The Groton Community is made up of approximatly 1400 people. It is located in Northeast South Dakota at the Junction of SD 37 and US 12.
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Groton is more than 125 years old and has successfully weathered the test of time. The town prospered along the tracks of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad. Groton, like many other prairie railroad stations, was named after one of the New England towns familiar to railroad officials. In this case, Groton received its name from Groton, Mss. The town was platted and registered in 1881, even though settlement.