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The concept of what constitutes a small town—or village in the terminology used in some areas—is a relatively one. In much of the rural West, a small town usually has less than 1,000 people. Small towns can be interesting places and often have colorful histories. Shown below are some small towns we recently encountered in Oregon.

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Where else but a small town would you find a combination hardware store and restaurant (appropriately called Screw and Brew).  

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Welcome to Street Prophets Saturday, an open thread. Feel free to share your observations about small towns or whatever else is on your mind. And the usual question is---What’s for dinner?

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