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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
From JPG to jail

Scott County Sheriff Luke Hennen will lead an outreach event alongside Scott County Attorney Ron Hocevar where parents and teens will be educated on the dangers of sexting. FBI employees will share research about NetSmartz, a program under the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children that teaches kids how to be safer online and offline.

Parents Concerned Teachers, Programs Could Be Cut Due To Shakopee Budget Shortfall

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No wiggle room in Mystic Lake project

Not quite a year into construction, PCL Construction Services says it's on track to finish a new $90 million hotel and event center project at Mystic Lake Casino in Prior Lake by mid-December. PCL Construction Services is about halfway complete with this $90 million project that includes a new 180-room hotel tower and a 70,000-square-foot meeting and event center at Mystic Lake Casino in Prior Lake.

Developer, Hy-Vee push Shakopee apartments

A 130-unit apartment complex Hy-Vee wants built behind its new Shakopee grocery store has run into resistance from city officials who say it is too big. Shakopee planning commissioners, who reviewed a concept plan on March 9, said they believe the West Vierling Apartments will bring too much traffic to the site in the southeast quadrant ... Enter your user name and password in the fields above to gain access to the subscriber content on this site.

Big rig: Mdewakanton Sioux bet on first-of-its-kind, 3-in-1 fire truck

The number on the back of the Mdewakanton Public Safety Department's new fire truck is "11," but it gets boasting rights as No. 1. It's the first truck of its kind in the state - possibly the country - combining the capabilities of a fire engine, a ladder truck and emergency medical services into one vehicle, which the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community says should save money and quicken response times.

South metro police blotter, March 12

A 27-year-old St. Louis Park man was arrested for drunken driving, speeding, failure to drive in a single lane, driving without a valid driver's license and obstructing the legal process following a traffic stop near McAndrews Road and Portland Avenue S. Officers responded to a home on Hope Avenue regarding a child using a deactivated cellphone and calling 911, then telling the dispatcher to shut up. Officers spoke with the 5-year-old boy and his parent, advising them on the proper uses for calling 911.

Benefit Will Raise Awareness for Rare Disease Affecting Two Shakopee Brothers

Now, two parents are on a mission to raise awareness for this growing foundation and find a cure for their two boys, who have a specific gene defect of Batten Disease, CLN6. That definition is a progressive deterioration of vision, motor functions, slowed learning, and a life expectancy of up to 12 years.

New Msfa Ceo says he hopes to restore public trust

Rick Evans, a local attorney with decades of experience in the public and private sectors, is the new executive director and CEO of the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority, the public body that oversees operation of U.S. Bank Stadium. The MSFA voted unanimously on Friday to give Evans the position previously held by Ted Mondale, who resigned from the board on Feb. 16. Michele Kelm-Helgen announced her resignation the same day.

March 8, 2017 - Public power gas-fired plant comes online in...

A 46-megawatt natural gas-fired generation facility owned and operated by the Minnesota Municipal Power Agency has achieved commercial operation, MMPA said on March 7. The facility, Shakopee Energy Park, located in Shakopee, Minnesota, uses fuel-efficient reciprocating engines to generate local, reliable power for Shakopee as well as contributing to the overall power supply for all MMPA member communities, MMPA noted. "Shakopee Energy Park provides our residents and businesses with long-term efficient, competitive, and reliable electrical supply, which is delivered by Shakopee Public Utilities," said Shakopee Mayor Bill Mars.

Prior Lake, Scott County buckle up for 21/13 project

Twelve years have passed since a study concluded that the segment of County Road 21 cutting through downtown Prior Lake would need a serious overhaul to handle future traffic. On Feb. 27, the Prior Lake City Council and the Scott County Board had a workshop to prepare for "takeoff," as Mayor Kirt Briggs described the County Road 21/Highway 13 project's status.

New Mrs. Scott County International advocates for autistic community

With 20 years of experience in broadcasting, Shakopee resident Stephanie Welter is use to having a platform. You can even hear her hosting Mondays on 98.5 KTIS, a Twin Cities Christian station, or on programs produced for nationally syndicated Christian contemporary radio.

March 7, 2017CONFESSIONS of an Unrepentant Maoist: Hundred Flowers,...

We rented The Depot for a Sunday afternoon for a benefit for the Venceremos Brigade and the North Country Freedom Camp. Spider John Koerner and other West Bank favorites played.

Repair Mortar, Grout System Launche...

BASF Corp.'s Construction Chemicals division has introduced a chemical-resistant repair mortar and grout product for concrete substrates and interior applications. MasterEmaco T 5000 was designed for repairing damaged concrete or grouting smaller equipment that will experience varying levels of chemical exposure.

Police Logs

Officers went to the scene and found a child outside a residence with the father inside asleep. Officers knocked on the door and woke up the father who opened the door and the child went back into the residence.

State wrestling semifinals

Gallery: Carson Manville, of Shakopee, tried to break the grip of Dylan Droegemueller, of Anoka, during their semi final match at 126lbs. Gallery: Mike Delich, of Eastview, slammed Tyler Hugg, of St. Cloud Tech, to the mat in what was deemed later a 'dangerous' move'.

South metro news briefs: Burnsville OKs church expansion after debate

The Burnsville City Council unanimously approved a conditional use permit and variance Feb. 21 allowing the Berean Baptist Church to build a 30,000-square-foot, 1,043-seat auditorium onto its existing church. The church occupies a 17-acre parcel at 309 County Road 42 East, near a housing development called Interlachen Woods.

Just Sold: O'Brien expands downtown Shakopee portfolio

On Tuesday KJS Fuller Street LLC closed on the $1 million purchase of a bank-owned 24,756-square-foot office building at 250 Fuller St. in the city. The price works out to $40.39 per square foot.

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