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Located a few miles north of Interstate 80, is the incorporated town of Gretna. It has been the fastest growing city in the state of Nebraska since the census was taken in 2000. It currently shows a zip code area population of over 10,000, and has maintained its small town charm and friendliness while adding many amenities.
The core of the city is a main street surrounded by well maintained homes constructed since the late 1800’s to present...
Typical of many Nebraska villages, Kennard played an important role in the growth of agriculture and the railroad system in eastern Nebraska from the mid 1800’s until the fall of the stock market in 1929 and the ensuing drouth of the 1930’s. As with many villages the downward spiral began with banks closing, farms in the area failing, both causing local businesses to close and the population to rapidly fall. But, as with many...
Established in 1892, Bennington, Nebraska, maintains its safe, small-town atmosphere with the conveniences of the larger Omaha metropolitan area located just ten miles to the north and west of Omaha. An excellent place for family living. The population was 1,458 at the 2010 census.
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In 1966, Ginger Cove was created as one of the area's premier spring-fed, sand-bottom lake home communities. Starting with an abandoned sandpit, the development was platted in three phases starting near the entrance on Highway 64 and finishing with lots on the island. There are 160 housing lots, 2 miles of streets, 100 acres of lake, 40 acres of greenspace and Nebraska's longest genuine covered bridge.
Ginger Cove is built on the friendships of neighbors...
Leavenworth Street runs east and west through the middle of the Leavenworth community with its east boundaries at I-480 and its west boundaries at 36 th Street. Many homes in the area were large two stories, built in the early 1900’s. While some are still single family residences, many have been converted to apartments to serve employees of the downtown, midtown, and Med Center areas. With the development of Mid Town Crossing, a high-end shopping and...
Fifty acres known as Hanscom Park were donated to the city in 1872 by James Megeath and Andrew Hanscom. In 1889 the City’s Park Commission hired a landscape architect to improve the rough terrain. The results included two lakes, fountains, numerous flower beds, roadways and a magnificent growth of trees. Many of these design elements remain in place today—along with numerous other amenities.
In the 1890’s, the area...
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