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About Paul

Paul sprang up in the early 1900s at a stop on the railroad in the middle of the newly irrigated Magic Valley region of Idaho. The plains of the Snake River Basin stretch for many miles in all directions, with a few hills and mountains visible in the distance. A rich farmland surrounds the city and agriculture dominates its way of life.

The population of Paul is 998, as of the 2000 census. It lies at the intersection of State Highways 25 and 27, and a short distance north of Interstate 84. The Snake River also passes a few miles to the south.

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632 Lane West
a road
Bacon Add Street
Bruce Street
Clark Street
Doris Avenue
Ellis Street
Fifth Street East
Fifth Street West
First Street East
First Street North
First Street West
Fourth Street East
Fourth Street West
Highland Street
Idaho Street
Larkspur Street
Lincoln Street
Luray Drive
Main Street
Railroad Street
Second Street East
Second Street West
Second West Street
Sixth Street East
Third Street East
Third Street West
Wayne Street

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