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Morton Minnesota Community Guide


Location:

Welcome to Morton Minnesota!

Location of Morton, Minnesota

Population: 
 Morton (city) 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2000-2010 Change
Actual Percent
Population 591 549 448 442 411 -31 -7.01
Land Area (sq. mile) 1.20 1.19 1.22 1.21 1.21 0 0.00
Density (persons per sq. mile) 492.5 461.3 367.2 364.0 339.7 -24.3 -6.68
Housing Units 233 240 214 216 211 -5 -2.31
Households -- 216 196 199 190 -9 -4.52
Persons Per Household -- 2.54 2.29 2.22 2.16 -0.06 -2.70

Geography:

Morton is a city in Renville County, Minnesota. U.S. Route 71 and Minnesota State Highway 19 are two of the main routes in the community. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 1.2 square miles (3.2 km²), of which, 1.2 square miles (3.1 km²) of it is land and 0.04 square miles (0.1 km²) of it (1.63%) is water. The elevation is 863 ft (263 m) above sea level.

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Demographics:

As of the census of 2000, there were 442 people, 199 households, and 118 families residing in the city. The population density was 364.0 people per square mile (141.0/km²). There were 216 housing units at an average density of 177.9/sq mi (68.9/km²). The racial makeup of the city was 90.05% White, 8.14% Native American, 0.90% from other races, and 0.90% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 6.11% of the population.

There were 199 households out of which 24.6% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 45.2% were married couples living together, 10.6% had a female householder with no husband present, and 40.7% were non-families. 34.2% of all households were made up of individuals and 18.6% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.22 and the average family size was 2.88.

In the city the population was spread out with 23.3% under the age of 18, 8.8% from 18 to 24, 25.1% from 25 to 44, 21.9% from 45 to 64, and 20.8% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 41 years. For every 100 females there were 103.7 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 101.8 males.

The median income for a household in the city was $35,298, and the median income for a family was $37,396. Males had a median income of $30,938 versus $21,397 for females. The per capita income for the city was $16,899. About 11.5% of families and 8.8% of the population were below the poverty line, including 11.9% of those under age 18 and 9.7% of those age 65 or over.

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History:  

MORTON, a city in sections 30 and 31 of Birch Cooley Township, adjoining the Minnesota River, platted in 1882 and incorporated as a village on August 1, 1887, was named by officers of the Minneapolis and St. Louis Railroad company. The city developed with the granite quarries across the tracks from the townsite; it served several rail lines, including the Minneapolis and St. Louis Railroad. The Birch Cooley post office was established in 1867, and when the second postmaster, W. G. Bartley, who ran a mill in section 22, moved into Morton in 1882, he brought the post office with him; the name changed to Morton in 1894.

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Railroad Yard, Morton Minnesota, 1914
Railroad Yard, Morton Minnesota, 1914
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Government:
Morton City Hall
221 W 2nd Street
Morton, MN 56270
Phone:
(507) 697-6912
Web: www.mortonmn.com
 
Title Term Ends Name and Address Phone
Mayor 12/31/2012 Carl Colwell
PO Box 284
Morton, MN 56270
(507) 697-6436
City Administrator appointed Shirley Dove
221 W 2nd Street
Morton, MN 56270
(507) 697-6912
Council Member n/a Ben Mammen
250 N Park Drive
Morton, MN 56270
(507) 697-6472
Council Member n/a Gary Cornwell
251 N Park Drive
Morton, MN 56270
(507) 828-0815
Council Member n/a Joan Brown
PO Box 101
Morton, MN 56270
(507) 697-6344
Council Member n/a JB Williams
PO Box 42
Morton, MN 56270
(507) 697-6284

Post Office:
US Post Office
165 N Main Street
Morton, MN
56270-5000
Phone:
(507) 697-6488
Toll Free:
(800) ASK-USPS
Web: www.usps.com

US Post Office

US Post Office, Morton Minnesota
Regular Business Hours:
Week Days      
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
                       
1:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Saturday           8:00 am - 9:00 am
 
Latest Collection at Post Office:
Week Days            4:00 pm
Saturday                4:00 pm


Utilities:
Utility Type Utility Name Utility Phone
Electricity Xcel Energy (800) 895-4999
Natural Gas n/a n/a
Wastewater Morton Municipal (507) 697-6912
Water Morton Municipal (507) 697-6912
Telephone CenturyLink Communications (800) 244-1111
Cable TV Mediacom (800) 332-0245

Major Employers:
Employer Products/Services Employees
Jackpot Junction Casino Gambling Industries 500
Altimate Medical Medical Equipment & Supplies Manufacturing 40
Harvestland Cooperative All Other Grain Farming 10
Redpoll Personal & Household Goods Repair & Maintenance 10


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Minnesota State Highway Map of the Morton Minnesota area
Minnesota State Highway Map of the Morton Minnesota area


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Attractions:
Birch Coulee Battlefield Historic Site

Just before sunrise on Sept. 2, 1862, the sharp crack of a warning shot signaled the start of the Battle of Birch Coulee, one of the hardest fought battles of the U.S.-Dakota War. The Dakota kept U.S. soldiers under siege for 36 hours before a relief detachment arrived from Fort Ridgely. Walk a self-guided trail through recreated prairie and read about the battle from the perspectives of Joseph Anderson, a captain in the U.S. Army, and Wamditanka (Big Eagle), a Mdewakanton soldier. Sketches from soldier Albert Colgrave provide vivid battle details. Guide posts help pinpoint where the U.S. soldiers were camped and the positions the Dakota took while surrounding the U.S. soldiers. Learn more about the U.S.-Dakota War at the nearby Fort Ridgely Historic Site or walk on the trails at the Lower Sioux Agency Historic Site.

Birch Coulee Battlefield Historic Site, Morton Minnesota
Jackpot Junction Casino Hotel
39375 County Highway 24
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 697-8250
Web: www.jackpotjunction.com

Jackpot Junction is 440,000 square feet of gambling action and entertainment with two floors of gaming excitement. Jackpot offers 1,250 of the latest video slot machines, where you’re sure to find your game of choice. Machines range in denominations from 1 cent to twenty-five dollars, with new machines arriving frequently, Hit the Jackpot for headlining acts in our new Dacotah Exposition Center and the Outdoor Amphitheater! Live local bands every weekend in the Classic Lounge located near the main bar.

Jackpot Junction Casino Hotel, Morton Minnesota
Lower Sioux Agency Historic Site
32469 County Highway 2
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 697-6321

The Lower Sioux Agency was a U.S. government Indian agency established in 1853 to be the administrative center of the newly created Dakota reservation. A history center exhibit explores the Dakota story before, during and after the war. Self-guided trails explore the grounds, interpret agency activities, and take visitors to the restored 1861 stone warehouse and the redwood ferry crossing. During your visit, explore Dakota life before, during, and after the reservation era. See the difference between traditional Dakota farming practices and those taught by Agency employees in the site’s period gardens and farm plots. Learn about the Agency’s purpose and daily operation and look for underlying causes of the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862 in the history center exhibit.

Lower Sioux Agency Historic Site, Morton Minnesota
Minnesota River Valley Scenic Byway

Located along the meandering Minnesota River, the Minnesota River Valley National Scenic Byway is a destination in itself. Close your eyes and imagine becoming an explorer for a day. Relax in the tranquility of Big Bluestem prairie grasses. Watch for Dakota skipper butterflies among purple cornflowers. Scan the expansive blue sky for bald eagles or wait quietly at the river’s edge to catch a glimpse of a deer at sunset. Take home one of our stories- we’ve got plenty to share!

Minnesota River at Morton Minnesota
Renville County Historical Museum
441 N Park Drive
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 697-6147
Web: www.renvillecountyhistory.com

The Renville County Historical Society was organized in 1940 for the purpose of collecting, preserving, and sharing the history of Renville County and its people.

Renville County Historical Museum, Morton Minnesota

Recreation:
Dacotah Ridge Golf Club
31042 County Highway
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 644-4653
Web: www.dacotahridge.com

Imagine a place far removed from the rigors of everyday life where native fescue grasses dance gracefully in sync with the ever present prairie winds. Imagine expansive emerald fairways that blend seamlessly with grandvistas in a tranquil southwestern Minnesota landscape. Imagine optimum course conditions with firm, tight fairways and fast, true putting greens. Imagine a golf course designed by Rees Jones, renowned for his masterful renovations of major championship golf courses which challenge the greatest golfers in the world. Imagine spending a few days with your favorite foursome in this idyllic setting: golfing, dining, and creating memories to last a lifetime. Imagination comes to life when you experience Dacotah Ridge Golf Club.

Dacotah Ridge Golf Club, Morton Minnesota

 

Lakes:
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Health Care:

none - see Redwood Falls


Schools:
Eci' Nompa Woonspe Charter School
280 N Centennial Drive
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 697-9055
Web: www.angelfire.com/bc3/enw

Grades:  5-12
Students:  25

Eci' Nompa Woonspe Charter School, Morton Minnesota
Redwood Area Schools
Independent School District #2897

100 George Ramseth Drive
Redwood Falls MN 56283
Phone: (507) 644-3531
Fax: (507) 644-3057
Web: www.redwood.mntm.org

Grades:  PK-12
Students:  1,257

Redwood Area Schools
Redwood Valley High School
100 George Ramseth Drive
Redwood Falls MN 56283
Phone: (507) 644-3531
Fax: (507) 644-3057

Grades:  9-12
Students:  438

 
Redwood Valley Middle School
100 George Ramseth Drive
Redwood Falls MN 56283
Phone: (507) 644-3531
Fax: (507) 644-3057

Grades:  5-8
Students:  340

 
Reede Gray Elementary School
201 McPhail Drive
Redwood Falls, MN 56283
Phone: (507) 644-2627
Fax: (507) 644-8138

Grades:  K-4
Students:  479

 

Churches:
St. Cornelia's Church
37263 Reservation Highway 101
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 697-6433
Web: www.bishopwhipple.org

Pastor:  Rev John Edward Robertson
Sunday Worship:  10:00 am

St. Cornelia's Church, Morton Minnesota
St. John's Catholic Church
331 W 3rd Street
PO Box 88
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 697-6120

Pastor:  n/a
Sunday Mass:  8:00 am

St. John's Catholic Church, Morton Minnesota
Zion Lutheran Church
500 N Valley Drive
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 697-6138

Pastor:  n/a
Sunday Worship:  9:00 am

Zion Lutheran Church, Morton Minnesota

Media:

none - see Redwood Falls

 
Motels:
Americas Best Value Inn
400 Kokesch Drive
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 697-6205
Web: www.americasbestvalueinn.com

We are located off of US-71. Our pet friendly Morton, Minnesota hotel offers 40 spacious and comfortable guest rooms. Guests wishing to stay connected with the rest of the world while in Morton can use our complimentary high-speed Internet access in the comfort of their own room. All of our peacefully quiet guest rooms feature microwaves, mini-fridges, coffeemakers, cable TV, tables with chairs, and complimentary local calls. Complimentary transportation to and from the Jackpot Junction Casino.

Americas Best Value Inn, Morton Minnesota
Jackpot Junction Casino Hotel
39375 County Highway
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 697-8250
Web: www.jackpotjunction.com/lodging

The Lower Sioux Lodge located adjacent to the casino, is a AAA three diamond rated hotel, which offers 378 deluxe room accommodations, including: VIP Hospitality Jacuzzi and Fireplace Suites Poolside Suite During your stay enjoy the: Sauna Fitness Center Business Center For your convenience each room includes remote control flat screen cable TV, phones with modem hookups and FREE Wi-Fi.

Jackpot Junction Casino Hotel, Morton Minnesota
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Campgrounds:
Jackpot Junction Casino Hotel
39375 County Highway
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 697-8250
Web: www.jackpotjunction.com/rvpark

The 2011 season is finally here, we invite you to come stay with us at our 70 site RV Park. Most are equipped with concrete pads, cable tv,wireless internet, paved roads, campfire ring, picnic tables and dog walking areas. Registered RV park guests will have access to the swimming pool, whirlpool, sauna and kiddie pool area at the Hotel. Oyate C-Store within walking distance. Thank you for your past business! Come visit us and take advantage of our LOWER 2011 rates!


Businesses:
Abraham's Woodshed
220 W 2nd Street
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 697-6494

Abraham's Woodshed is located on Main Street in Morton, MN. This store sells fine Amish furniture very affordably priced. Along with the beautiful furniture they offer a wide variety of hand-crafted gifts and knick-knacks. You have to actually visit this store to appreciate the quality and beauty of their products.

 
Altimate Medical Inc
262 E 1st Street
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 637-2876
Web: www.easystand.com

For over twenty years, Altimate Medical has been leading the way in creating unsurpassed sit to stand technology for those with disabilities. Designed by a C6-7 quadriplegic, EasyStand's line of standing frames and equipment has helped to improve the quality of life for kids and adults using wheelchairs worldwide. A durable medical equipment manufacturer based out of Morton, Minnesota, we design and develop standing equipment that will help support your body from a sitting to standing position. Simply designing the EasyStand Stander was not enough. We strive to perfect all of our standing equipment and products and have turned to our valuable customers in doing so. Standing is all we do – so we offer the widest array of standing equipment in a variety of sizes and options, including the unique "Active Standing" Glider.

Altimate Medical Inc
EasyStand standing frame
American Legion Post 344
230 N Main Street
PO Box 190
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: n/a
American Legion Post 344, Morton Minnesota
Americas Best Value Inn
400 Kokesch Drive
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 697-6205
Web: www.americasbestvalueinn.com

We are located off of US-71. Our pet friendly Morton, Minnesota hotel offers 40 spacious and comfortable guest rooms. Guests wishing to stay connected with the rest of the world while in Morton can use our complimentary high-speed Internet access in the comfort of their own room. All of our peacefully quiet guest rooms feature microwaves, mini-fridges, coffeemakers, cable TV, tables with chairs, and complimentary local calls. Complimentary transportation to and from the Jackpot Junction Casino.

Americas Best Value Inn, Morton Minnesota
B Original
200 N Main Street
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 697-6144
B Original, Morton Minnesota
Birch Coulee Pottery
PO Box 282
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (612) 750-4000
Web: www.birchcouleepottery.com

Birch Coulee Pottery, established in 1984, is nestled next to Birch Coulee Creek, and historic Birch Coulee Battlefield. The functional stoneware produced by Birch Coulee Pottery is wheel thrown and fired to 2400*F. It is lead-free, ovenproof, dishwasher and microwave safe. The two glazes for which Birch Coulee pottery is recognized are the “dolomite matte” and “celadon gloss”. Iron oxide and cobalt oxides are used to create unglazed brushed designs. Firing in a reduced atmosphere adds subtle variations in the glaze. These variations as well as the nature of the throwing process contribute to the uniqueness of each piece. One of a kind vessels are also produced reflecting the potter’s interest in glazes made from local materials. Recent interest in unglazed surfaces has involved experimenting with the application of dry clay and oxides to freshly thrown forms. This interest was heightened after exploring cave art in northwestern South Dakota. Visual impressions of these images are incorporated in the unglazed surfaces creating an impressionistic interpretation. New work can be viewed on the gallery page.

Birch Coulee Pottery Sign
Centennial Mini-Storage
400 N Centennial Drive
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 627-6282
Centennial Mini-Storage, Morton Minnesota
Cold Spring Granite
1050 Quarry Road
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 697-6157
Web: www.coldspringgranite.com

Starting over 110 years ago with a single quarry and a hardworking stonecutter, Cold Spring Granite has become one of the largest natural stone manufacturers serving commercial, landscaping, memorialization and residential customers. Cold Spring Granite continues to thrive through ingenuity and determination. Motivated by our customers’ success, we continue to embrace and develop technology, create new products for the ever-evolving marketplace and foster a business culture that supports industry-leading sustainability practices.

Cold Spring Granite
Creative Memories Consultant
67871 County Road 18
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 697-6320
 
Dacotah Ridge Golf Club
31042 County Highway
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 644-4653
Web: www.dacotahridge.com

Imagine a place far removed from the rigors of everyday life where native fescue grasses dance gracefully in sync with the ever present prairie winds. Imagine expansive emerald fairways that blend seamlessly with grandvistas in a tranquil southwestern Minnesota landscape. Imagine optimum course conditions with firm, tight fairways and fast, true putting greens. Imagine a golf course designed by Rees Jones, renowned for his masterful renovations of major championship golf courses which challenge the greatest golfers in the world.

Dacotah Ridge Golf Club, Morton Minnesota
Dehncke Insurance
230 N Valley Drive
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 697-6261
 
Detail Plus
510 E 2nd Street
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 697-6169

Detail Plus is a full automotive and recreational reconditioning business. Lonnie has over 15 years experience with Detail Plus entering it's 10th year in business. He offers free estimates, and free pick-up & delivery within a 30 mile radius of Morton.

Detail Plus, Morton Minnesota
(The) Ditch Liquors
39365 County Highway
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 644-4000
Ditch Liquors, Morton Minnesota
Granite Valley Quarry
32869 County Road 15
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 697-6459
 
Hair Stop of Morton
211 W 2nd Street
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 697-6306

The Hair Stop is open Monday from 12:0pm-5:30pm, Tuesday 8:30am-8:00pm, Wednesday 8:30am-5:30pm, Thursday 8:30am-9:00pm, and Friday 8:30am-5:30pm Every Tuesday from 4:00pm-8:00pm get a haircut for $9.00

 
Harvest Land Cooperative
320 W 1st Street
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 697-6113
Web: www.harvestland.com

Harvest Land is a diversified, progressive, farmer-owned cooperative. Headquartered in Morgan, MN, with locations in Springfield, Comfrey, Morton, and Wabasso, we offer a full range of products and services, including feed, grain handling and marketing, crop protection, precision application, fuels, and fertilizers. Through our AgQuest and Northland Capital, LLC subsidiaries, we provide our patrons with a convenient source of financing, insurance, and leasing options. We are committed to excellent customer service in all areas of our business, and as a result have become one of the leading cooperatives in the region.

Harvest Land Cooperative, Morton Minnesota
Jackpot Junction Casino Hotel
39375 County Highway 24
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 697-8250
Web: www.jackpotjunction.com

Jackpot Junction is 440,000 square feet of gambling action and entertainment with two floors of gaming excitement. Jackpot offers 1,250 of the latest video slot machines, where you’re sure to find your game of choice. Machines range in denominations from 1 cent to twenty-five dollars, with new machines arriving frequently, Hit the Jackpot for headlining acts in our new Dacotah Exposition Center and the Outdoor Amphitheater! Live local bands every weekend in the Classic Lounge located near the main bar.

Jackpot Junction Casino Hotel, Morton Minnesota
LA Farms Inc
70685 360th Street
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 697-6337
 
Las Palmas Restaurant
218 N Main Street
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 697-6270
Las Palmas Restaurant, Morton Minnesota
Lower Sioux History Center
32469 County Highway 2
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 697-6321

The Lower Sioux Agency was a U.S. government Indian agency established in 1853 to be the administrative center of the newly created Dakota reservation. A history center exhibit explores the Dakota story before, during and after the war. Self-guided trails explore the grounds, interpret agency activities, and take visitors to the restored 1861 stone warehouse and the redwood ferry crossing. During your visit, explore Dakota life before, during, and after the reservation era. See the difference between traditional Dakota farming practices and those taught by Agency employees in the site’s period gardens and farm plots. Learn about the Agency’s purpose and daily operation and look for underlying causes of the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862 in the history center exhibit.

Lower Sioux Agency Historic Site, Morton Minnesota
Lower Sioux Indian Community
39527 Reservation Highway 1
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 644-6185
Web: www.lowersioux.com

The Lower Sioux Indian Community is a federally recognized Indian tribe located in south central Minnesota in Redwood County, approximately two miles south of Morton. The Community Center is located on the southern bluffs of the Minnesota River valley. Approximately 145 families live on 1,743 acres of tribal land. A total tribal population of 982 resides throughout a 10-mile service area and beyond. While “Lower Sioux” was the name given to our band and our homeland after treaties with the United States in 1851, members of the Lower Sioux Indian Community are part of the Mdewakanton Band of Dakota. The Dakota, which translates closely to “friend” or “ally” in our language, referred to our traditional Minnesota River Valley homeland as Cansa’yapi (where they marked the trees red). Pride in our history and our culture are the heart and spirit of everything we do. Today, the Lower Sioux Community has almost 930 enrolled members, more than half of who reside on Tribal lands.

Mama's Therapeutic Massage
220 Birchcoulee Drive
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 640-0497
Mama's Therapeutic Massage, Morton Minnesota
Minnwest Bank
224 W 2nd Street
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 697-6116
Web: www.minnwestbank.com

Since its beginning, Minnwest Bank has been dedicated to community involvement. You'll find our bankers and representatives involved in local foundations, county economic development corporations, charities, food shelves and local social organizations. You'll see them in the town parade or organizing a charity bike ride. You'll even discover them teaching kids about money and finances.

Minnwest Bank, Morton Minnesota
Morton Area Chamber of Commerce
221 W 2nd Street
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 697-6912
 
Morton City Clerk
221 W 2nd Street
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 697-6912
 
Morton Mini Storage
136 N Main Street
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 697-6349
 
Morton Pub & Eatery
185 N Main Street
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 697-4157

A municipal liquor store for 72 years, we purchased the business in 2009, added a kitchen, redecorated, added product line, bigscreen TV's. Stop in! Located in the scenic Minnesota River Valley, Morton is a destination for geologists, source of the world-famous Morton Gneiss (aka Rainbow Granite), home to record catfish, nesting grounds for Bald Eagles, and the site of a Dakotah-White conflict which took place during the Civil War, the Battle of Birch Coulee. We are only 3 miles from Jackpot Junction Casino and Hotel and not far from the Rees Jones designed Dakotah Ridge Golf Course. If you happen to be in our neighborhood snowmobiling, hunting, fishing, biking, or maybe even driving the Minnesota River Scenic Byway, whatever brings you through our neck of the woods, we hope you stop in! You can sit down and relax and have a cold one and maybe a burger or one of our other great menu items. We are worth the stop!

Morton Pub & Eatery, Morton Minnesota
North Star Plumbing & Heating
230 Birchcoulee Drive
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 697-6405
Web: www.northstarph.CenturyLinkoffice.net

North Star Plumbing & Heating is proud to be the full service Home Comfort & Plumbing Company of Choice for all of the Southwestern Counties of Minnesota! Our Headquarters are located in Beautiful Morton, Minnesota. We are located on the east end of town on the Minnesota Hwy. 19 frontage road.. Our office hours are 8am.-5pm. So feel free to contact us with any and all of your Home Comfort & Plumbing Needs. If by chance something happens after hours or on the weekend feel free to contact us because we are happy to offer 24 Hour Service. It is easy, just call our office and somebody will be more than happy to come take a look!

North Star Plumbing & Heating, Morton Minnesota
Oyate C Store
39409 County Highway
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 697-8700
Oyate C Store, Morton Minnesota
Red Sled
121 W 2nd Street
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 697-6411

The Red Sled is located on Main Street in Morton.  They specialize in Quilts, Primitive Furniture, Rustic Treasures, Candles, Seasonal Gifts, and Home Decor.   The Red Sled is a unique home decorating shop featuring...Primitives, candles, one of a kind furniture, Levandowski pottery, Birch coulee pottery, seasonal gifts and more

The Red Sled, Morton Minnesota
Redwood Stables
39451 320th Street
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 644-4677
Web: www.redwoodstables.com

Horse Training with trainer/clinician Dennis Auslam, Dennis trains all breeds and is passionate about creating good horses and great riders. Located in Morton, MN, owner Redwood Stables.

Redwood Stables, Morton Minnesota
Redwood TV Improvement Corporation
220 Birchcoulee Drive
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 697-6489
Redwood TV Improvement Corporation, Morton Minnesota
Renville County Historical Museum
441 N Park Drive
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 697-6147
Web: www.renvillecountyhistory.com

The Renville County Historical Society was organized in 1940 for the purpose of collecting, preserving, and sharing the history of Renville County and its people.

Renville County Historical Museum, Morton Minnesota
River Ridge Construction LLC
County Road 2
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 697-6557
 
Simmons Electric
36146 State Highway 19
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 637-5251
 
US Post Office
165 N Main Street
Morton, MN
56270-5000
Phone:
(507) 697-6488
Toll Free:
(800) ASK-USPS
Web: www.usps.com
US Post Office, Morton Minnesota
Winter Creek Farms
70305 US Highway 71
Morton, MN 56270
Phone: (507) 697-6102
 

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