Near Interstate 35W, this Ramsey and Anoka County city is close to the Mississippi River. It was first a part of Anoka, and then split off after the Civil War, and was named after Speaker of the House James Blaine.
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The six hundred and sixty-fifth largest city in the United States, Blaine, Minnesota is home to a population of just over 54,000 people. Part of the Minneapolis-St. Paul urban area; Blaine's economy revolves around construction, metal products, professional services, machinery, finance, education, and health care. The city is served by a number of large medical facilities, including Unity Hospital, Mercy Hospital, and Anoka-Metro Regional Treatment Center. Submit your resume to be matched to jobs in Blaine.