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Below is some general information about Rochester:
Rochester is a city in the U.S. state of Minnesota and is the county seat of Olmsted County. Located on both banks of the Zumbro River, the city has a population of 106,769 according to the 2010 United States Census. The U.S. Census Bureau estimated 2012 population is 108,992. It is Minnesota’s third-largest city and the largest city located outside of the Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington Metropolitan Statistical Area. As of 2012, the Rochester metropolitan area has a population of 209,607. The territorial legislature created Olmsted County on February 20, 1855, with Rochester named county seat in 1857. Rochester developed as a stagecoach stop between Saint Paul, Minnesota, and Dubuque, Iowa. When the railroad arrived in the 1860s, it brought new residents and business opportunities. In 1863, Dr. William W. Mayo arrived as the examining surgeon for draftees in the Civil War. The community was named after Rochester, New York. On August 21, 1883, the Great Tornado demolished much of Rochester, leaving 37 dead and about 200 injured. There was no medical facility at the time, so Mayo and his two sons worked together to care for the wounded. Donations of $60,000 were collected and the Sisters of St. Francis, assisted by Mayo, opened a new facility named St. Marys Hospital in 1889. The Mayo practice grew and is today among the largest and most well-respected medical facilities in the world. Many famous people from around the world, including former Presidents George H.W. Bush, Gerald Ford, and Ronald Reagan, have visited Rochester as patients of the Mayo Clinic.
Rochester lies alongside the South Fork of the Zumbro River. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 54.75 square miles of which 54.59 square miles of it is land and 0.16 square miles is water. Rochester is in Olmsted County, one of only four counties in Minnesota without a natural lake. Artificial lakes exist in the area, including Silver Lake, a dammed portion of the South Fork Zumbro River just below the convergence with Silver Creek near the city center. The lake is used as a cooling pond by the coal-burning power plant operated by Rochester Public Utilities at Silver Lake. The heated water from the plant generally prevents the lake from freezing over during the winter. The open water attracts large numbers of migrating Giant Canada Geese. Rochester has many parks such as Silver Lake and Soldiers Field. A major flood in 1978 led the city to embark on an expensive flood-control project that involved altering many nearby rivers and streams.
A number of Rochester buildings are on the National Register of Historic Places, including the former Chateau Theatre, which now houses a Barnes & Noble bookstore, and Avalon Music, formerly a hotel important in the local civil rights movement. The Rochester Art Center is located downtown, just south of the Mayo Civic Center. In the summer, every Thursday the city puts on Thursdays on First where local restaurants and artists can set up booths all along First Avenue downtown Rochester. There are also a few stages where bands perform and provide entertainment, but there are always a number of street musicians sitting on walls or standing on the sidewalks. Rochester’s park system is large, with more than 100 sites covering 5 square miles. The city maintains 85 miles of paved trails. The south terminus of the Douglas State Trail, built on an abandoned railroad grade, is in Rochester.
Rochester is located in Minnesota’s 1st congressional district, represented by Mankato educator Tim Walz, a member of the Minnesota DemocraticÐFarmerÐLabor Party. The city includes parts of Minnesota state legislative districts 25 and 26. In the Minnesota House of Representatives, District 25A is represented by Duane Quam, District 25B is represented by Kim Norton, District 26A is represented by Tina Liebling, and District 26B is represented by Mike Benson. In the Minnesota Senate, Rochester is represented by Dave Senjem and Carla Nelson, both Republicans. The mayor of Rochester is Ardell Brede. The city has an early defibrillation program; all marked city police cars carry defibrillators. Rochester Public Schools enroll 16,300 students in 23 public primary and secondary schools. The city is divided into three public high school districts: John Marshall, Mayo and Century. Private schools in the city include Lourdes and Schaeffer Academy. Studio Academy, a fine arts-focused charter school operated for 10 years in Rochester and closed its doors in 2011 upon losing its charter. The Rochester STEM Academy opened in 2011, occupying the former Studio Academy building. Higher education in Rochester has been concentrated at University Center Rochester in the city’s southeast outskirts, where Rochester Community and Technical College shares a campus with a branch of Winona State University. The University of Minnesota offered degrees through UCR until 2007, when the University of Minnesota Rochester was established downtown. Rochester is also home to Crossroads College, along with branches of Cardinal Stritch University and the Minnesota School of Business. Branches of Augsburg College and College of St. Scholastica are also in Rochester as are branches of Winona State University and St. Mary’s University. The Mayo Clinic offers graduate medical education and research programs through the Mayo Medical School.
The city newspaper is the Post-Bulletin, an afternoon paper which publishes Monday through Saturday. The Post-Bulletin company also publishes Rochester Magazine, a monthly features periodical, as well as an Austin, Minnesota edition of their main paper. A newspaper for all of Olmsted County, the Olmsted County Journal, is a weekly newspaper in the area. The city had long been a fixture on Money magazine’s “Best Places to Live” index, and was ranked number 67 on the 2006 list, and in the top 3, including number one multiple times, from 1993-1997. Rochester ranked second in Quality of Life by American City Business Journal. Rochester ranked sixth in Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine’s 10 Best Cities for the Next Decade. Golf Digest and Golf for Women both ranked Rochester as the fifth best golf market in the midwest in 2006. In 2009, US News and World Report ranked Rochester in the Top Ten Best Places to Grow Up and ninth for Best Cities for job seeking retirees. Rochester was ranked the 5th best city to retire in by the Milken Institute.
Source: Rochester on Wikipedia