Small-town America

Three quick items:

1) The town of Winfield, Missouri elected Henry Stonebraker to a fourth term as mayor – several weeks after his death. I wonder if he ran unopposed. If not, what does that say about his opponent?

2) In Lander, Wyoming, there is a parking lot on the west end of town where you can find the following three businesses: a pet boarding/grooming establishment, an animal hospital, and a taxidermy studio. I guess if the groomer slips with the shears, and the vet can’t save it, you don’t have to go far to find someone who can help you keep your pet around.

3) Buford, Wyoming, is probably the smallest incorporated town in the US. It used to be the county seat for Laramie county, but people moved away.

Welcome to Buford

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