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By Joe Nathan A teacher’s recent email note to me asking for information about cyberbullying triggered powerful, unhappy memories. Her inquiry led me into the fascinating world of “cyberbulling.” The more I learned, the more convinced I became that this definitely is something families should discuss with youngsters this summer, if they haven’t already. My [...]

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Now in its 18th season, Chaska Valley Family Theatre is excited to present Charles Morey’s hilarious play “Laughing Stock,” directed by Jim Lund. “Laughing Stock” is a hilarious farce and a genuinely affectionate look into the world of theater. When “The Playhouse,” a rustic New England summer theatre, attempts to produce a repertory season of [...]

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Wednesday, July 23 A Norwood Young America man was arrested for domestic assault and property damage on Stevens Street SW in Watertown. A domestic incident was reported on Deerwoods Court in Mayer. Theft of tools, estimated over $2,000, was reported on County Road 10 SE in Watertown. A personal injury accident was reported on Highway [...]

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The 103rd edition of the Carver County Fair promises to be “Not Just Your Mama’s Fair” when it takes place at the Carver County Fairgrounds in Waconia on Aug. 6-10. Organizers have made sure that plenty of new offerings and traditional favorites will be available for fair-goers, from activities and event to the food and [...]

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On the afternoon of Monday, Aug. 4, Carver County Sheriff Jim Olson announced that the high water declaration on Lake Waconia is terminated, effective immediately. The lake water surface levels on Lake Waconia have been 0.1 feet below ordinary high water levels for three consecutive days, prompting removal of the slow-no wake restriction pursuant to [...]

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Marty Seifert is the most traveled of the Republican candidates for governor, having visited all 87 Minnesota counties in the run-up to the Aug. 12 primary election. The former southwestern Minnesota farm kid has also covered a lot of ground in his professional and political careers, from teaching high school history and government to serving [...]

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