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Kettle River City Hall Info
City Hall Information

Hours: Monday to Thursday  8:00 a.m. to noon

Contact Information:

P.O. Box 145
3977 Main Street
Kettle River, MN.  55757 
Telephone:  218-273-4662, Fax: 218-273-6238
cityclerk@ci.kettle-river.mn.us

Kettle River MN News

April 10, 2019:  Jurek, Jennifer, and Eschenbach, Calen, welcome a boy, Bearen Isaac Eschenbach.


Firefighters and Emergency Medical Responders Needed:  If you are interested in serving your community as a Volunteer Firefighter and/or an Emergency Medical Responder please contact City Hall at 273-4662 or click here for the job description and application.

Kettle River
The city of Kettle River runs along the Kettle River in Carlton County.  Kettle River had a population of 180 in 2010.  Kettle River was incorporated in 1921.
 
Kettle River rests on Highway 73 between Cromwell, Barnum, and Moose Lake.
  
The Census Bureau reports that the city has a total area of 0.38 square miles.
 
Kettle River hosts Ma and Pa Kettle Days, an annual festival, every August.  The festiviites include a pancake breakfast, parade, a Miss Kettle River pageant, a mud bog on Saturday afternoon.  On Friday and Saturday, everyone is welcome to the street dances.  On Sunday, children thoroughly enjoy the parade of floats and the candy.
 
The Kettle River area of Carlton County, Minnesota, was settled by a large concentration of Finnish Immigrants in the years leading up to the First World War and the influence of those immigrants is still noticeable even today.
 
On October 12, 1918, the 1918 Cloquet Fire caused by sparks on the local railroads left much of western Carlton County area devastated. Several hundred persons were killed by the fire and thousands more left homeless. The only building left standing in Kettle River following the fire was the bank that was made of brick. This building still stands in Kettle River, near the center of the town on the west side of State Highway 73.
 
Following the fire, with most people homeless and destitute, the Spanish Influenza outbreak of 1918 wreaked even more havoc on the local peoples, taking more lives.
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