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October 4th, 2009
08:04 AM ET

"Best" towns in America ranked!

Do you live in one of the "best" U.S. towns?  Which are they and why? has the whole list, packed with photos, videos, a chance for you to compare your town, and more...

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Filed under: Josh Levs
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  1. Mike Armstrong TX.

    The twin cities Sherma and Denison Texas has the the most fun lake to fish and play at and the racial devide is very small if not almost none exsistant this is a nice place where people looks after there people in times of need and our police forces keep all of us more then safe so if you ever want a nice safe place to go have fun visit our beutiful Lake Texhoma . The land of fun and tranquility .

    October 4, 2009 at 9:24 am |
  2. Robert

    Can Chicogo today and Afghanastan ten years ago be compared.

    October 4, 2009 at 4:58 pm |
  3. Laura

    Clearly this list meant "best places to live for most of the year". A native Californian, I could never live in the Northeast because of the frigid winters. Seriously, I prefer to not be miserable a good third of the year. I'm sticking to CA.

    October 6, 2009 at 3:25 am |
  4. David

    To: Josh Levs

    Louisville, Colorado being named number one is a big surprise to me. Having lived in Colorado for several years, it has some of the worst weather conditions. The winds are terrible in the Boulder area, dust blows, extreme dips in the temperatures (40 degree drops), and having lived in 30 of the 50 states, had one of the worst blizzards ever in 1982. I have spent a year plus in upstate New York, and it was very nice, with beautiful snows, and not real extreme in temperatures.

    Currently, I live near Atlanta, and have for nearly 11 years, and believe weather/climate is some of the nicest in the U.S. Also, if you travel around, Georgia and Texas I believe have the best road systems in the U.S. and probably the best Airport facilities anywhere.

    October 8, 2009 at 9:40 am |