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 Verndale (city) 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2000-2010 Change
Actual Percent
Population 570 504 560 575 602 +27 +4.70
Land Area (sq. mile) 3.70 0.91 0.95 0.98 0.98 0 0.00
Density (persons per sq. mile) 154.1 553.9 589.5 587.8 614.3 +35.49 +5.13
Housing Units 197 215 262 260 253 -7 -2.69
Households -- 202 238 234 239 +5 +2.14
Persons Per Household -- 2.50 2.35 2.46 2.52 +0.06 +2.44


Verndale is a city in Wadena County, Minnesota. U.S. Route 10 serves as a main route in the community. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 0.98 square miles (2.54 km2), all of it land. The elevation is 1,348 ft (411 m) above sea level.

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As of the census of 2010, there were 602 people, 239 households, and 156 families residing in the city. The population density was 614.3 inhabitants per square mile (237.2/km2). There were 253 housing units at an average density of 258.2 per square mile (99.7/km2). The racial makeup of the city was 94.4% White, 1.0% Native American, 0.2% Asian, 1.5% from other races, and 3.0% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 2.7% of the population.

There were 239 households, of which 32.2% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 44.4% were married couples living together, 11.3% had a female householder with no husband present, 9.6% had a male householder with no wife present, and 34.7% were non-families. Nearly 30.1% of all households were made up of individuals, and 13.8% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.52, and the average family size was 3.13.

The median age in the city was 35 years. Nearly 28.4% of residents were under the age of 18; 9.7% were between the ages of 18 and 24; 25.6% were from 25 to 44; 20.5% were from 45 to 64; and 15.8% were 65 years of age or older. The gender makeup of the city was 51.7% male and 48.3% female.

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Called "the most beautiful town site along the Northern Pacific Railroad between Brainerd and Fargo," the townsite of Verndale was situated one mile east of the Wing River, on the edge of a beautiful prairie which was sheltered on the north and west by groves of small pines. To the south and east of the town site was seen open prairie interspersed with small groves, bounded in the distance by the dark line of the Big Woods. In the vicinity of town there were three good waterpowers on the Wing River. To the north of town were extensive pineries. Verndale quickly became the commercial center of the Wing River valley, a fertile agricultural valley 20 miles long by five to six miles wide.

The first settlement in the vicinity of Verndale was commenced by Capt. John E. Butler, Charles W. Brown, John B. Kelly, and Charles C. Kelly of Rock Falls, IA, in July of 1877. This group was followed in September by Capt. C. C. Parker, Joseph Sombs and others from the southern part of the state. Many of Verndale's early settlers were Civil War veterans. At one time, 100 Verndale families had one member who was a Civil War veteran.

The honorable Lucas W. Smith settled on a homestead claim near the town site and is credited with building the first house at Verndale and engaged in mercantile business. His business and home were located on the north side of the railroad tracks. He was born in Caledonia County, VT., September 15, 1816, and had come to the Verndale area from Charles City, Pleasant Grove Township, Floyd County, IA. The town site was first settled in 1876 and was platted in 1877 in section 30 by Judge Smith, with an addition in 1879 in section 19. Judge Smith named the village in honor of his granddaughter Helen Vernette "Vernie" Smith. Judge Smith was the first postmaster when the post office was established in 1878. In 1879, Judge Smith laid out his addition to Verndale, north of the railroad tracks, in Section 19 of Aldrich Township.

The first store was ready for business in January 1878 and was opened by a grand New Year's Ball. The first hotel, the Crandall House, was rushed to completion in June of 1878. It opened July 3, 1878, as soon as the roof was enclosed, to service the swarm of land hunters. The Clark House hotel opened in September of 1878 by G.H. Clark. The Commercial Hotel was also constructed in 1878 by Henry Thompson.

The town of Verndale grew quickly with the establishment of merchants and hotels to service the swarm of settlers moving to the area. By 1878, according to the Wadena County Tribune, which was published at Verndale, the population had grown to 300 and the countryside near the town was full of rapidly-developing farm sites.

W.H. Raymond built a general supply store on the south side of the railroad tracks, which was later occupied by C. C. Parker & Co. In March of 1878, L.W. Farwell built a family residence and established a lumber yard. By 1880, the Farwell residence had been sold to Dr. H.J. Harding as a drug store. Col. C.E. Bullard, of Eau Claire, WI, soon erected a good and substantial building near Farwell's and established himself in the sale of agricultural implements and farm machinery. In May, A.A. Amidon, of Farmington, MN, erected a handsome building for a store and dwelling, opposite Mr. Raymond's site. In June, E.L. Ingalls built the first blacksmith shop, which he sold to John E. Butler in the summer of 1880, at which time the business became "Bullard and Butler."

In 1878 and 1879, the Todd County Argus newspaper, Long Prairie, MN, frequently comments on the number of covered wagons passing through Long Prairie on the way to Wadena County in the vicinity of Verndale.

An important Verndale pioneer was Capt. C. C. Parker. Parker came from Iowa in 1877. Parker operated C. C. Parker and Co. Pioneer Store and was postmaster from August 26, 1878 until February 26, 1884. He was one of the group of Verndale residents who built the Verndale Road through the wilderness to the Shell Prairies. This group of industrious men was the first to recognize that there would be considerable economic advantage for Verndale to provide a route for settlers heading to the fertile Shell Prairies of Hubbard County, where bonanza wheat farms were being established. Their efforts paid off, making the railhead of Verndale and its merchants the unquestionable center of commerce, supplying the settlers with the goods they needed to establish their homesteads and providing a convenient place for them to ship their produce to market. Capt. Parker also was among a group of Verndale business men who attempted to get a railroad built between Verndale and Shell City. While a representative to the Minnesota House of Representatives in 1883, Parker was instrumental in introducing legislation for the establishment of Hubbard County and making Park Rapids its county seat.

Being an important rail head for shipping wheat, Verndale had two grain elevators. The grain elevator east of the train depot, owned by Barnes and Tenney, was constructed about 1879. This elevator was later purchased by Mr. Andrews. Moses Stewart, Jr., a pioneer and early banker (Bank of Verndale), built a grain elevator in 1882, west of the train depot. Bert and Al Pettit who came from Iowa in 1879 and 1880, respectively, later purchased Mr. Stewart's elevator and started the Pettit Grain and Potato Company, which became a large and important business in Central Minnesota. The company was headquartered at Verndale and incorporated with B.H. Pettit, president; C.P. Pettit, vice president; and L.H. Pettit, secretary and treasurer. The Pettit Grain and Potato Company did an annual business of about $400,000 and had elevators or warehouses at Verndale, Leaf River, Wadena, Aldrich, Philbrook, Hewitt, Parkton, Menahga, Henning, Sebeka, Bluffton, New York Mills, Deer Creek, Park Rapids, Battle Lake and Staples.

The town developed as a wheat trading center for the county, and much of central Minnesota. Having a grist mill, two grain elevators, a Northern Pacific Railroad station and numerous merchants, made Verndale a boom town and provided a distinct advantage in commerce over neighboring communities. In 1881, the Verndale railroad station did $3,092.12 in freight business. And, in 1884, 200,000 bushels of wheat were shipped from Verndale.

Settlers heading north to the fertile Shell Prairies, in southern Hubbard County, Minnesota, would travel by rail to Verndale, purchase their supplies at local merchants and head 55 miles north into the wilderness to their homesteads on the virgin prairie. The bumper crops of wheat grown on these fertile prairies brought a flood of homesteaders to the prairies and prosperity to Verndale.

The First Grist Mill in Northern Minnesota

In November of 1879, a community meeting was held in the growing village of Verndale to discuss what was needed to keep the community moving forward. It was decided by the group that a grist mill was most important for the continued growth and development of the community. Word was put out through advertisements for parties to come here to erect a grist mill.

The plan worked, for in April of 1880, Mr. E. M. Britts and Mr. S. S. McKinley of the Osage City Mills, Osage, IA, came to Verndale to inspect the area and selected a beautiful mill site on the Wing River. The property was owned by T. C. Thompson. Financial matters and rights of way were quickly settled to make way for the mill. Construction of the mill was quickly started and the facility was completed and dedicated with a grand free dance on July 20, 1880. This was the first mill of its kind in the northern part of the state.

Mr. Britts hired Thomas C. Myers, also originally from Osage, IA, to be the general contractor on the mill, his crew of 25 men were quickly put to work building the sturdy mill building. He was assisted in building the dam by Charlie Ham who used his oxen to help move the logs, which were used to construct the dam.

As recorded in an 1881 survey of Wadena county: "Verndale Flouring Mills, E. M. Britts & Co., on the Wing River near the centre of section 18, Aldrich, one and a half miles north of Verndale; three run of stone; head, about twelve feet. This dam is founded on the till, which is covered here by ten feet of sandy and gravelly modified drift."

The mill was built into the hillside on the east bank of the river. Power was delivered to the mill by the use of a 100 foot belt, covered in a wooden runway, which ran up the river bank from the turbine waterwheel. This set up provided the mill with 125 horse power.

Mr. Britt's mill served area farmers and the caravans of wagons which traversed the 55 mile long Wheat Trail (Verndale Road) which ran from Shell City to Verndale. Shell City, now a ghost town, was a community on the Wadena and Hubbard county line, on the edge of the vast Shell Prairies, near Park Rapids. Farmers from the Shell Prairies brought their bumper crops of wheat down the Verndale Road to have flour ground at the mill or to ship their grain out by rail from the Andrews or the Stewart (later Pettit) grain elevators which were located on the Northern Pacific Railroad tracks at Verndale. The caravans traveling to Verndale often numbered as many as 100 wagons. It is said that as much as 800,000 bushels of wheat were shipped from Verndale at the peak of the wheat trade. Verndale was the closest market for these farmers and their business made Verndale a bustling and prosperous trade center.

Although the history of the mill site is incomplete, it is known that the first mill burned and was replaced by a second mill, which had six roller mills. This mill could grind 100 (196#) barrels of flour per day, which were shipped to market by rail from Verndale.

Mr. Britts ran the grist mill until about 1900 when he left for Duluth to engage in the business of banking; using the profits he had generated running the mill at Verndale.

The mill dam also supplied electrical power for Verndale. In 1903, an electric power plant was installed and the lights were first turned on March 1, 1903. By 1906, the electric power plant had been moved to the lower level of Verndale's vacant courthouse building, which was destroyed by fire on January 5, 1912.

Other owners of the mill included: John Greene, who was operating the mill in 1907. Mr. Greene would grind 25 sacks of oats for $1.00. K.S. Bagne was the miller in 1907. During the spring floods of 1910, Mr. Bagne made an attempt to save the dam, but his efforts failed and the dam was lost.

The story of Verndale's grist mill ends on July 8, 1912, when lightning struck and destroyed the mill, which had been standing idle for several months.

Wadena County Seat Battle

Although the Wadena county seat battle was simmering as early as 1879, it began to heat up in 1884. In that year, the citizens of Verndale built a fine courthouse building at a cost of about $9,000 and offered it to Wadena County as a gift, on condition that within one year after its acceptance, the county seat would be moved to Verndale. The county board did not accept the gift.

Verndale's courthouse was a handsome, Second Empire style structure erected on a 300' square block of ground, bounded on all four sides by streets. It was designed by Messrs. Marr and Richards of St. Paul. The building was 42' x 62', two stories high, topped with a handsome iron mansard roof and tower. Full height of the building to the top of the tower was 67'. The walls were entirely made of brick, the first story 17" thick and the second 13" thick. The first floor contained offices for the auditor, treasurer, clerk of court, register of deeds, and superintendent of schools. The second floor furnished a courtroom, grand jury room and sheriff's office (together), a jury room and small counsel chamber. The third floor, within the mansard roof, was to supply additional jury rooms, or other uses for future expansion needs.

Wadena matched the offer and a battle between the cities began. An election was held in 1886 to determine the matter. Both villages were said to have hired men to remain in their respective voting precincts 30 days prior to the election. The outside "voters" practically ran both villages and it was considered unsafe for women to go out on the streets. In November, the voters went to the poles and Wadena won the election by 474 votes. The normal voting population of each village at the time was approximately 300, but when the votes were counted, each town went considerably over the 1,000 mark. Verndale was never pleased with the manner in which Wadena went about securing the vote, counting the ballots in secret, and the result was protested to the Minnesota Supreme Court. In August of 1887, the Minnesota Supreme Court handed down a decision in favor of Wadena; thus, the matter was settled and the county seat was retained at Wadena.

Following the county seat battle, a group of nuns from St. Cloud, MN, opened a Catholic academy in the building. The academy opened in 1892, but closed in 1894 from a lack of support by local Catholics. Later, the building's second floor was remodeled into an opera house and the lower level was fitted with an electric powerhouse to generate electricity for the town. On January 5, 1912, the engine room caught fire and the Verndale courthouse building burned.

Because many of the early businesses were constructed of wood and built close together, fire was a major concern for many pioneer towns. Once a building was ablaze, there was little the local fire fighters could do, but try to save what contents could be stolen away from the flames. Several times fires have destroyed the business section of Verndale, but the industrious business owners, more often than not, rebuilt on the ashes of the old structures. In October of 1898, nine businesses were lost to flames on the west side of Farwell Street. In 1905, the bowling alley caught on fire. Another major fire destroyed five buildings on the west side of Farwell Street in 1906. In 1922, the two-story Dickinson Block burned; this was Verndale's largest brick store and it was located on the SE corner of Farwell Street and 1st Ave. S.

Verndale School

In 1878, the community built a handsome brick school building just south of the village and Miss. Cora Butler was employed as the first teacher. Two more teachers were hired for the Fall and Winter terms. By the Fall of 1880, 50 students were enrolled at the Verndale School. S.L. Frazier came from Wisconsin in 1881 to become principal of the Verndale school. The original school building burned in May 1915 and a new structure replaced it in 1916.

An addition was made to the 1916 structure in 1936 including a gymnasium/auditorium (seating 700) and additional classroom space. Another addition, to the rear, was competed in 1954. This addition provided classroom space for grades one through six. In 1965, a large addition added a new gymnasium, classroom space, and industrial shop area to the building. In the 1990s, the original 1916 building was demolished to make way for a new addition, which was added to the front of the building.

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City of Verndale
101 S Brown Street
PO Box 156
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (218) 445-5400
Fax: (218) 445-5308

Regular Business Hours:
Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm

City Council Meetings:
2nd Monday of every month at 6:00 pm

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Verndale City Offices, Verndale Minnesota

Title Term Ends Name and Address   Phone
Mayor 12/31/2020 Raye Ludovissie
306 N Brown Street - PO Box 122
Verndale, MN 56481
(218) 444-1221
Clerk/Treasurer appointed Barbara Holmes
101 S Brown Street - PO Box 156
Verndale, MN 56481
Email (218) 445-5400
Council Member 12/31/2022 Ardith Carr
505 Brown Street SW
Verndale, MN 56481
(218) 445‑5072
(218) 639-7996
Council Member 12/31/2022 Jim Runyan
308 SW Brown Street
Verndale, MN 56481
Email (218) 445‑5853
(218) 445‑5810
Council Member 12/31/2020 Tara Erckenbrack
410 Brown Street SW
Verndale, MN 56481
(218) 445‑5638
(218) 831-4764
Council Member 12/31/2020 James Ackerson
107 SW Brown Street
Verndale, MN 56481
Email (218) 445‑5509
(218) 640-6645

Post Office:
US Post Office
122 S Farwell Street 
Verndale, MN 56481-4500
Phone: (218) 445-5850 
Toll Free:
(800) ASK-USPS
Fax: (218) 445-5119

Regular Business Hours:
Week Days       7:00 am - 1:00 pm
Saturday           8:30 am - 9:30 am

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Utility Type Utility Name Utility Phone
Electricity Minnesota Power   (800) 643-9647
Natural Gas Minnesota Energy Resources Corp   (800) 889-9508
Wastewater City of Verndale (218) 445-5400
Water City of Verndale (218) 445-5400
Telephone West Central Telephone Assn (800) 945-2163
Cable TV Savage Communications Inc. (SCI) (800) 222-9809

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Verndale Public School District #818 Elementary & Secondary Schools 70
Verndale Custom Homes Residential Building Construction 35

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Independent School District 818
411 SW Brown Street 
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (218) 445-5184

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Assembly Of God Church
209 N Farwell Street 
Verndale, MN 56481-2010
Phone: (218) 445-5568 
Central United Methodist
18553 138th Street 
Verndale, MN 56481-2022
Phone: (218) 445-5893 
Christian & Missionary
109 NW Brown Street 
Verndale, MN 56481-4004
Phone: (218) 445-5619 
Christian Church Of Oylen
27182 242nd Avenue 
Verndale, MN 56481-2174
Phone: (218) 472-3440 
Hope Chapel Church
18142 County Road 7 
Verndale, MN 56481-4078
Phone: (218) 445-5643 
Oylen Alliance Church
27549 County Road 7 
Verndale, MN 56481-2164
Phone: (218) 472-3440 
St. Fredericks Catholic Church
20 NW Brown Street 
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (218) 445-5204 
United Methodist Church
213 S Farwell Street 
Verndale, MN 56481-4211
Phone: (218) 445-5108 

Verndale Sun
121 N Farwell Street
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (218) 445-5779

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A Bit of Tack
16498 US Highway 10 
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (218) 445-5849
Toll Free: (877) 212-6612

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Aldrich Tractor
19828 US Highway 10 
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (218) 445-5430 

We are dealers for: McCormick Tractors, Bush Hog Brush Equipment, Simplicity Lawnmowers, Gehl Skid Loaders, Vermeer Hay Equipment, and Tubeline Bale Wrappers. Also, we have die-cast toys for Gehl and the McCormick Tractors.

We began business in Aldrich in 1981. After a few years we outgrew that building and moved a 1/2 mile west to our current location between Aldrich and Verndale. Aldrich Tractor is owned by Ken Broker and Roger Bahls.

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Big Oaks Kennels & Grooming
13634 County Road 23 
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (218) 445-5797 
Blue Print For Success
24782 201st Avenue
Verndale, MN 56481-2073
Phone: (218) 837-6437
Bob's Barber Shop
124 N Farwell Street 
Verndale, MN 56481-4500
Phone: (218) 445-5186 
Bound's Body Shop
202 N Farwell Street 
Verndale, MN 56481-4211
Phone: (218) 445-5115 
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Bullseye Bar & Grill
209 W Service Drive
Verndale, MN 56481-4211
Phone: (218) 445-2855
Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad
10 E Side Drive
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: n/a
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C & M Contractors Inc
17848 150th Street 
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (218) 445-5050
Carr's Convenience
100 W Mason Avenue 
Verndale, MN 56481-3168
Phone: (218) 445-5250
Carr's Convenience Store, Verndale Minnesota
County of Wadena Garage
10 Clark Drive NE 
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (218) 445-5804
Dave Trosen Insurance
19 1st Avenue SW 
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (218) 445-5507
England Prairie Pioneer Club
13255 151st Avenue
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (218) 631-1345 
Erickson Sales & Service
14 N Farwell Street 
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (218) 445-5147
Finck's Drywall
20511 170th Street
Verndale, MN 56481-2033
Phone: (218) 445-5270
Forcier Construction
11902 201st Avenue 
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (218) 639-3015
G & L Service
10 Mason Avenue E 
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (218) 445-5188
Gary Bounds Drywall
19342 205th Avenue 
Verndale, MN 56481-4100
Phone: (218) 445-5336
GJC's New River Inn
101 NW 1st Avenue 
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (218) 445-8141
Independent School District 818
411 SW Brown Street 
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (218) 445-5184 
Verndale Public School, Verndale Minnesota
Johnson Memorial Home
9 N Farwell Street 
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (218) 445-5191
Johnson Memorial Home, Verndale Minnesota
Lake Country Insurance
121 S Farwell Street 
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (218) 445-5153 
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Lovelace Construction
50819 141st Avenue 
Verndale, MN 56481-3051
Phone: (218) 924-2533
Toll Free: (800) 598-9864
Madsen Precision Collision
202 W Service Drive 
Verndale, MN 56481-3169
Phone: (218) 445-5461
Mane Hair Design
17 1st Avenue S
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (218) 445-5947
MHCSN of Minnesota
19727 140th Street
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (218) 445-5224
Mom's Mini Storage
17848 150th Street 
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (218) 445-5010
Naniks Electric
15100 County Road 23 
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (218) 445-5809
Neuerburg Electric
115 N Farwell Street 
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (218) 631-4105
Olson's Verndale Ag Services
102 SE 1st Avenue 
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (218) 445-5500
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Pirates Den
106 N Farwell Street
Verndale, MN 56481-2007
Phone: (218) 445-5300 
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Pre Paid Legal Services Inc
24782 201st Avenue
Verndale, MN 56481-2073
Phone: (218) 837-6437
18594 County Road 7 
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (218) 445-5309
R & J Horse Sales Event Center
16498 US Highway 10 
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (218) 445-5849
Toll Free: (877) 212-6612
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R & M Verndale Grocery
107 S Farwell Street 
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (218) 445-5138
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Red Hat Antiques
18977 County Road 23 
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (218) 445-5829
Ruth's Beauty Shop
114 S Farwell Street 
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (218) 445-5172 
Schoon Farms
16322 201st Avenue 
Verndale, MN 56481-2029
Phone: (218) 445-5473
Senior Citizens Center
107 S Farwell Street 
Verndale, MN 56481-2007
Phone: (218) 445-5510 
Star Bank
101 S Farwell Street 
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (218) 445-5151

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Steve's Auto Salvage
16106 181st Avenue
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (218) 445-5885
Sunby's Feather Lite Trailer
16498 US Highway 10 
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (218) 445-5849 
Toll Free: (877) 212-6612
Tarrell Insurance
121 S Farwell Street 
Verndale, MN 56481-4500
Phone: (218) 445-5562 
Tires of Verndale
11 Eastside Drive 
Verndale, MN 56481-2004
Phone: (218) 445-5009 
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Umland Construction
24054 182nd Street 
Verndale, MN 56481-2132
Phone: (218) 445-5730
US Post Office
122 S Farwell Street 
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (218) 445-5850 
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Van's Upholstery
49739 131st Avenue 
Verndale, MN 56481-3059
Phone: (218) 924-4269 
Verndale Chapel
9 N Farwell Street 
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (218) 445-5191 
Verndale City Clerk
101 NW Brown Street 
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (218) 445-5400
Verndale City Offices, Verndale Minnesota
Verndale Custom Homes
302 E Mason Avenue 
Verndale, MN 56481-2197
Phone: (218) 445-5128
Verndale Custom Homes, Verndale Minnesota
Verndale Feed
102 SW 1st Avenue 
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (218) 445-5678
Verndale Fire Department
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (218) 445-5155 
Verndale Fire Department, Verndale Minnesota
Verndale Historical Society
202 N Farwell Street
PO Box 5
Verndale, MN 56481

Verndale has a very active historical society with hundreds of members nation-wide. The Verndale Historical Society also maintains an informative museum full of artifacts from the town's history.

Verndale Historical Society
Verndale Laundromat
117 Farwell Street S
Verndale, MN 56481-3039
Phone: (218) 445-5103
Verndale Lions
109 SW 1st Avenue 
Verndale, MN 56481-3039
Phone: (218) 445-5943
Verndale Lions Community Center, Verndale Minnesota
Verndale Liquor Store
111 S Farwell Street 
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (218) 445-5572 
Verndale Liquor Store, Verndale Minnesota
Verndale Mobile Home Park
102 Clark Drive E
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (320) 679-0614
Verndale Police Department
101 SW Brown Street 
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (218) 631-7600
Verndale City Offices, Verndale Minnesota
Verndale Sun
121 N Farwell Street
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (218) 445-5779
Verndale Tire & Storage
11 Eastside Drive
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (218) 445-5009
Wayne's Discount Store
110 S Farwell Street 
Verndale, MN 56481-2007
Phone: (218) 445-5141
Whispering Pines Log Homes
15348 US Highway 10 
Verndale, MN 56481-3176
Phone: (218) 631-1974 
Whispering Pines Log Homes, Verndale Minnesota
Yesteryear's Ice Cream Cafe
112 S Farwell Street 
Verndale, MN 56481-2007
Phone: (218) 445-5143
Yesteryear's Ice Cream Cafe, Verndale Minnesota
Youngbauer Landscaping & Garden Center
16507 181st Avenue 
Verndale, MN 56481
Phone: (218) 445-5717

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