ⓘ Comfrey, Minnesota

                                     

ⓘ Comfrey, Minnesota

Comfrey is a city in Brown and Cottonwood counties in the U.S. state of Minnesota. The population was 382 at the 2010 census. The majority of the people live in Brown County.

                                     
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  • and Comfrey High School have a co - op for all sports, leaving 9 teams to compete. While a majority of schools in the conference are public, Minnesota Valley
  • Taylor was born in Springfield, Minnesota and grew up on a farm in Comfrey Minnesota He graduated from Comfrey High School in 1959, and received
  • 258 served as a north south connector route in southwest Minnesota between the town of Comfrey and U.S. Highway 14. Highway 258 crossed the Little Cottonwood
  • was realigned to take a direct route to Darfur from U.S. 71, bypassing Comfrey By 1940, the roadway was paved from the state line to Westbrook. Paving
  • which 35.8 square miles 93 km2 is land and 0.03 is water. The city of Comfrey is within the township geographically but is a separate entity. There are
  • for the seat after incumbent Republican representative Brad Finstad of Comfrey decided not to seek re - election. He was re - elected in 2010, running unopposed
  • as wild comfrey is a common plant from New York to Florida. Cynoglossum boreale occurs in the northern United States as far west as Minnesota and in Canada
  • 7.00 of those under age 18 and 9.80 of those age 65 or over. Cobden Comfrey partial Evan Hanska New Ulm county seat Sleepy Eye Springfield Searles
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  • occasionally in Minnesota though, as evidenced by the 1998 Comfrey St. Peter tornado outbreak on March 29, 1998. More often, Minnesota is on the northern