Talk:Minnesota State Highway 7

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The text of the entry was: Did you know ... that State Highway 7 in the US state of Minnesota follows the Minnesota River National Scenic Byway along Lac qui Parle by the state line?
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For some odd reason the name of the easternmost mile of Highway 7, running from its intersection with Highway 100 to its eastern terminus at the intersection of France Avenue and Lake Street, was changed to Highway 25 some years ago (I don't know the exact date). Nonetheless, street signs along a "service road" still identify it as Highway 7. Why does any of that make sense? Michael Hardy 19:55, 11 May 2007 (UTC)