Truxno, Louisiana

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Truxno is a village in Union Parish, Louisiana, United States. Because the area is incorporated into Marion, its population is unknown, as its census information has not yet been publicly released.

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Coordinates: 32°56′51″N92°24′22″W / 32.94750°N 92.40611°W / 32.94750; -92.40611

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