State Line

Some articles on state line, states:

State Line, Mississippi - Education
... The Wayne County portion of State Line is served by the Wayne County School District ... The Greene County portion is served by the Greene County School District ...
List Of Interstate And U.S. Highways In Utah - U.S. Highways - Former Routes
... northern terminus Years active Replaced by 030S ! US-30S Idaho state line near Snowville Wyoming state line towards Evanston 1926 - 1970s I-80 / I-84 / US-189 160 ! US-160 US-6 / US-50 at Crescent Junction Colorado ...
State Line Archeological District
... The State Line Archeological District (also known as the State Line Site) is a complex of archaeological sites west of Elizabethtown, Ohio, United States ... Radiocarbon dating has revealed that State Line was occupied at approximately the same time as the SunWatch Site near Dayton, Ohio and the Turpin Site at Newtown ... In 1975, State Line was listed on the National Register of Historic Places for its archaeological significance ...
Late-April 1909 Tornado Outbreak - Meteorological Synopsis
... touched down just south of the Tennessee-Mississippi state line in Desoto County and tracked east-northeast for about 125 miles (201 km) across Shelby ... near Bee Springs, just north of the Alabama state line ... in the Missouri storm, 5 near Texas City and 29 along the Alabama-Tennessee state line ...
List Of Interstate And U.S. Highways In Utah - Interstate Highways
015 ! I-15 400.592 !400.592 miles (644.690 km) I-15 at the Arizona state line towards Littlefield I-15 at the Idaho state line towards Malad City Washington, Iron. 231.673 !231.673 miles (372.842 km) I-15 near Cove Fort, UT I-70 / US 6 / US 50 at the Colorado state line towards Grand Junction Millard, Sevier, Emery, Grand ... I-80 196.680 !196.680 miles (316.526 km) I-80 at the Nevada state line in Wendover I-80 / US 189 at the Wyoming state line towards Evanston Tooele, Salt Lake, Summit ...

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