City to State

Based on the city given, name the state it is in.
If a city name is used in more than one state, assume the more well known city is implied.
At least one of these is a town.
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Last updated: July 30, 2016
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City
State
Athens
Georgia
Bemidji
Minnesota
Bend
Oregon
Binghampton
New York
Bowling Green
Kentucky
Brattleboro
Vermont
Cape May
New Jersey
Conway
Arkansas
Danbury
Connecticut
Dayton
Ohio
Ely
Nevada
Erie
Pennsylvania
Escanaba
Michigan
Evansville
Indiana
Fort Collins
Colorado
Framingham
Massachusetts
Galesburg
Illinois
Gallup
New Mexico
Garden City
Kansas
Great Falls
Montana
Green Bay
Wisconsin
Greenville
South Carolina
Huntsville
Alabama
Joplin
Missouri
Kennewick
Washington
City
State
Knoxville
Tennessee
Lahaina
Hawai'i
Lakeland
Florida
Logan
Utah
Meridian
Mississippi
Minot
North Dakota
Monroe
Louisiana
Nampa
Idaho
Norfolk
Virginia
Norman
Oklahoma
North Platte
Nebraska
Odessa
Texas
Portsmouth
New Hampshire
Prescott
Arizona
Presque Isle
Maine
Rapid City
South Dakota
Rehoboth Beach
Delaware
Riverside
California
Rock Springs
Wyoming
Rockville
Maryland
Sitka
Alaska
Warwick
Rhode Island
Waterloo
Iowa
Wheeling
West Virginia
Winston-Salem
North Carolina
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Level 80
Jul 30, 2016
Meridian, Idaho, is bigger than Meridian, Mississippi.
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Level 64
Jul 30, 2016
Yes, but I consider the one in Mississippi more well known.
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Level 64
Jul 30, 2016
If people disagree, leave your reasoning in comments.