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Bellevue named fourth best small city in U.S. in which to live

Bellevue was praised for its forested cityscapes, a lower-than-average jobless rate, a diverse population, great schools and an abundance of of arts and entertainment activities. - Bellevue Reporter photo
Bellevue was praised for its forested cityscapes, a lower-than-average jobless rate, a diverse population, great schools and an abundance of of arts and entertainment activities.
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Bellevue has been named the fourth best small city in the country in which to live by Money Magazine.

The city was praised for its forested cityscapes, a lower-than-average jobless rate, a diverse population, great schools and an abundance of of arts and entertainment activities.

Bellevue trailed Eden Prairie, MN; Columbia/Ellicott City, MD; and Newton, MA. Rounding out the Top Ten are McKinney, TX; Fort Collins, CO; Overland Park, KS; Fishers, IN; Ames, IA; and Rogers, AR.

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