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Shakopee, Minnesota is located in Scott County. Zip codes in Shakopee, MN include 55379, and 55372. The median home price in Shakopee is $225,000 which is roughly $148/per square foot. More Shakopee information.

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Friday | Independent News Herald Online

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The fair gathers roughly 300,000 attendees every season, making it the biggest in the country! The festival originated in September of 1971 on a 22 acre field in the city of Jonathan and has grown in popularity since its debut.

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Friday Apr 18 | The Miami Herald

Court case to test Minnesota's 'Buy the Farm' law

A case set for trial next week is expected to test Minnesota's "Buy the Farm" law, which is meant to require utilities building high-voltage power lines to buy out farms in the way if affected landowners demand it.

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Friday Apr 18 | City Pages

Four unusual Easter events for kids this weekend

One of the benefits of having children is getting to experience holidays like a kid again.

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Tue Apr 15, 2014

TwinCities

6 up for Inver Grove Heights superintendent job

Six administrators from the Twin Cities metro and Greater Minnesota have been picked to interview for the superintendent post in Inver Grove Heights.

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Independent News Herald Online

In Focus

The fair gathers roughly 300,000 attendees every season, making it the biggest in the country! The festival originated in September of 1971 on a 22 acre field in the city of Jonathan and has grown in popularity since its debut.

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Myrtle Beach Online

Junkers reinterpret 'antiques' for a new generation

And that's creating a new generation of fans and buyers for "junkers" - people who express their creativity by transforming castoff stuff into useful or decorative objects.

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Fri Apr 11, 2014

TwinCities

Pop music in the Twin Cities: your spring concert guide

The largest stages in the Twin Cities will be filled in the coming months with superstar pop acts , retro pairings and plenty of reasons to spend time outside, from Soundset to Music in the Zoo to the Minnesota State Fair.

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Independent News Herald Online

In Focus

The fair gathers roughly 300,000 attendees every season, making it the biggest in the country! The festival originated in September of 1971 on a 22 acre field in the city of Jonathan and has grown in popularity since its debut.

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Thu Apr 10, 2014

Star Tribune

Trampled by Turtles show off Pachyderm and "Wild Animals"

Welcome to Artcetera. Arts-and-entertainment writers and critics post movie news, concert updates, people items, video, photos and more.

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Wed Apr 09, 2014

Star Tribune

What's cooking: Warehouse sales, pastel cake mixes, kitchen cams and labels

Duff Goldman, aka the Ace of Cakes, has a pastel version of his tie-dye cake mixes for a softer way to welcome spring.

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Star Tribune

Junkers reinterpret 'antiques' for a new generation

And that's creating a new generation of fans and buyers for local "junkers" - people who express their creativity by transforming castoff stuff into useful or decorative objects.

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Tue Apr 08, 2014

Star Tribune

In Scott County, transportation sales tax proposal sets off intense debate

Some citizens are angry about what they see as a money grab. Others say it's worthwhile for better roads.

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KSTP

Man Sought After Punching 2-Year-Old in Jordan

Police are looking for a 29-year-old man who is believed to have punched a 2-year-old before stabbing someone in Jordan.

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Sat Apr 05, 2014

Star Tribune

County offers recycling, composting class

After lighting a backfire during a prescribed burn on a prairie on Shakopee land, Victoria Ranua, an environmental assessment specialist, keept an eye on the flames.

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Star Tribune

Junk Bonanza, textile garage sale, design workshops and more

It's treasure-hunting time in Shakopee next weekend, when Junk Bonanza returns to town, bringing more than 160 juried vendors who transform castoffs and salvage into furniture, jewelry, accessories and decor.

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Fri Apr 04, 2014

Tri-cityherald.com

Week in Photos - Mar. 30-Apr. 5, 2014

April 4, 2014 - Port of Benton engineer Roger Wright, left, shows Thursday the navigation system of the USS Triton to family members of Petty Officer 1st Class Nathan Blaede, including, from left, his son, Michael Blaede, and grandsons, Jared, 13, and Jesse, 10. The Blaede family drove from Shakopee, Minn., to visit the USS Triton Sail Park in ... (more)

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The Circle

What's New In The Community: April 2014

Jennifer Waltman, a Saint Mary's University of Minnesota student in the Doctor of Psychology program, was one of 24 leaders recently awarded a 2014 Bush Fellowship.

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Star Tribune

Heavy snow reaches 7.3" in Mpls., 10" in Hutchinson; still falling

The heavy snow that walloped the metro area overnight will move on Friday afternoon, but could still prove problematic for morning commuters, as the flakes continue to fall in some parts.

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Wed Apr 02, 2014

Independent News Herald Online

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The fair gathers roughly 300,000 attendees every season, making it the biggest in the country! The festival originated in September of 1971 on a 22 acre field in the city of Jonathan and has grown in popularity since its debut.

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Tue Apr 01, 2014

Star Tribune

Burnsville-Savage water-sharing arrangement brings environmental benefits

A unique water-sharing agreement between Burnsville and Savage appears to be easing the strain on a major aquifer that feeds the Savage Fen, one of the best and rarest examples of a delicate form of wetland.

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