Shakopee has 78 miles of paved trails, 35 miles of paved roadways with wide shoulders and more than 1,000 bicycle racks. But city officials say that when it comes to making a community that's attractive to bicyclists, they're just getting started.

Prior Lake and South Metro Polar Plunges set for Feb. 21, 28

Plungers dressed as Waldo came up after jumping into the water at Sand Point Beach in Prior Lake during a Polar Plunge last year. It's for folks who just can't get enough of the cold, snow and ice.

A look at how Minnesota's school-issued credit cards are used

From running classrooms to maintaining schools, educating students is costly and requires many supplies. Districts issue some employees credit cards to make purchasing items easier.

Craft beer boom fuels $68M Rahr Malting expansion

Rahr Corp. hopes to build a pilot brew house and research lab to better tailor its ingredients to craft beer manufacturers. The malt manufacturer plans to spend $33 million on construction and $31 million on equipment, according to a financial assistance application submitted to the city of Shakopee.

South metro police blotter excerpts

Drug activity. A man was arrested for possession of marijuana and a hypodermic needle and driving with a revoked license near the intersection of Hwy.

Mendota Heights nabs Shakopee's former city administrator

Mark McNeill, who held the same position in Shakopee for nearly two decades, is expected to start on the job Feb. 23, pending City Council approval. Mendota Heights Mayor Sandra Krebsbach said she's hopeful that McNeill will remain in the position for five or 10 years, breaking a pattern of younger administrators who've stayed for just a few years before moving on to another job.