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Rock County, along with every city within its borders, has declined in population in the last five years, according to estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau. The official government census is taken every 10 years, but the Census Bureau’s Population Estimates Program calculates changes in the...
Southwestern Minnesota farmland values decline 8 percent in 2015 Rock County bucks trend with average increase of more than 19 percent Farmland values in 14 southwestern Minnesota counties had been steadily increasing until 2014, according to an annual survey of farmland sales. The survey reports...
For the first time in 15 years, tillable land in Rock County decreased in market value. That was one finding reported by Rock County Land Records Office Director Tom Houselog during the county’s Board of Appeals and Equalization meeting Tuesday night, June 16, in the Rock County Courthouse. Rather...
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