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Rm of Humboldt
The Rural Municipality of Humboldt No. 370 is located in the central portion of Saskatchewan, Canada, along Highway 5 and Highway 20 north of Regina and east of Saskatoon. The RM has a population of approximately 961 and is home to the city of Humboldt. The area is known for its heritage properties, including the Humboldt Telegraph Station Site and Marysburg Assumption Church. The RM is governed by an elected municipal council and an appointed administrator and its office is located in Humboldt. In addition to being a popular location for farming and agriculture, the RM also has a diverse blend of excellent farmland and pasture land. The RM of Humboldt No. 370 is a great place for those interested in purchasing farm land for various purposes, including crop production and raising livestock.
City of Humboldt is a city in central Saskatchewan, Canada, with a population of approximately 5,562. It was named after the famous 19th-century German naturalist, Baron Alexander von Humboldt. Humboldt is located approximately 113 km east of Saskatoon and 231 km north of Regina. The city has a rich history, with the Humboldt area being established as early as 1878 with the construction of the Dominion Telegraph Station. The city was officially incorporated as a town in 1907, and became a city in 2000. Today, Humboldt is a hub for manufacturing, agriculture, and agriculture-related services, with the region being home to a large hog-producing industry. The city is also home to St. Peter's Cathedral and Abbey, which highlights the region's German heritage, as well as the Humboldt and District Museum and Gallery, which features exhibits on the telegraph station, railway station, and pioneer homes of the area.
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