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Howard Lake’s Legion Post #145 is hopping

There’s always something fun happening at Howard Lake’s Legion Post #145. Squad Car Denny and the Tom Cats entertain on Friday, Feb. 24, and the Deep Fried Tweeters take the stage on Saturday, Feb. 25 from 8 pm to midnight.
The Legion offers homemade specials daily from 11 am -2 pm. Prime rib is on special every Saturday.
Check out The Scene with Roger on Wednesdays from 7 – 11 pm and Bingo on Sundays starting at 1:30 pm.
Don’t miss meat raffles every Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Bring a friend along to take advantage of daily BOGO drinks from 3-5 pm.
Exciting news: a new menu is coming soon!

Mid-County Coop Spring Conference RSVP



This meeting will be for growers to get information on seed, weed control and the latest in Agronomic news and updates.

Program Speakers:
Dale Scheffler • Monsanto Chemistry • XtendiMax with VaporGrip and Dicamba beans

Arthur Forst • Mid-County Coop • Fieldview/Crop Management

Tuesday, March 7, 12:30-2:30pm
Hors D’Oeuvres Served After The Meeting

Dahlgreen Golf Course
6940 Dahlgren Rd., Chaska, MN 55318
CALL (952) 466-3733 OR RSVP HERE BEFORE MARCH 2, 2017



Watertown-Mayer choirs match up with McInnis’ Kitchen

The Watertown-Mayer Choirs will sing in concert with internationally-acclaimed Irish group McInnis’ Kitchen on Monday, Feb. 27. The event takes place at the Watertown-Mayer Performing Arts Center, at 7 pm. Admission is $5. Call (952) 955-0671 for more details.

Knuckleheads brings the tunes this weekend

Stop at Knuckleheads on Main Street in Mayer to feast on appetizers, salads, hand-pattied burgers, homemade pizza and sandwiches and wraps. While there, sing a duet with your date during Karaoke on Friday, Feb. 10. If you’d rather dance than sing, stop in on Saturday, Feb. 11 for song stylings by the Thunderheads. Don’t forget Bar Bazinga (bingo) every Thursday and Saturday at 6 pm. Visit us on Facebook for details.

Mayer Lutheran High School to raise funds for cancer patients

SPONSORED POST. Mayer Lutheran High School will host Crusaders For a Cure on Saturday, Feb. 11 at the school’s gymnasium during a full day of basketball. The Crusader girls’ basketball team hosts the annual event to support the Ridgeview Medical Center’s Pay it Forward Patient Assistance fund.
Over the past six years, Crusaders for a Cure has raised more than $25,000 for the fund that provides emergency financial assistance to those patients facing the challenge of paying for expenses related to the treatment of cancer at the Waconia hospital
The day begins at noon with a boys’ C-Team basketball game and concludes at 8 p.m. with the final game of a full day of basketball against Southwest Christian High School. This is the first time the event will include both girls’ and boys’ basketball games in an all-day format. Shooting contests, a bake sale, bracelets, honorary ribbons, and much more will be
available throughout the day.
For more information or to donate, contact Coach Kris Gustin at (952) 657-2251 x1217, go to

Carver Co. man charged with six counts of felony theft

CARVER COUNTY, MN – Six stolen vehicles, with a combined value of $188,000, were recovered from a storage property in Waconia Township Jan. 27, according to a press release from the Carver County Sheriff’s Office.

An employee of Minnesota Inboard Watersports (which has locations in Excelsior and New Germany) told the sheriff’s office that two Malibu Wakesetter boats (combined value of $134,000) had been stolen and were currently at 6750 Co. Rd. 10 in Waconia Township.

Sheriff’s deputies learned Roger David Nitz, 52, of Chanhassen leases the County Road 10 property for small engine repair and vehicle/boat storage. Deputies obtained a search warrant and recovered the boats, as well as four other stolen vehicles: a 2003 Ford F350, a 2004 Chevrolet Silverado, a Bobcat S185 with plow attachment, and an Audi A6, with a combined value of about $54,000.

Sheriff’s deputies arrested Nitz without incident at a Chanhassen address. He was transported to the Carver County Jail and charged with six felony counts of receiving stolen property. Nitz posted $5,000 bail Jan. 31. His next court appearance is scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 28 at 8:30 am.

Sheriff’s deputies are continuing to investigate this matter.