Blaine County, Nebraska Basics:

Blaine County Nebraska - Government Site

Population: 514
Area: 711 square miles
County seat: Brewster
Area code(s) in use: 308
Time zone: CST
High school graduate or higher: 96.8%
Bachelor's degree or higher: 18.9%
Median household income: $41,364
Persons in poverty: 19.3%
Home ownership rate: 55.3%
Mean travel time to work: 26.0 minutes

Adjacent counties:
Brown  Cherry  Custer  Logan  Loup  Thomas  

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Map of the Blaine County area

Our detail map of Blaine County shows the Blaine County, Nebraska boundary lines and other interesting items.

Places in Blaine County, Nebraska

  Airports     show all on map

Mc Millan Ranch Airport

  Basins     show all on map

Edith Valley, German Valley

  Bridges     show all on map

Laughran Bridge, Pitt Bridge

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Blaine County Courthouse, Blaine County Rescue Squad, Blaine County Sheriff's Office, Brewster City Police Department, Brewster Rural Fire District, Dunning City Police, Dunning Volunteer Fire Department, Purdum Rural Fire District

  Canals     show all on map

Rankin Ditch

  Cemeteries     show all on map

Brewster Cemetery, German Valley Cemetery, Hawley Flats Cemetery

  Churches     show all on map

Open Bible Church, Prairie Bible Chapel, Purdum United Church of Christ, Saint Johns Church

  Dams     show all on map

Milburn Diversion Dam

  Flats     show all on map

Hawley Flats

  Locales     show all on map

Blaine (historical), Burke Ranch, Cook Ranch, Dunning, Edbell (historical), Fowler Ranch, Hanna Ranch, Hardscrabble School, Hazen Ranch, Linscott, McMillen Ranch, Mellott Ranch, Miller Ranch, Neubauer Ranch, Niemoth Ranch, O Teaford Ranch, School Number 21, Teahon Ranch, Uncle Bucks Campground, White Ranch, Whitetail Canoe Launch/Campground

  Populated Places     show all on map

Blaine Center (historical), Brewster, Dunning, Linscott, Purdum, Scheding (historical), Valley Ridge (historical)

  Post Offices     show all on map

Brewster Post Office, Cooper Post Office (historical), Dunning Post Office, Edith Post Office (historical), Frank Post Office (historical), Giles Post Office (historical), Goldville Post Office (historical), Hawley Post Office (historical), Linscott Post Office (historical), Lucy Post Office (historical), Pritchard Post Office (historical), Purdum Post Office, Rankin Post Office (historical), Scheding Post Office (historical)

  Schools     show all on map

Church Valley School, Cottonwood School, East Purdum School, Foote School, Hardscrabble School, Mizpah School, Pleasant Valley School, Robbinault School, Sandhills Public Schools - High School at Dunning, School Number 13, School Number 14, School Number 15, School Number 3, School Number 6, Warren School, Wild Horse School

  Streams     show all on map

Dismal River, Wild Horse Creek,

Blaine County, Nebraska Population By Race (2012 estimate)

WhiteBlaine County White population 508507  
MixedBlaine County Mixed population 44
American IndianBlaine County American Indian population 11
Hawaiian & Pacific IslanderBlaine County Hawaiian & Pacific Islander population 00

Additional population tables :
State population table
Nebraska population by county