The town of Woodruff was originally settled by a group of Latter-Day Saints led by Nathan Cram Tenney, sent here by Brigham Young, this small community had a slow and difficult beginning. With limited resources and very few people, creating a home in the wilderness was a daunting task.
Woodruff is currently home to about 60 families, a post office, a small public library (the old schoolhouse, and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Click here to see some interesting sights, and/or sites.
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