Two years ago, when Mark Lunsford moved to Washington County from a small town in Oklahoma, he wasn’t sure what to expect.
He was coming to an unfamiliar place to live with his dad, who had lived in Washington County all his life. Turns out, it was “pretty much the same stuff, different place.”
And for Lunsford, that was a good thing.
“In a small town, I really like how everyone’s really nice, and everybody gets to know everybody on a first-name basis,” Lunsford said. “It’s a nice place to be.”