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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.
Local Newspapers: The Shakopee Valley News
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Local Colleges: Minnesota School of Business
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Towns/Cities near shakopee, minnesota : Chaska Chanhassen Eden Prarie Prior Lake Savage Carver
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.Former Shakopee Superintendent Arrested, Police Say
Shakopee police chief Jeff Tate announced Tuesday afternoon that Rod Thompson, who resigned in June amidst scrutiny from police over his use of his district credit card, was booked into Scott County Jail and is awaiting formal charges by the Scott County Attorney's Office. A release from Tate alleged a six-month investigation showed Thompson used his district-issued credit card to purchase a number of items for personal use including airfare and hotel stays, various electronic devices, tickets to the Grand Ole Opry, sports decor and memorabilia, alcohol flasks, jewelry and cowboy boots.WWI reenactment over the Veteran's Day weekend
A World War I Centennial Celebration was held over the Veteran's Day weekend at Three Rivers Park District - The Landing in Shakopee. On Sunday, November 12, 2017, there were demonstrations of and reenactments of soldier life abroad, as well how the war impacted the home front in the Minnesota River Valley.Mankato Officer Cleared in Fatal Shooting of Shakopee Teacher
Prosecutors said a Mankato public safety officer acted within the law when he used deadly force against a Shakopee teacher last December. Officer Gary Schnorenberg shot 33-year-old Chase Tuseth of Chanhassen during a fight at a hotel on New Year's Eve day.South metro police blotter, Nov. 12
An 18-year-old man was cited for driving without a license, possession of brass knuckles and speeding after his vehicle was stopped at Syndicate Street and Creek Lane N. One 18-year-old female passenger was cited for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia, while another was cited for underage consumption of alcohol. A 43-year-old woman was arrested for drunken driving after she was involved in a property damage accident on the 16000 block of Kenrick Avenue.Opioid addiction devastates Minn. veteran's family, who are now hoping to help others
John Schlegel and his family, during a moment of happiness. Schlegel is the son of Brian and Kristin Schlegel, and was born in Willmar.Charges filed in kidnapping and death of Breckenridge woman
Thirty-eight-year-old Crystal Herman of Shakopee, Minn. is charged with assisting her husband, Billy Herman, in the 2015 kidnapping of Amanda Engst.'This hurts,' says friend of woman slain in Shakopee
Friends and family identified the 34-year-old woman who was allegedly killed by her boyfriend at a home they shared in Shakopee Monday morning as Ruzana Yedvabnik. "I miss my friend," said Stacie Glapion, from New Orleans, La.Shakopee Man Facing Homicide Charges In Girlfriend's Death
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Shakopee police have identified the man they believe killed his girlfriend Monday morning before a brief standoff with police officers. The department says he is Sergey Nikolaevich Balandin, 31, of Shakopee.Hy-Vee opens its its 8th Twin Cities store in Shakopee Tuesday, then it's going to ease up a bit
When Hy-Vee opened in New Hope and Oakdale in 2015, chief executive Randy Edeker said he expected to open four Twin Cities stores each year through 2025. The company is still on plan with the opening of its eighth metro-area store in Shakopee on Tuesday.Police: Man kills wife in Shakopee home, is arrested
A 31-year-old man killed his wife at a home in Shakopee, and he was arrested nearby, authorities said. Police arrived at the home in the 1400 block of Savanna Drive in Shakopee and found the woman's body.Judge officiates wedding of former heroin addict bride he once sentenced
A Minnesota woman who was sentenced to jail when she was eight months pregnant for drug use was married more than three years later by the same judge who sentenced her. Jennifer Jensen, 24, of Shakopee, Minnesota, married Bill Jensen, 27, last month in an outdoor ceremony attended by friends and family, including Jennifer Jensen's 3-year-old son, Jackson.What's missing in Prior Lake? Very little, survey says
Peter Leatherman, a consultant from the Morris Leatherman Company, delivered the results of Prior Lake's Community Survey last month at Club Prior. If you live there, odds are you already know how happy its residents are.
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