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Old 09-28-2017, 11:10 PM
 
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Lehr is damn near a ghost town these days. It seemed like the only thing open was the bank and the bar. It even looks like the elevator don't see much use anymore.

Streeter is a little busier, but the old school is a damn shame. It's really gone to hell.

I think Wishek is a little hidden gem close to Lehr



Yes, I know about Streeter's school, my aunt was a teacher there.
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Old 11-27-2017, 02:49 PM
 
Location: Plymouth, MN
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Bismarck a clean city LOL. There are large areas of Bismarck that are pretty much waiting for the bulldozer. Bismarck still thinks that very run down trailer parks are a solution to affordable housing.
Actually, Bismarck IS a clean city. Don't know where you're looking. And yes, they do have mobile home parks. I lived in one on the south side from '74 - '84. Your post is rather condescending.
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Old 11-27-2017, 02:51 PM
 
Location: Plymouth, MN
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Bismarck.

I miss home.
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Old 11-28-2017, 02:50 PM
 
Location: Sector 001
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Actually, Bismarck IS a clean city. Don't know where you're looking. And yes, they do have mobile home parks. I lived in one on the south side from '74 - '84. Your post is rather condescending.
They have them in Brookings, SD too.. they are hidden away where you don't see them unless you drive around and look closely, though. I see them as a good thing because they provide affordable housing in an area that has a housing shortage.
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Old Today, 11:57 AM
 
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Only real city, in the national sense of the term, is Fargo, and even it is borderline. I don't mean this as a negative though, as I don't really like living in large cities.

My favorite part of ND is probably Devil's Lake. Of the larger cities and towns, probably Fargo and Grand Forks (although Fargo is going more and more dominant in the state, I feel, to the neglect of everywhere else).
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