Dakota County

Dakota County may refer to:

  • Dakota County, Minnesota in the Twin Cities Metropolitan Area of east-central Minnesota
  • Dakota County, Nebraska in northeastern Nebraska

Other articles related to "dakota county, county":

Dakota County Library
... The Dakota County Library system is a regional public library system in Dakota County, Minnesota, headquartered in the Wescott Library in Eagan ...
Princess Kay Of The Milky Way - Previous Princesses
... Year Name County Town Current residence 1954 Eleanor Maley Thatcher Mower County Grand Meadow Rochester 1955 Ruth Marie Peterson Faber Mower County Lansing Le ... Cloud 1989 Katie Scott Johnson East Otter Tail County Battle Lake Underwood 1990 Beth Mesenbring-Mastre Carver County Cologne Omaha, Nebraska 1991 Julie Felger ... Paul 1992 Bridget Hendrickson Jacobson Fillmore County Preston Roseville 1993 Ann Erickson Gibbs West Otter Tail County Battle Lake Backus 1994 Julie Sauber Antonutti Dakota County Lakeville Fosston 1995 Kimberly ...
Dakota County Library Today - Dakota County Library Branches
... The Dakota County Library System is made up of 9 branch locations, the 9th branch recently opened in Rosemount, Minnesota in early 2009 ... Paul, established in 1922, entered into reciprocal borrowing agreement with Dakota county in 1975 ...
List Of Counties In Minnesota - Alphabetical Listing
... County FIPS code County seat Established Origin Etymology Population Area Map Aitkin County 001 Aitkin 1857 Pine County, Ramsey County William ... sq mi (70036489000000000006,489 km2) Benton County 009 Foley 1849 One of nine original counties formed from residual St ... Croix County, Wisconsin Territory ...

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