How one town saved forty years’ worth of trash pumping trouble for a single dollar.
Hopkins, Minnesota occupies four square miles of space in south-central Minnesota, and is home to 17,000 residents. Originally a housing location for employees of the Minneapolis Threshing Machine Company, Hopkins is now better known as the raspberry capital of America – a distinction that can be traced back to some of the early families that inhabited the area and grew them.
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