Smaller U.S. Cities That You May Know

Based on a clue, can you guess these places in the United States that have a population of less than 100,000?
Many of these are technically villages, towns, boroughs, or unincorporated
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Colorado
Has possibly the most expensive real estate in the U.S., with the
median home selling for over $5 million
Aspen
California
This city actually has five different zips codes including 90209 and 90213
Beverly Hills
New York
Home to the Baseball Hall of Fame
Cooperstown
South Dakota
Wild Bill Hickok died in this Old West boomtown in the Black Hills
Deadwood
Minnesota
Minnesota's port on Lake Superior
Duluth
Washington
Rainy city where "Twilight" was set
Forks
Pennsylvania
Site of the deadliest battle of the Civil War
Gettysburg
Pennsylvania
Where you'll find the intersection of Chocolate and Cocoa avenues
Hershey
Wyoming
People often mistakenly add the word "hole" to this town's name
Jackson
Florida
Ernest Hemingway once lived in this southernmost city
in the lower 48 states
Key West
Kansas
Get court-martialed and you may end up in this city home to the
military's only maximum security prison
Leavenworth
Vermont
Least populous state capital
Montpelier
Massachusetts
Former whaling center featured in many a dirty limerick
Nantucket
Alaska
The Iditarod sled dog race ends at this city on the Bering Sea
Nome
New Jersey
Shares its name with the Ivy League university located therein
Princeton
Pennsylvania
Its most famous resident is a groundhog
Punxsutawney
New Mexico
Did a UFO crash near here in 1947? We may never know.
Roswell
Massachusetts
Boston suburb known for its infamous witch trials
Salem
Mississippi
Elvis was born here in 1935
Tupelo
Alaska
Northernmost city in the U.S.
Utqiagvik
(formerly Barrow)
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Level 82
Jun 30, 2020
More typeins for Punxatawney (sp??!!, I'm sure that's still not right) :-)
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Level 72
Jul 10, 2020
So how many type-ins are allowed for that place?
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Level 59
Jun 30, 2020
Might add some other spelling options for Duluth. For some strange reason, I thought there was an e in it.
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Level 82
Jun 30, 2020
No type-ins needed for Forks. For Utqiagvik? Maybe.
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Level 64
Jul 1, 2020
Just type Barrow.
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Level 81
Jul 2, 2020
They've just lost their identity. Nobody will remember that name.
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Level 68
Jul 1, 2020
I was in Forks last week, it's honestly a bit insane how Twilight-crazy they are over there
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Level 71
Jul 1, 2020
"Smaller U.S. cities that you might know" No, I don't.
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Level 65
Jul 1, 2020
So BH has that many "zips codes"?
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Level 72
Jul 2, 2020
I was sure, Butte would be correct for the Wyoming question.
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Level 68
Jul 3, 2020
C'mon, QRU. You know very well that Butte is in Montana. Funny, though.