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List of federal court sites targeted for closure
List of 60 federal court sites in 29 states slated for possible closure to cut costs
By The Associated Press

Here is a list of the court sites the federal government is considering closing in 29 states. The government ranked the 60 federal court facilities that could close based on categories including cost, usage and location.

Gadsden, Ala.22
Florence, Ala.27
Selma, Ala.44
Opelika, Ala.48
Fairbanks, Alaska15
Ketchikan, Alaska25
Juneau, Alaska37
Harrison, Ark.3
Batesville, Ark.7
Jonesboro, Ark.13
Pine Bluff, Ark.17
Hot Springs, Ark.21
Helena, Ark.34
Salinas, Calif.58
Grand Junction, Colo.43
Durango, Colo.57
Key West, Fla.12
Dublin, Ga.9
Athens, Ga.28
Waycross, Ga.29
Valdosta, Ga.41
Statesboro, Ga.56
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho11
Moscow, Idaho52
Joliet, Ill.51
Terre Haute, Ind.19
Council Bluffs, Iowa35
Pikeville, Ky.26
Bowling Green, Ky.47
Salisbury, Md.10
Traverse City, Mich.55
Fergus Falls, Minn.23
Meridian, Miss.5
Hannibal, Mo.32
Bryson City, N.C.4
Wilkesboro, N.C.24
Fayetteville, N.C.60
Minot, N.D.38
Grand Forks, N.D.40
North Platte, Neb.53
McAlester, Okla.50
Lawton, Okla.54
Pendleton, Ore.46
Beaufort, S.C.1
Aiken, S.C.8
Jackson, Tenn.16
Winchester, Tenn.20
Cookeville, Tenn.36
Columbia, Tenn.39
Amarillo, Texas30
San Angelo, Texas33
Lufkin, Texas45
Pecos, Texas59
Wichita Falls, Texas14
Big Stone Gap, Va.6
Newport News, Va.18
Parkersburg, W.Va.2
Clarksburg, W.Va.31
Vancouver, Wash.42
Jackson, Wyo.49

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