ⓘ Halstad, Minnesota

                                     

ⓘ Halstad, Minnesota

According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 0.31 square miles 0.80 km 2, all of it land.

The highway 200 bridge that crosses the Red river was replaced in the late 1990s, after constant flooding found it under water and impassable. Directly opposite the red river on the North side of highway 200, a small body of water called Lake Grandin provided the closest example of a freshwater ecosystem that is not a river. In the table top topography of this region is impressive. There are regions of the red river that have a one inch elevation change in a mile.

                                     
  • Halstad Township is a township in Norman County, Minnesota United States. The population was 142 as of the 2000 census. Halstad Township was organized
  • Halstad can refer to a location in the United States: The city of Halstad Minnesota Halstad Township, Norman County, Minnesota Halsted disambiguation
  • potato farmer, billing agent, and homemaker in Halstad Minnesota Her husband Marvin served in the Minnesota House of Representatives from 1967 until his
  • in Halstad Minnesota Christianson graduated from Halstad High School and was a dairy farmer and cattle dealer. Christianson served in the Minnesota House
  • Dakota, United States. It runs from Minnesota State Highway 200 at the Minnesota border near Halstad Minnesota to Montana Highway 200 near Fairview
  • Highway 200 serves as an east west route in northwest and northeast Minnesota between Halstad Ada, Mahnomen, Walker, Remer, Hill City, and Floodwood. Highway
  • between Halstad Shelly, Nielsville, Climax, Eldred, and Crookston. Legally, the highway was defined as Legislative Route 175 in the Minnesota Statutes
  • age 18 and 14.30 of those age 65 or over. Ada county seat Borup Gary Halstad Hendrum Perley Shelly Twin Valley Betcher Faith Flom Hadler Lockhart Ranum
  • publication with a paper at Caledonia and was later employed at Shelly and Halstad Minnesota He moved to Omemee, North Dakota in 1901 and purchased the Omemee
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