Thedford, NE

Thedford, NEThedford is a thriving community of nearly 400 with a variety of businesses and entrepreneurs for the size of the population. Thedford, as the county seat, houses county. state and federal offices with four churches as well as K-12 schools. There are full service gas stations with … [Read more...]

Halsey, NE

Halsey, NEFounded in 1892, Halsey is located in the heart of the Nebraska Sandhills, and is home to Nebraska National Forest, “America’s largest hand-planted forest”.Thousands of visitors come each year to enjoy the peaceful beauty of this area and to ‘get-away’ from the hustle & bustle of their … [Read more...]

Dunning, NE

Dunning, NE Platted in 1887, the peaceful village of Dunning is nestled in a valley between the Middle Loup River and the Dismal River in Blaine County, where Scenic Byways/Highways 91 & 2 meet.   Our outlying area is made up of many family ranches, some of which have been in the same family for … [Read more...]

Anselmo, NE

Anselmo, NENo information is available for Anselmo. … [Read more...]

Merna, NE

Merna, NE Merna, Nebraska, population 400, near the edge of the Nebraska Sandhills, is a community of diversified farming and ranching. Located in Custer County its fertile valley is encircled by distant canyon hills and high table lands on both east and west.Highways 2, 92 and 70 divide at the edge … [Read more...]

Cairo, NE

Cairo, NE  “Pronounced 'Care-oh'”Established in 1886, legend says that a survey engineer exclaimed,  “It looks just like a desert and should be called Cairo”, referring to its counterpart in Egypt.   The company clerk followed through with the theme of naming the streets appropriately:  Egypt, … [Read more...]

Broken Bow, NE

Broken Bow, NEWelcome to Broken Bow!!This wonderful community is located in the center of scenic Highway 2. We have something for nearly everyone, with 126 acres of parks, an Olympic-sized swimming pool, ball diamonds, tennis facilities, fishing pond, picnic & camping facilities, a regional … [Read more...]

Berwyn, NE

Although Berwyn is considered a bedroom community, it still is home to 10 friendly home based businesses. We have 2 parks with shelters and a Volunteer Fire Department. We invite you to join the fun at our annual Picnic, Pistons & Poker Run-Car & Cycle Show, held the 2nd weekend in … [Read more...]

Ansley, NE

Ansley, NEAnsley is a clean town with friendly, active people. Located at the intersection of Highways 2, 92 & 183, we are alive and thriving. Main Street and outlying areas have numerous outstanding businesses, including: banking, gas, food, plumbers, feed, seed, fertilizer, lumber, hair salons … [Read more...]

Mason City, NE

Mason City, NE Mason City, founded in April 1886, was named for the first Supreme Court Judge of Nebraska, the Honorable Oliver Perry Mason. In July that year the railroad came through town. Mason City’s first baby was Merle W. Runyan, who became a lawyer and practiced his chosen career in Broken … [Read more...]

Litchfield, NE

Litchfield, NE The last weekend in June is our Old Settler’s Celebration when the whole town honors their oldest residents, past and present.Honorees are given special seating for the Saturday morning parade, which kicks off a full weekend of fun…. with races, flower show, ice cream social and … [Read more...]

Hazard, NE

Hazard, NE It is believed that the village was named following a conversation in which someone noticed that the town site encompassed a dangerous hole, which may have been a washout or a pit dug by a falling meteorite.“That’s a hazard”, was the legendary comment.Today the center of town is marked by … [Read more...]

Ravenna, NE

Ravenna, NE"Hot Link" http://www.myravenna.com/ Ravenna is a friendly little railroad town, settled mostly by people of Scandinavian, German and Czech descent. For those of you who came to Ravenna last year and managed to maneuver our detours, WELCOME BACK!We hope you enjoy our new Railroad … [Read more...]

Grand Island, NE

Grand Island, NEIn the mid-1800’s a plan came to light to develop a city along the Platte River Road, in hopes that its’ central location would be ideal for the relocation of the nation’s capitol from Washington D.C.In 1857, the banking house of Chubb Brothers & Barrows from Davenport Iowa … [Read more...]