Duncan

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Duncan is a village in Platte County, Nebraska located 8 miles west of Columbus on US Highway 30. The population is approximately 350. Duncan is home to the Tasty Toppings Manufacturing Plant which produces Dorothy Lynch Salad Dressings. Duncan lies between …

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Louisville

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Welcome to Louisville, Nebraska. Louisville is a town in Cass County, located approximately 12 miles south and west of Omaha on State Highways 50 & 66. The population was 1,106 at the 2010 census. The Louisville State Recreation Area is located …

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Oconto

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Welcome to the village of Oconto. Quietly located in Custer County, Nebraska, the population was 151 at the 2010 census and sits 25 miles north of Lexington and Interstate 80 on State Highways 21 & 40. The community was founded in 1887, …

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Aurora

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Aurora is a city located in Central Nebraska, with a current population of 4,479. It is the county seat of Hamilton County. In 1861, the first permanent settler arrived in the area of what was to become Aurora. Hamilton County was …

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Brownville

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The village of Brownville is a historic little town located in Nemaha County. The population was 132 at the 2010 census. Established in 1854, Brownville was the largest town in the Nebraska Territory, with a population of 1,309 by 1880. Brownville …

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Fort Calhoun

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Located eight miles north of Omaha on Highway 75, Fort Calhoun is situated in Washington County, with a population of 908. It overlooks the Missouri River in eastern Nebraska. Fort Calhoun is rich in history. In and around town you …

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Burwell

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Burwell is the county seat of Garfield County, Nebraska. The population was 1,210 at the 2010 census. Businesses include many restaurants, 2 grocery stores, a newly opened hardware store,  many other locally owned and operated businesses. Burwell is a gateway …

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Ainsworth

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Ainsworth is the county seat of Brown County located in the north-central part of Nebraska. When Nebraska was admitted to the union in 1867, all of the area around Ainsworth was known as Sioux County and was attached to Holt …

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