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Old 05-17-2018, 06:03 AM
Location: Oklahoma
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I hate to say it but I've always thought that Seminole is kind of scroungy. It was a 1920s oil boom roughneck town that kind of slowly withered away. There are some nice areas of town but the older areas and the downtown are pretty rundown. It is a pretty green place in that it is in the trees, and it's close proximity to Ada is a plus.
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Old 05-17-2018, 01:34 PM
Location: Stillwater, Oklahoma
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Thanks for getting us back to what Seminole is like.
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Old 05-21-2018, 02:42 AM
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No, I prefer cities even if I live in Jenks. Still, Jenks is a world away from Stillwater. And I have no idea where Perry is.

But Wal-Mart instead of being a gauge of the health of small towns, is a leech destroying small town America.

LOL, I agree using walmart as a gauge is hilarious.

But OTOH, we live in a rural area, and we actually travel to Seminole to hit their walmart, and other stores because most of the surrounding small towns don't have any of the FF places or a grocery store that is affordable.

Seminole is not bad and not great in my opinion. It's sort of the lessor of two evils. It has a community college and a GREAT Italian restaurant. Now THAT was a surprise!

Of course many people prefer either city, small town, or rural. Seminole is not small town, I think of any town with a population under 1000 to be a small town, although I am not sure how others gauge a small town.

We go to the vet there and sometimes go to church there. So I have nothing really bad to say about Seminole except it like all other towns in OK has a meth problem. But that goes without sayung.
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