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Arrivals and departures

Iowa State Data Center releases in-and-out migration for Emmet County

September 5, 2017
Amy H. Peterson - Staff Writer (apeterson@esthervillenews.net) , Estherville News

The State Data Center, a program of the State Library of Iowa in Des Moines, has released the latest data on migration in and out of each Iowa county.

During the four-year period from 2011 to 2015, residents moved from Emmet County in the greatest numbers to counties in southern Minnesota, including Martin and Blue Earth. Union and Minnehaha Counties in South Dakota and Emmet's neighboring counties of Dickinson, Kossuth and Palo Alto counties were near the top of the list. Other Iowa locations include Humboldt, Fayette, and Story counties. Other locations include Clermont County, Ohio, Dallas County, Texas, and Riverside County, California.

Newcomers or returners came into Emmet County during the same period from a more diverse span of places. Dickinson, Palo Alto, Clay and Kossuth counties brought the most residents from Iowa, along with Clinton, Johnson and Polk counties.

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Emmet County In-Migration

Cook County, Illinois, which encompasses the city of Chicago, brought a number of residents, as well as Martin, Jackson and Nobles counties in Minnesota.

A half-dozen residents came from Iberville Parish, La., and others from Nebraska, Missouri, South Dakota, Tennessee, Vermont, Utah, Wisconsin, Wyoming, South Carolina and New York.

Seventeen came each from Hidalgo and Bexar counties in Texas, while 53 more came from outside the U.S.: 17 from Asia, 19 from Mexico, and 16 from Central America.

 
 
 

 

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