Hubbard County, MN
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Founded on February 26, 1883, Hubbard County is located in northwestern Minnesota and is named after Minnesota's 9th governor, Lucius Frederick Hubbard. A portion of the Leech Lake Indian Reservation rests within the county, the largest city of Park Rapids is the county seat.
Hubbard is surrounded by Beltrami County (north), Cass County (east), Wadena County (south), Becker County (southwest), and Clearwater County (northwest).
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