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The City of Afton is located approximately fifteen miles east of downtown St. Paul, south of I-94 on the eastern border of...

Located on the St. Croix River, between the cities of Afton and Stillwater, Bayport is known for its scenic river views and warm,...

Baytown Township is an urban Township located along the St. Croix River in east central Washington County, Minnesota. We are a...

Dellwood, MN was reorganized from a Village (incorporated in 1917) to a City in 1992. Though the City is platted to include...

The Town of Grant was officially organized October 20, 1858 as a Congressional Township containing the normal six-mile by...

Hudson is located in northwestern Wisconsin along the St. Croix River in St. Croix County. First settled in 1840 by Louis Massey...

The City of Hugo is characterized by a pleasant blend of rural and suburban landscapes with an abundance of natural resources....

Lake Elmo was part of Oakdale Township until 1951 when the township separated into Oakdale and East Oakdale. In 1925 the small...

Lake St. Croix Beach has a history that began in 1925. Back then is was a dense lakefront development of over 100 blocks that was...

Mahtomedi started out in Greenfield (renamed Grant) Township in 1858. In December 1918 Mahtomedi became a part of Lincoln...

The written history of Maplewood begins about 165 years ago when European and French-Canadian settlers began farming in this...

Marine on St. Croix was founded in 1839 as Marine Mills. The city was the site of the first commercial sawmill on the St. Croix...

Structured around Pleasant Lake, the area began as a water source for the Saint Paul municipal water system, which still...

The Township of Oakdale was formed October 20, 1858 and consisted of 36 sections (equal to 36 square miles). On November 1, 1858,...

Stillwater is considered the historic Birthplace of Minnesota because in 1848 the first territorial convention that...

Since its incorporation, the Vadnais Heights has grown from a small, agricultural area to a thriving suburban community....

When Minnesota became a state in 1858, and townships were being organized, Lakeland Township was proposed to extend from...

The earliest inhabitants of the White Bear Lake area were the Dakota and the Ojibwe Indians who used it for their migratory...

Originally named Red Rock, after a sacred stone supposedly painted by the famous Dakota Chief Little Crow, the town was renamed...