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Founded December 19, 1906
Named for: Koochiching is an Ojibway word meaning "neighbor lake and river" for Rainy Lake and Rainy
Seat: International Falls
Largest city: International Falls
It is next to the largest of the 87 counties, exceeded only by St. Louis
county. Koochiching is also next to the youngest in the state, having been created in 1906 after its residents
voted to separate from Itasca county.
A portion of the Bois Forte Indian Reservation is in the county.
* Big Falls * International Falls * Littlefork * Mizpah * Northome * Ranier
* Rainy Lake * East Koochiching * South Koochiching * Northome * Northwest Koochiching * Nett Lake
* Birchdale * Bramble * Central * Craigville * Ericsburg * Forest Grove * Frontier * Gemmell
* Grand Falls * Indus * Island View * Lindford * Loman * Margie * Nett Lake * Pelland
* Pinetop * Rauch * Ray * Silverdale * Wildwood
* Border * Fairland * Falls Junction * Gates Corner * Jameson * Laurel
* Manitou * Nakoda * Rainy Lake City * Ridge * South International Falls * The Pines * Wayland
Church Histories / Records
| Website Updates:
Jan. 2013: Obits: Anderson, Archer, Beemer, Johnson, Lynch, McGill, Recupero, Rorvek, Steinback, Sullivan
Marriages: Aal - Feldman; Berg - Lang; Bloomfield - Raucher; Hanson - Hicks; Harwood - Balmer; Howard - Olson; Johnson - Cotton; Jones - Praught; LaValley - Thompson; Leseman - Foss; Lindsay - Goedman; Logan - Sullivan; Straite - Haskell; Sweet - Leek; Wilson - Johnson; Marriage License: Fickle - Berg
Anniversary: 40th for Kahle
Community News for International Falls - 18 Aug. 1915 and 20 Dec. 1916
July 2012: Obit: Pomeroy
June 2012: Obits: Barry, Meurch, Strauss
Apr. 2012: Bio: Greeley
Mar. 2012: Obits: Billmyre, Drummond, Green, Smith; International Falls History (1915) Bio: Brozich; crime & "sick list" news
Feb. 2012: Death Index 1910-1915
Dec 2011: List of Cemeteries; Crime News; Court News from 1907
World War II Casualties
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