Moorhead, MN Court Reporting
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. Platted in 1871 and named after William Garroway Moorhead, this city lies on the lake bed of glacial Lake Agassiz and is home to some of the flattest and richest farm soil on the planet.
For decades, agriculture and farming were the prominent driving forces for the local economy. Today however, Moorhead, Minnesota is home to many standout corporate industries such as American Crystal Sugars, Pactiv and Busch Agricultural Resources just to name a few. Adding in the colleges of Concordia and Minnesota State University Moorhead, it’s easy to see why this county seat for Clay County has an unemployment rate that is consistently below the national average.