Omaha, Nebraska

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;"Courageously in every enterprise" image_skyline Heartland of America Park, Omaha, Nebraska.jpg imagesize image_caption View of Downtown Omaha from Heartland of America Park image_flag City of Omaha flag.jpg image_seal City of Omaha NE Seal.jpg image_map Douglas County Nebraska Incorporated and Unincorporated areas Omaha Highlighted.svg mapsize 250px

subdivision_name United States subdivision_name1 Nebraska subdivision_name2 Douglas (Douglas County, Nebraska) government_type leader_title Mayor (Mayor of Omaha) leader_name Jean Stothert (R) leader_title1 City Clerk leader_name1 Buster Brown leader_title2 City Council (Omaha City Council) leader_name2


Grand Island, Nebraska

, Nebraska Howard and Hamilton (Hamilton County, Nebraska) counties. The Grand Island metropolitan area has an official population of 83,472 residents. Grand Island has been given the All-America City Award three times (1955, 1967, and 1981–82

1867.jpg thumb left Profile of the Pacific Railroad from Omaha to San Francisco The Union Pacific laid of track, starting in Council Bluffs, and continuing across the Missouri River and through Nebraska (Elkhorn (Elkhorn, Nebraska), now Omaha, Grand Island (Grand Island, Nebraska), North Platte (North Platte, Nebraska), Ogallala (Ogallala, Nebraska), Sidney, Nebraska), the Colorado Territory (Julesburg (Julesburg, Colorado)), the Wyoming Territory

Lincoln, I-80 turns northeast towards Omaha (Omaha, Nebraska). It then crosses the Missouri River in Omaha to go into Iowa. It is the only interstate highway to cross the state from one end to the other. Merrick County is part of the Grand Island, Nebraska Micropolitan Statistical Area (Grand Island micropolitan area). Howard County is part of the Grand Island, Nebraska Micropolitan Statistical Area (Grand Island micropolitan area). '''Overland Trails Council''' (322) serves


Albuquerque International Sunport

Airport Oakland , Oklahoma City (Will Rogers World Airport), Omaha (Eppley Airfield), Ontario (Ontario International Airport), Orange County (John Wayne Airport), Orlando (Orlando International Airport), Philadelphia (Philadelphia International Airport), Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh International Airport), Portland (OR) (Portland International Airport), Raleigh Durham (Raleigh-Durham International Airport), Reno Tahoe (Reno-Tahoe International Airport), Sacramento International

Airport Mexico City , Milwaukee (General Mitchell International Airport), Minneapolis St. Paul (Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport), New York-JFK (John F. Kennedy International Airport), New York-LaGuardia (LaGuardia Airport), Newark (Newark Liberty International Airport), Oakland (Oakland International Airport), Omaha (Eppley Airfield), Ontario (Ontario International Airport), Orange County (John Wayne Airport), Orlando International Airport Orlando

Beach , Los Angeles (Los Angeles International Airport), Mazatlán (General Rafael Buelna International Airport), Monterey (Monterey Regional Airport), Oakland (Oakland International Airport), Omaha (Eppley Airfield), Ontario (Ontario International Airport), Orange County (John Wayne Airport), Palm Springs (Palm Springs International Airport), Reno Tahoe (Reno-Tahoe International Airport), Sacramento (Sacramento International Airport), Salt Lake City International Airport Salt


Oliver W. Dillard

accessdate he completed his Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Omaha, now the University of Nebraska at Omaha. He also attended George Washington University, where he received a Master of Science in International Affairs (International relations) in 1965. Dillard completed the National War College at Fort Lesley J. McNair, District of Columbia that year. Military career Dillard began Basic

location US Fort Leavenworth, KS publisher Army Command and General Staff College accessdate He graduated in the top third of his class. After CGSC, he completed his bachelor’s degree at the University of Omaha under the Army’s Bootstrap Program, which leveraged his earlier studies at Tuskegee Institute.

Relations date August 17, 2009 work New release publisher University of Nebraska at Omaha accessdate May 10, 2012 Major Dillard was subsequently assigned to the G3 Section, Headquarters First United States Army at Fort Jay, New York, and served as Operations and Plans Officer and subsequently as Exercise G3 for Exercises IROQUOIS HATCHET and MOHAWK ARROW. He departed First United States Army in December 1960 and was assigned to the U.S. Military Mission to Liberia


St. Joseph, Missouri

Missouri (Holt (Holt County, Missouri), Worth (Worth County, Missouri), Nodaway (Nodaway County, Missouri), Andrew (Andrew County, Missouri), DeKalb (DeKalb County, Missouri) and Buchanan (Buchanan County, Missouri)) and Doniphan County (Doniphan County, Kansas) in northeastern Kansas. The St. Joseph area has one low-power and two full-power television stations, and ten radio stations. Television Due to its proximity to Kansas City and Omaha as well as Topeka, stations from

those markets serve as default affiliates of NBC (KSHB-TV Kansas City, KSNT Topeka and WOWT Omaha), CBS (KCTV Kansas City, KMTV Omaha and WIBW-TV Topeka), MyNetworkTV (KSMO-TV Kansas City and WIBW-DT2 Topeka, on Dish Network only) and The CW (KXVO Omaha, on DirecTV only) due to the lack of affiliates of those networks licensed to the market. Local broadcast stations class wikitable style "text-align:center" !style "background:#ccccff

, and Santa Fe (Santa Fe Trail) trails. The first westward leg of the Pony Express was a ferry across the Missouri at St. Joseph, Missouri. Similarly, most emigrants arrived at the eastern terminus of the First Transcontinental Railroad via a ferry ride across the Missouri between Council Bluffs, Iowa and Omaha. Dick, pp. 127–132


Atchison, Kansas

Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad. Finally, in 1868, construction was begun on the line in Topeka, but was aimed west and south towards the Colorado border. The connection between Atchison and Topeka, a distance of less than 50 miles, would not be completed until May, 1872. The city tried to become a major railroad center, but was surpassed by Kansas City and Omaha, due to the former's greater industrial capability and connections to Texas and the latter's connection to Chicago, rather

, Missouri , or Westport, Kansas City (Missouri), on the Missouri River. Later, several feeder trails led across Kansas, and some towns became starting points, including Weston (Weston, Missouri), Missouri, Fort Leavenworth (Fort Leavenworth, Kansas), Kansas, Atchison, Kansas, St. Joseph, Missouri, and Omaha, Nebraska. *The rails of the "First Transcontinental Railroad" were joined on May 10, 1869, with the ceremonial driving of the golden spike "Last Spike"

; at Promontory Summit, Utah, after track was laid over a gap between Sacramento (Sacramento, California) and Omaha, Nebraska Council Bluffs, Iowa Executive Order of Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States, Fixing the Point of Commencement of the Pacific Railroad at Council Bluffs, Iowa, March 7, 1864 38th Congress, 1st Session SENATE Ex. Doc. No. 27 in six years


Rosebud Indian Reservation

Liquor Law" , Federal Indian Law Seminar, December 2010, p. 7, University of Nebraska College of Law, accessed 27 February 2012 They include the nearby Sicangu Oyate or Brulé Sioux at the Rosebud Indian Reservation, also located in South Dakota. As another example, in 2006, the Omaha Nation in northeastern Nebraska started requiring payment of tribal license fees and sales taxes by liquor stores located in towns within its reservation boundaries in order to benefit

in the revenues generated by alcohol sales. Paul Hammel, "Tribe's Liquor Tax May Restart Old Boundary Dispute,", ''Omaha World-Herald'' (Nebraska), 28 December 2006, p. 03B, at H-Amindian Discussion Log, accessed 27 February 2012 Activists at Pine Ridge have worked to persuade Nebraska to enforce

Indian Reservation to the east. As another example, in 2006, the Omaha Nation in northeastern Nebraska started requiring payment of tribal license fees and sales taxes by liquor stores located in towns within its reservation boundaries in order to benefit in the revenues generated by alcohol sales. Paul Hammel


Savage, Minnesota

Brandt Williams publisher Minnesota Public Radio date June 21, 2006 Bloomington Ferry Bridge The citizens of Savage reclaimed some of their history in the early 21st century, when it relocated the displaced Savage Depot built in 1880 by the then Chicago, Minneapolis and Omaha Rail Road.

, Minnesota Golden Valley , St. Louis Park (St. Louis Park, Minnesota), Edina, Bloomington (Bloomington, Minnesota), Savage (Savage, Minnesota), Lakeville (Lakeville, Minnesota) and down to Northfield (Northfield, Minnesota). Along the way, the line connected the Soo Line with the Milwaukee Road, the Omaha Road (Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha Railway), the Chicago Great Western (Chicago Great Western Railway) and the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad Rock


King City, California

in supermarkets, as well as restaurants and food service establishments. Its headquarters are located in Omaha, Nebraska. "Contact the Board." ConAgra Foods. Retrieved on December 27, 2011. "One ConAgra Drive Omaha, Nebraska 68102" ConAgra also formerly had locations in Las Cruces, New Mexico, Gilroy, California, King City, California, Modesto


Kansas City, Missouri

represented King Haakon VII of Norway at Rockne's funeral. The expedition followed the Missouri through what is now Kansas City, Missouri, and Omaha, Nebraska. On August 20, 1804, Sergeant Charles Floyd (Charles Floyd (explorer)) died, apparently from acute appendicitis. He was buried at Floyd's Bluff, in what is now Sioux City, Iowa. During the final week of August, Lewis and Clark reached the edge of the Great Plains, a place abounding with elk, deer

to the southeast as it winds through the Great Plains, receiving the Niobrara River and many smaller tributaries from the southwest. It then proceeds to form the boundary of South Dakota and Nebraska, then after being joined by the James River (James River (Dakotas)) from the north, forms the Iowa–Nebraska boundary. At Sioux City the Big Sioux River comes in from the north. The Missouri flows south to the city of Omaha (Omaha, Nebraska) where it receives its longest

– include Omaha, Nebraska, situated north of the confluence of the Missouri and Platte Rivers; Kansas City, Missouri – Kansas City, Kansas, located at the confluence of the Missouri with the Kansas River, and the St. Louis metropolitan area, situated south of the Missouri River just above its mouth on the Mississippi. In contrast, the northwestern part of the watershed is sparsely populated. However, many northwestern cities, such as Billings


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