Houston is a great place to visit and an even better place to live. Houston is located in the southeast corner of Minnesota. This area escaped the effects of glaciation during the last ice age and is characterized by steep, forested ridges, deeply carved river valleys and karst geology characterized by spring fed, cold water trout streams. The Houston area offers opportunities for biking, hiking, canoeing, camping, fishing, hunting and is home to the International Owl Center. We hope to see you soon.
Cox True Value Hardware & Appliance
101 S Grant Street
Barista's Coffee House
110 N Grant Street
Root River Market
119 E Cedar Street
Curbside Pickup available Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 10 am to 2 pm . Minimum order of $20.
JT's Corner Bar & Grill
125 E Cedar Street
Sub-Zero Pizza & Ice Cream
210 E Cedar Street
High Plains Cenex
River Valley Convenience Store
103 E Cedar Street
801 E Cedar Street
Area Churches Offering Worship Opportunities
Cross of Christ Lutheran Church
204 S. Chase Street
(Service information can be found on the website below.)
714 E Cedar Street
Bethany Evangelical Free Church
301 S Ellsworth
(507) 896 3321
(Service information can be found on
the website below.)
Looney Valley Lutheran Church
2040 Looney Valley Road
Money Creek United Methodist Church
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Can you help solve a Houston Art Mystery?
The paintings below come with an interesting story. They were said to have been painted by a traveling artist in exchange for food and or board. Two of the paintings are signed "ASH" and dated 1934. The third painting is not signed nor dated but appears to have been painted by the same artist. ASH could be the artist’s last name or initials. The paintings are roughly 3.5 ft by 8 ft and were displayed in the A & M cafe in Houston. If you have any additional information about these paintings please contact me at email@example.com.
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