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The department says those most at risk will be prioritized first.
Tim Roesler has worked for the company for nearly two decades.
Election Day is fast approaching.
People can't use billiards tables or dartboards unless it's part of an organized league.
"The public health situation has not changed appreciably since late July when we decided to teach remotely in the fall," the school said.
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The state's free saliva testing program is part of its strategy to help control COVID-19.
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Health officials have said timely contact tracing is a key component in preventing the spread of COVID-19.
Mayor Brad Tabke says he'll take the publicity, "even if it means a few well deserved laughs at our expense." The city's chamber of commerce and tourism bureau is happy, too. "We would love for folks to come to Shakopee and see that it's not just snow drifts and blinking stoplights," said chamber president Angie Whitcomb.
Founder Mike Lindell tells the Chaska Herald he plans to move his growing pillow manufacturing plant across the river. His decision to leave Carver comes after given several months to get in compliance with a conditional use permit issued in March. “It would have cost me just under $500,000 to get in compliance. That would have put me out of business," said Lindell.
MPR is reporting that the city's mayor and business leaders will make their pitch Wednesday at the Capitol. The move comes a bit late in the game; Gov. Dayton wants stadium proposals turned in by Thursday. A supporter says the Shakopee option would cost just over $900 million, and that proceeds from casino games at Canterbury Park would help fund the public's share.
A recycling facility for organic materials is generating a nasty odor issue for residents in Shakopee. One resident is concerned the problem is so bad it could decrease home values. The Shakopee Patch has more on how the city and the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community are working to limit the smell from the facility.
Despite opposition from neighbors, the city agreed to a $5.4 million state allocation to put a fence around the women's prison in Shakopee. According to the Star Tribune, Warden Tracy Beltz says the design is "more decorative and stately, with wrought iron and brick columns."
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