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The county of Pike is located in Mississippi and was founded in 1815. There are 40,404 residents in Pike who have access to courthouses in Magnolia, McComb, Osyka, Summit. In general, each county has a full set of courts, from traffic court to superior and appellate court; supreme courts are usually located in the state capital. Mississippi is part of the 5th federal circuit court as well.
There are 2,420 residents in Magnolia, which is 3.3 square miles and 305ft above sea level.
There are 12,790 residents in McComb, which is 11.6 square miles and 423ft above sea level.
There are 440 residents in Osyka, which is 1.0 square miles and 266ft above sea level.
There are 1,705 residents in Summit, which is 1.7 square miles and 433ft above sea level.