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Shortly after the depot was erected, there followed a creamery, grain and coal company, hardware store, bank, blacksmith shop, lumberyard, and stockyards.

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Today there are approximately businesses in and around Conger. This scenic town is small-town living at its best.

The city of Emmons is a community family that has the convenience of a large city only 12 miles away. The village was originally platted in , and was incorporated as a city in The city is also in the process of revitalizing its downtown area with the debut of a number of new business ventures and, recently, has welcomed the construction of several new homes.

Geneva is home for about people. Glenville , Minnesota is a small town located just north of the Minnesota-Iowa border in Freeborn County, south of Albert Lea on highway Hartland Township was settled in , and was incorporated as a city in For many years Hartland has been noted for its excellent marching band, its excellent baseball teams, and its progressive attitude. It was settled in and platted in Hayward is a busy, welcoming community.

The community was developed as farmland, after its 15, acres of swampland was drained in The Hollandale Christian School is known for its excellent faith-based education for young students in kindergarten through eighth grade. Manchester , originally platted in , received its name from an Illinois settler named Mathias Anderson.

Myrtle Lane, who was the postmistress of a small post office located about a mile east of the present town from to In , Albert A. Schuhmacher had a portion of his nearby farm surveyed and platted into lots.

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