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Interstate 405 (Washington)

Interstate 405 is a north–south auxiliary Interstate Highway serving the Seattle region of Washington, United States. It bypasses Seattle east of Lake Washington, traveling through the Eastside area of King and Snohomish counties, providing an al ...

Interstate 505

Interstate 505 is a north–south auxiliary Interstate Highway in the Sacramento Valley in Northern California. It is a spur auxiliary route of I-5 that runs from near Dunnigan south to I-80 in Vacaville. I-505 is primarily a rural Interstate, but ...

Interstate 705

Interstate 705 is a short Interstate Highway that is spur route of I-5 located entirely within Tacoma, Washington, United States. I-705 serves as the connector between I-5, Downtown Tacoma, Tacomas waterfront, North Tacoma, and the Tacoma Dome. I ...

U.S. Route 99 in California

U.S. Route 99 was the main north–south United States Numbered Highway on the West Coast of the United States until 1964, running from Calexico, California, on the Mexican border to Blaine, Washington, on the Canadian border. Known also as the "Go ...

Wheeler Ridge Interchange

The Wheeler Ridge Interchange is a freeway interchange near Wheeler Ridge, California, where State Route 99 merges with Interstate 5. Located approximately 20 miles south of Bakersfield, it is the southernmost freeway interchange in the San Joaqu ...

Charles Mears Silver Lake Boardinghouse

The Charles Mears Silver Lake Boardinghouse is a boardinghouse located at the outlet of Silver Lake, near Mears, Michigan. It is one of the few remaining structures built to serve the lumbering industry, which was Michigans predominant industry i ...

2018 El Paso, Texas elections

On November 6, 2018, El Paso County elected a new member of the House of Representatives of the United States, a new county judge, two county commissioners, five state representatives, four city council members. The national, state and county ele ...

Adobes, Texas

Adobes, Texas was a small farming community and now-ghost town, located on the Rio Grande and Farm Road 170. It was founded in the 1870s. Cotton began to be grown in the area in 1914, and by 1930 the community had 750 acres of irrigated land.

Afton, Texas

A post office was established in the community under the name Beckton in 1893, and the name was changed to Afton in 1900. The present name is derived from the poem Sweet Afton by Robert Burns.

Aiken, Floyd County, Texas

Aiken is an unincorporated community in western Floyd County, Texas, United States. It lies along U.S. Route 70 north of the city of Floydada, the county seat of Floyd County. Its elevation is 3.300 feet. Although Aiken is unincorporated, it has ...

Allred, Texas

Allred was laid out in 1938, and named for James Allred, 33rd Governor of Texas. A post office was established at Allred in 1938, and remained in operation until 1957.

Amistad, Texas

Amistad is a census-designated place in Val Verde County, Texas, United States. The population was 53 at the 2010 census. This CDP was formed prior to the 2010 census from parts of the deleted Box Canyon-Amistad CDP.

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