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These state pages or hyper-local pages provide content directly related to a specific geographical location.
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Columbia County--#1 Best Place to Live in Northeast Rural America 2008 - 02/26/08 11:13 PM
The Progressive Farmer Magazine, published since 1886, has released its fourth annual top ten rankings of the Best Places to Live in Rural America 2008. Their selection is based on school quality, access to health care, low crime, and affordable farmland. This year they offered extra credit to counties that have successfully protected farmland, controlled pressure from urban areas and struck a balance among agriculture, manufacturing, and modern convenience. Columbia County was listed as #5 on the top ten list, and was named #1 in the Northeast. This convenient location is only a couple of hours from Philadelphia, New York, and (0 comments)
Well the results are in! My company, Century 21 Covered Bridges Realty, Inc. had a record breaking year in 2007. We even had three agents break their personal best year. We again lead the marketplace and outsold our nearest two competitors combined. According to the multiple listing service of the Central Susquehanna Valley Board of Realtors, the average sale price increased slightly as did the number of days on the market. My company continued to lead Columbia County in both the number of closed transactions and sales volume. The media continues to dwell on the highest rate of forclosures in history and (1 comments)
Tush Push, Badonkadonk, Bow Legged, Settlin, Cruisin, Red High Heels, Waltz Across Texas, Irish Stew! What are they? Living in rural Pennsylvania, country music is enjoyed by many on their radios and televisions. Country line dancing has been very popular in the Bloomsburg area since the early 90's. Since my colleagues have always been health and weight conscious, we have been attempting to diet, work out, and lose weight for years. It is always a struggle to find the time to get to the gym or have the energy to use the exercise ball and total gym after a long day of (6 comments)
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