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In one Auburn University study, it was found that adding a single photograph to a listing could lift the final sale price by as much as 3.9%. That’s not surprising, but what is noteworthy is that each additional listing photograph added several hundred dollars to the final selling price. In other words, it’s not just the curbside photo at the top of a Chanhassen listing that should be given great care—it’s all of ‘em!
With spring brings gardening, flowers and, eventually, warm weather! Kicking off the season with their annual event is The Garden By The Woods in Chanhassen. For more than 12 years, they have been designing and installing landscapes throughout Minnesota. Community is important to their small business, that’s why they celebrate the end of winter each year.
Since the Chanhassen-Chaska co-op lacrosse program grew to an unmanageable size of 70 players, the schools have decided to split the teams. Once a single entity, Chanhassen and Chaska have to part ways. The schools look at it as a fresh start with a new team for each community, and more playing time for all!
A Minnesota judge has denied another request for a mistrial in the case of a Little Falls homeowner who killed two teens who entered his home. Attorneys for 65-year-old Byron Smith asked for a mistrial Wednesday after about an hour of cross-examining a forensic scientist from the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension. Smith is on trial for first-degree..
The Little Falls man who shot and killed two teens that broke into his home on Thanksgiving Day in 2012 looked away as prosecutors played an audio clip of the shootings during the trial Tuesday. It was a homemade recording inside Byron Smith's home; the handheld device was next to Smith's chair during the shootings. Smith didn't turn it over t
The City of Minneapolis is considering changing the name of Columbus Day at a council meeting on Friday. Activists in the city have proposed changing the name to "Indigenous People's Day." The date falls on Oct. 13 this year. The Star Tribune reports the resolution would rename the federal holiday "Indigenous People's Day" on al