Tiny, Three-Person Minnesota Town Dissolves

A three-person town in Minnesota has voted (by an overwhelming vote of 2 to 1) to dissolve and merge with a nearby township. Tenney, Minn., had a "booming" population of 185 in 1910, but that number has been steadily declining since. City Clerk Oscar Guenther once tried to attract more people to town by saying, “People would say you are in the middle of nowhere. … I would say we’re in the middle of everywhere.” Now that is adorable …

 

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