Waconia Patriot

The 2014 Homecoming Court at Waconia High School was announced on Monday, Sept. 15. The court includes, front row, from left: Juniors Lauryn Mattson and Alex Carrabre and sophomores Lauren Dirnberger and Justin Schultz; middle row: Freshman Charlie Gove, seniors Trina Rinke, Claire Sites, Emily Zempel, Emily Shaw, and Hannah Killian, and freshman Taylor Lange; [...]

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By Elsie Machtemes 10 Years Ago- Sept. 16, 2004 The Waconia boys soccer team extended its winning streak to three games with a 5-1 victory at St. Michael-Albertville. Waconia has outscored its opponents 17-11 and is undefeated in the conference and on the road this season. Jason and Amy Theis of Waconia announce the birth [...]

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Wednesday, Sept. 3 Suspicious activity was reported on the 400 block of Lewis Avenue in Watertown. A report of suspicious activity was made on the 800 block of Vista Boulevard in Waconia. Suspicious activity was reported in Young America Township. Fire alarms were reported to have gone off on the 100 block of Westminster Avenue [...]

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Sunday, Aug. 31 Officers were advised of a loud party along Red Oak Lane. Three teens were cited for underage alcohol consumption. A Minnetrista male was asked to trim his yard after a nuisance complaint was received. Officers checked County Road 110W for a teenager that had gotten out of a vehicle after having an [...]

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The 2014 Carver County Senior Expo will be held at Waconia High School (1400 Community Drive, Waconia) from 8 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 16. Under the theme “Minnesota Style,” the expo will feature the following aspects: • Keynote speakers Doug Ohman, photographer, and Will Weaver, author of “Barns of Minnesota” • Knee-slapping [...]

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For the seventh time, the Carver County Sheriff’s Office is participating in the National Take Back Initiative Program on Saturday, Sept. 27. According to the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) website, since the start of the Medicine Take Back Program, “4.1 million pounds (2,123 tons) of prescription medications have been removed from circulation. This is important [...]

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