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Kenesaw, Nebraska is about as big as it sounds. It is a quick burst of texture along the railroad line to Hastings with houses, sheds and the remainder of a grain elevator reaching out of the Southern Nebraska prairie on either side of Smith Avenue.
5. Living in a remote area, especially in nature is very uplifting, quiet and inspiring. Have you noticed when you go for
Bill Goodman showed that he is not only a hall of fame journalist; he is a hall of fame author and every true Kentuckian should own a copy of his book.
More than 128,000 of our readers rated their favorite cities in the U.S. -- in fact, we got so much feedback, we had to divide our list in two. This roundup features the country's smaller cities, with populations under 150,000. Counting down...
50 Things to Do in America Before You Die Twenty-five miles southwest of Austin, Driftwood is best known for the Salt Lick
You may not know it, but some of the country's best festivals are held in small towns scattered throughout the U.S. Featuring
How creative were you back in the day, with the big, brown paper bag from your grocer during Halloween?
Have you ever wanted your very own town? The Rapid City Journal reports that the tiny unincorporated hamlet of Swett, South Dakota is available for anyone willing to shell out $400,000.
I didn't know my hometown was a small town. Not until college, anyway. That's where I realized not everyone gets stuck behind turbines and farm equipment on their dirt road. Not all people hear cows mooing at night.
Growing up in a small town is something the city kids (like my husband) will just never understand. If you also grew up in a small town, than you will be able to relate to this list.
Being home always reminds me why I'm so spoiled to grow up in a small town. Now, before you freak out and get mad that I'm dissing small town life, it's not what you think it is. I promise.
I'm not black. I'm Asian American. But late at night, in a certain slant of light, I'm just a spook, a boogey man, a creep. I could see how a wary homeowner in hunting country could over-react to a stranger at the door.
A few weeks ago, I saw a young boy riding his bike in the street at a busy intersection. When he rode slowly by, I said, 'Excuse me, young man -- be careful, this is a busy intersection; maybe you should ride on the sidewalk.' He was no bigger than a third grader -- how he responded was quite disturbing to say the least.
Yes, some of my memories of high school are painful. Memories may not change, but perspective does.
Marriage is NOT the same no matter where you live. For example, we haven't had a good old-fashioned, knock-down, drag-out screaming match in I don't know how long.
Newspapers no longer need publishers, copy editors, designers, production managers or advertising salespeople to be stationed at the newspaper. They can do their job from anywhere. You can even set up automated answering services so you don't have to deal with an actual customer.
It sounds cliche to say that being a pastor is the hardest thing I've ever done, but it's true. And yet, I can't imagine doing anything else.