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Nicollet County

Nicollet County, named in honor of French explorer Joseph N. Nicollet, lies in south central Minnesota and closely resembles an isosceles triangle with 104.6 miles of Minnesota River front. Within the 280,866.22 total acres in the county, almost 245,000 acres is farmland with 24,000 acres of forest land and 12,000 acres of wetland. The county […]

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City of Saint Peter

Saint Peter is a warm and welcoming community located in the scenic Minnesota River Valley.   The City of Saint Peter was incorporated in 1873 and is located approximately 60 miles south of Minneapolis/Saint Paul in the beautiful Minnesota River Valley (10 miles north of Mankato).  Our city has a population of over 11,400 and was […]

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City of Mankato

Mankato, Minnesota is a major regional center that has been designated as a Metropolitan Statistical Area and has earned several livability awards.  Recently, it was reported that Mankato’s economic growth leads Minnesota and among the top in the nation.  Low office and energy costs and productive workforce make Mankato one of the least expensive places to do business in the Upper […]

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City of Eagle Lake

Named the 2nd fastest growing city in Minnesota in 2016, Eagle Lake is a small city with a family friendly atmosphere – a safe, quiet community located just a few minutes from the large regional center of Mankato. Although many residents work outside of the city, they enjoy the friendly neighborhoods they come home to. […]

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Blue Earth County

Blue Earth County is home to 11 cities and 23 townships and serves as a regional hub, particularly in its County seat of Mankato for retail, education, healthcare, manufacturing, tourism, and government services. Agriculture has always been and remains today a principal industry for areas throughout the County. Blue Earth County remains a top hog […]