Smallest North Dakota city to double in population — to 4

  • This undated photo shows the old jail at the center of Ruso, N.D. North Dakota’s smallest incorporated city is rebounding after the death of its longtime mayor. On the verge of collapse, the McLean County community of Ruso now expects to soon experience a doubling of its population, from two residents to four. (Kim Fundingsland/Minot Daily News via AP)

RUSO, N.D. — North Dakota’s smallest incorporated city was on the verge of dissolving after the death of its longtime mayor. But now it’s rebounding, with expectations to double its population — from two residents to four.

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