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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.

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
Meritex Announced Today the Acquisition of 1080 Park Place in Shakopee, MN

Meritex announced today the acquisition of 1080 Park Place, a class A, 299,600 square foot industrial property located in Shakopee, Minnesota. 1080 Park Place is 100% leased to two tenants.

From flush to fertilizer? Researchers search for benefits in ash from human waste

The ash leftover from incinerated human waste is spread by hand onto plots of land by U of M researcher Jim Crants. Corn and soybeans will grow in the area as researchers study the possibility of using the ash as fertilizer.

Hennepin County to celebrate grand opening of new Webber Park Library

The last piece of unfinished business from the massive library referendum passed by Minneapolis voters is finally gaining momentum. The renovation of Webber Park library has morphed into a $15 million replacement that's tentatively set to open in 2017.

Edina Reality names new president

Twin Cities-based Edina Realty has a new president: Sharry Schmid, who takes over for Barb Jandric, who retired after 34 years at the company. During Schmid's 21-year career at Edina Realty, she has held a number of positions, most recently senior vice president and regional manager of Edina Realty's Lakeville, Eden Prairie, Prior Lake, Savage and Shakopee offices.

Finnegans touts downtown Minneapolis brewery, taproom

Finnegans is putting the finishing touches on its new brewery and taproom, which is a key part of a high-profile development in downtown Minneapolis. On Wednesday, the Minneapolis-based brewer and social benefit corporation released new renderings of Finnegans House, a multistory brewery, event space and taproom that will be built at 525 S. Eighth St. The lab is just one element of Minneapolis developer Kraus-Anderson's larger project at the site, which will include K-A's new headquarters, a 17-story, 307-unit apartment tower and a 158-unit hotel.

South metro police blotter, May 7

A 35-year-old Burnsville woman was arrested for disorderly conduct and violating a restraining order on the 2800 block of Dana Drive. A 29-year-old woman was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia and speeding after she was stopped at Highway 21 and Meadow Wood Court.

South metro briefs: In Shakopee, St. Francis Medical Center to offer free acupuncture services

St. Francis Regional Medical Center has become one of the first hospitals in the nation to offer acupuncture services to emergency room patients, an effort to reduce the need for prescription painkillers. The traditional Chinese technique would be available for free to more than 30,000 emergency room patients each year as a natural way to treat pain and anxiety, officials said.

Edina Realty names Sharry Schmid president

Edina Realty has appointed Sharry Schmid as its president, effective June 5. Schmid takes over for retiring president Barb Jandric. Schmid has held a variety of positions within the organization during the past 21 years.

Highway covered in corn following two-vehicle accident

Both side of Highway 169 between Highway 282 and Delaware Avenue just outside of Jordan were closed Tuesday morning as emergency personnel responded to a two-vehicle accident between a semi truck and a pickup. Below - The pick-up truck, which was clipped on the right side by the semi truck, was removed from the scene by Shakopee Towing.

Scout cookie scam

St. Paul police are investigating a report that someone passed bad checks to Girl Scouts, getting away with more than 600 boxes of cookies throughout the Twin Cities. The Girl Scouts of Minnesota and Wisconsin River Valleys office in St. Paul contacted police Friday to say they received nine worthless checks - with the same name on them - for Girl Scout cookies in St. Paul, Maplewood, Minneapolis, Shakopee, Brooklyn Park and other locations, according to Sgt.

Main Street USA Quarterfinals

Stihl Power Equipment is giving away $25,000 to one lucky main street in America to help brighten it up. Of the 25 quarterfinalists, three towns are from our fair state.

MyPillow to move into Duke's Shakopee warehouse

A 374,700-square-foot industrial building Duke Realty is building at its Gateway South industrial park will take up more than 20 acres and will be the last warehouse built in the 46-acre park in the southwest quadrant of Highway 101 and Shenandoah Drive in Shakopee. Indiana-based Duke Realty said Monday that it has leased 172,836 square feet of warehouse space to pillow maker MyPillow in a 374,700-square-foot warehouse it plans to build on 20-plus acres in Shakopee.

South metro police blotter, April 30

A 64-year-old Lakeville man was arrested for possession of marijuana and being in the park after hours on the 100 block of Cliff Road E. An officer responded to a business on Broadway Street to review surveillance video of a suspicious man looking through the front door of a business in the middle of the night. It was determined it was a Jordan police officer on routine foot patrol.

Minnesotans show off 70 years of prom photos

Gallery: Stacy and Dan Mott before the 1974 prom at Southwest High School in Minneapolis. They've been married since 1980.

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