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    Home ::: Oregon ::: Antelope

    Population: 33

    Total Males: 16
    Total Females: 17
    Median Household Income: $ 16250
    Total Households: 16
    Full U.S. census data is available here.

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    Brief Information About Antelope

    Antelope is a city in Wasco County, Oregon. It is part of The Dalles Metro Area, and has a total area of 0.5 square miles, all of which is land. The city is named so because a large number of proghorn antelope could be seen here in the nineteenth century. The local post office was established in 1871, and the town was incorporated in 1901. For some time, this place was a commune for followers of Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh.

    Transportation and warehousing are the major economic activities here. This is also considered to be somewhat of a ghost town. Big Muddy Ranch Airport is the local airport. The closest hospital is Mountain View Hospital District, located about 28 miles away in Madras. The cost of living here 4.00% lower than the country average.

    This place gets about 13 inches of rain annually. The number of days with measurable precipitation is 89. Snowfall is about 22 inches annually.

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