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Settled in 1858 and founded in 1859, Alexandria, Minnesota was recently voted, “Top Ten Best Small Towns in America”, by Livability Website.
Located on the southwest shore of Lake Bemidji, “B-Town”, as it’s locally called is also known as, “The First City on the Mississippi River.”
Straddling the majestic Mississippi River, Brainerd, Minnesota is not only the largest city in central Minnesota it also serves as the county seat for Crow Wing County.
Detroit Lakes, MN
Founded by Colonel George Johnston in 1871, Detroit Lakes grew very rapidly, fueled by the construction of the Northern Pacific Railroad.
The, “Zenith City”, as it’s known, Duluth, Minnesota is not only the largest metropolitan area on Lake Superior, it is also the county seat of St. Louis County.
Elk River, MN
Nicknamed, “Energy City”, Elk River was actually named by Zebulon Pike after noticing the many herds of elk he saw as he passed through the area on his exploration of the upper Mississippi River in 1805.
Fargo was founded in 1871 on the Red River of the North floodplain. It is a cultural, retail, health care, educational, and industrial center for southeastern North Dakota and northwestern Minnesota.
Fergus Falls, MN
Discovered in 1856 by a Scottish trapper, the falls from which the city gets half of its name were quickly named after the trapper’s employer, James Fergus.
Grand Rapids, MN
Named after the 3.5 mile local rapids and located on the Mississippi River, Grand Rapids is not only the childhood home of legendary actress Judy Garland, it is also the county seat for Itasca County
International Falls, MN
Located just a short car ride across the International Falls International Bridge from Fort Frances, Ontario, Canada, International Falls, Minnesota is the county seat for Koochiching County.
Bordered on the west by the Red River of the North and its sister city of Fargo, North Dakota, Moorhead, Minnesota is the largest city in northwestern Minnesota.
St. Cloud, MN
Located just 65 miles northwest of the Twin Cities, St. Cloud, Minnesota is the tenth largest city in the state as well as the proud county seat for Stearns County.
Named after Chief Wadena, an Ojibwe Indian chief of the late 19th Century, the town of Wadena, Minnesota boasts a post office that has been in operation since 1873.
Founded in 1896 and named after the logging giant Thomas B. Walker, this quaint town in Cass County is not only a hub for hunting and fishing, it’s also the county seat.