Miner, MO 63801

Miner was born following World War II and was named after Mr. Minner, an original landowner who once resided there. Once known as Miner Switch because of the railroad switching station located there, it was incorporated in 1951 as the City of Miner.

Population (2000 Census) 
Miner: 1,056 (-13.3% from 1990) 
County: 40, 422 
State: 5,595,211

Land Area: 4.1 square miles 
Elevation: 320 feet above sea level 
Location: Adjacent to Sikeston at I-55, US Hwy. 61, MO 62.

Visit in or near Miner:

In Miner you'll find the world-famous Lambert's Cafe - Home of Throwed Rolls! You can spend a day shopping at the Sikeston Factory Outlet Mall or see the state's largest collection of farm machinery at the Southeast Missouri Agriculture Museum just east of town.

For more information about the City of Miner: Miner City Hall at 573-471-8520
Sikeston-Miner Convention & Visitors Bureau


Scott County Mo
P.O. Box 188 :: 131 S. Winchester Street 
Benton, Missouri 63736 
Phone: 573-545-3549 Fax: 573-545-3540
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