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A Little About Miner  County

Miner County was formed in 1873 in the South East corner of the state South Dakota.
Surrounded by the counties of Kingsbury on the north, Lake County on the east, McCook County on the southeast, Hanson County on the southwest and Sanborn County on the west.

Miner County is 572 square miles.

Howard is the county seat.

Howard is the first municipality in South Dakota to own and operate its own wind turbines providing "green energy" to its residential and commercial customers.

Miner County also includes the communities of Canova, Carthage, Epiphany, Fedora, Roswell and Vilas.
Agricultural area is watered by West Fork Vermillion River, Rock and Redstone creeks, producing corn, wheat, soybeans; dairy produce; cattle, hogs, and poultry.

 

TOWNSHIPS

Courthouse info:
PO Box 86
Miner County Courthouse
Howard, South Dakota 57349
Phone # (605) 772-4612
Phone: (605) 772-4671

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SURROUNDING COUNTIES:

Kingsbury County * Sanborn County * Hanson County

Lake County * McCook County

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