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Ray, Indiana and Michigan

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Country  United States
Counties  Branch and Steuben
ZIP codes  48096
Elevation  329 m
Zip code  48096
States  Michigan and Indiana
Time zone  Eastern (EST) (UTC-5)
GNIS feature ID  635676
Local time  Saturday 6:15 AM
Ray, Indiana and Michigan
Weather  12°C, Wind SE at 6 km/h, 85% Humidity

Ray is an unincorporated community in both Steuben County, Indiana and Branch County, Michigan in the United States. Located along the local "State Line Road," the small community straddles the border between the two states. The Indiana Northeastern Railroad travels southwest-northeast through Ray. Its elevation is 1,079 feet (329 m), making it the highest populated place in northern Indiana.

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Map of Ray, IN 46737, USA

Indiana

The Indiana half of Ray lies in northeastern Fremont Township in the northeastern part of Steuben County. Surrounding towns include Clear Lake to the southeast and Fremont to the southwest. The former Cedar Lake, now a marshy area, lies southwest of Ray and east of Fremont. Ray once ran a post office from 1872 to 1960. The residents are now served by the Fremont, IN 46737 post office in Indiana and the Montgomery, MI 49285 post office in Michigan.

Michigan

The Michigan half of Ray lies at the intersection of Delmar Road with State Line Road in the far southeastern corner of Branch County, on the southern edge of California Township. Nearby surrounding communities include California directly to the north; Quincy almost directly to the north; Montgomery to the east-northeast; and Coldwater (the county seat) to the northwest. A post office is located on the Michigan half of Ray, with the ZIP code of 48096. The ZCTA for ZIP code 48096, which includes nearly all of California Township, had a population of 3,904 at the 2000 census.

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Ray, Indiana and Michigan Wikipedia


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