Pengilly, MinnesotaPengilly (population 1000) is located west of Nashwauk just off Highway 169, on Highway 65, on the edge of Swan Lake.
City Government:Unincorporated Township.
Recreation: Miskovich-Morrow Ball Park; VFW Memorial Park-outdoor skating rink and picnic grounds; Swan Lake Country Club nine hole golf course and driving range.
SQUAW LAKESquaw Lake (population 94) is situated between two large lakes, Natures Lake and Round Lake. Rich in Ojibwe history, the city was a traditional site during the wild rice harvest. The organization, “Geese Unlimited,” was founded here. Located on the “Avenue of Pines” section of Highway 46, the city’s main employment today is from private logging operations.
City GovernmentCity Hall: (218-659-4401) The council meets the second Monday of the month at 7 p.m. at City Hal. City Hall is open during the meetings.
Indian Council: Squaw Lake Local Indian Council, Squaw Lake, MN 56681.
Business: The Hill Bar and Restaurant (659-9220); Max Mini Store (659-4235); Crow Bar and Grill (659-4488); Mertes Garage (659-4270); Country Hair Care (659-4274).
Utilities: North Itasca Electric Cooperative, Inc. (1-800-762-4048), Paul Bunyan Telephone (1-888-246-8228).
“The source of this information is the Grand Rapids Herald Review”