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    A hometown, a town where an individual originates or born and reared in. I have lived in Goodwell all of the sixteen years of my life. Any town could possibly have a person claim it as their hometown, but as for me, I call Goodwell, Oklahoma, my hometown. While driving down U.S. Route 54 a person will slow down to drive right through the edge of this little town without a single stop light. Some great qualities of Goodwell include a small population, a small school for pre-kindergarten through senior

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    Future in a Small Town

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    Children are the future.Without children, the world would die off in one generation. Thus an investment in our children, is an investment in the future. In the small community of Cascade from the perspective of a child, to put it lightly, is inactive and dull. Even though I believe educational system is excellent, beyond school hours, students are limited to athletics to fill about 6 to 7 hours. Excluding those who do not enjoy athletes or do not have the means to participate. Also the summer months

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    the writers were bias and had fixed opinions of hatred towards Wal-Mart. This influenced my opinion significantly and gradually I am realizing what a major issue it is, and how it has affected the American economy as a whole. On a smaller scale, small town America is being affected by the ‘money exporting’ from smalle...

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    Digital Revolution

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    life on another planet, cyberspace is a whole other world on earth. The widespread impact and use of the Internet did not mesmerize the world until the early 1990s. The author, John Schwartz, examines some of the effects the Internet has had on a small town. Another author, Dale Spender, focuses on the effects of the Internet on the world as a whole. In spite of everything, the Internet is an innovative technology and the consequences that the Internet has on the world is unknown. Dale Spender is

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    Sun Angel

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    that grew up in the small town of Dolguard. Each story is written from someone else’s point of view, therefore giving us a closer look into the town. We get to see the full picture, and see how the characters shape the way we view life in a small town. The characters in these short stories were all very unique. They ranged from children, young kids just out of college, drunks, and farmers trying to make ends meet. It was interesting to see how each character was tied to the town. Even after moving

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    They fall in love and move to the small town of Gopher Prairie. While there Carol tries to change her home, as well as all of the other buildings in town. Carol is identified as the protagonist because she’s the main character and she has a conflict to overcome. Paragraph 2 The antagonist in this story is Carol’s personality. She is always trying to stay in love with William, but at the same time she can’t stand the thought of living in a small town where the people don’t change. It’s

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    Hoosiers

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    assisted Coach Dale in gaining the loyalty of the team and the attention of the town. They also helped him to change the losing ways of the early team into the state champion team they ended up to be. Additionally, a number of environmental factors played a role in his success. The almost religious fervor of basketball in Indiana, the quasi-anarchist environment of the town’s men, and the fact that Hickory was a small town all played vital roles in Coach Dale’s success. The first personal traits

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    better life. They are from small towns deep within Mexico that do not offer much opportunity for the people of the town to live a prosperous life and to provide for their family. In the small town of Sierra Mixteco, men women and children arrived in town at various times of the day bent over loads of fire wood gathered from the mountains to sell in the town market. For those who did not sell fire wood, they spent their time making straw hats to sell in the markets of larger towns, both of these jobs only

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    This novel tells the story of a small-town, working-class life in the mid 1900’s. The daughter of a meatpacking company millwright, Cheri Register tells about the event, which divides her small town of Albert Lea during time of depression. Albert Lea, Minnesota was an industrial town of only 13,545 people. Surrounding the area was cornfields, lakes, cattail marshes, knolls, and oak groves. Albert Lea still was in the 1950’s when this story began. Cheri was an elementary student. Her school plans

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    rather live in a small town and some people rather live in a big city. Some people like the peace and quiet and not a lot of loud noises. Some people love hearing the loud noises from the city, and seeing people. People are different in all kind of ways. They are pros and cons living in the city or living in a small town. I would rather live in a small town because it is quiet, there are friendly people, and the nature and health. The first reason why I would rather live in a small town because it is

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