Buckman is a small town in southern Morrison County in Buckman Township with a population of 307. The town was settled in 1869 and named for early settler and former U.S. Congressman Clarence B. Buckman.
South Haven is a small town in northern Wright County with a population of 187 along Highway 55 between Kimball and Annandale. South Haven was platted in 1888 and was named South Haven because it is 2 miles south of Fairhaven.
St. Martin or as many locals call it "Smartin" is a town with a population of 343 in Central Minnesota located along county roads 12 and 195. The community was plated in 1866 and named after Martin of Tours. St. Martin was incorporated in 1891.
Richmond, Minnesota is a town of 1,422 people southwest of St. Cloud on Highway 23. The community was settled in the 1850s, platted in 1856 and incorporated in 1890. Richmond has many lakes in the area including the horseshoe chain of lakes.
Bowlus is a small town in Morrison County with a population of 279 according to the most recent census. Bowlus was platted in 1907 and named by officers from the Minneapolis, St. Paul and Ste. Saint Marie Railroad. A post office has been in operation in Bowlus since 1907.