Rural Mo. town: Population zero
The most recent U.S. census shows the nation’s population is in flux. While some cities across the country are growing, many small towns are dwindling. KBIA’s Lukas Udstuen takes us to Goss, one of the smallest towns in Missouri. You might miss it if it weren’t for a few road signs marking its location along Route 24 in Monroe County. And you’re most likely out of luck if you stop in Goss for directions because the 2010 Census reported the town has zero residents.
Check out more details about how Goss came about and see an audio slide show here.
This story originally aired as part of Business Beat, a weekly program about business and economics in mid-Missouri.