I’m not going to verify whether this is the only county in the United States that touches as many as four states. Too much busy work. But yet, I have determined that our statement carved in stone is in fact, incorrect. Cimarron County in Oklahoma touches not four states, but five states including Oklahoma, the state it is in. It borders on Colorado, New Mexico, Texas and in the very northeastern corner, cops a quick feel of Kansas. Would that then be pronounced “Kans-ass”?