The town of Marshall, where I have lived and farmed all my life, is becoming a ghost town. Less than 30 percent of its houses are now occupied by full-time residents. We are so small, we are no longer included in the U.S. census. When I was growing up, we had a balance of farmers, teachers, fisherme

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