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The valley town with dueling names
From the day this small farming village sprang up in the 1880s, townspeople feuded over its name. Should it honor the man whose wheat ranch it had replaced? Or wouldn’t a native word, said to mean fertile valley, sound more … romantic? It took 30 years to agree on a winner: neither of the above.
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