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Although it may be more expensive in the short term to buy local, there are long term benefits. Buying locally in Blair, Nebraska helps build your community by increasing employment and developing greener technologies. The quality of local food and goods are often of a higher quality. Also consider that with a higher percentage of money staying in your community, there is more revenue for civic and municipal uses, better schools, and sponsor the arts and letters in your community.
Buying local can revitalize Blair business districts and will strengthen your ties with neighbors and business associates.
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About Blair Nebraska The following information is a brief summary of Blair, Nebraska demographics and city statistics including education and employment stats. County Name: Washington Incorporated: 08/7/1869 Elevation: 1090 feet Land Area: 4.64 square miles Population Density: 1677 people per square mile Population: 7,789.0 Population change since 2000: 0.037 % Median Age: 35.0 years Median Household Income (City): $49,366 Median Household Income (State): $49,693 Nearest city with population over 50,000: Omaha, NE (20.7 miles , pop. 390,007) Nearest city with popuation over 1,000,000: Chicago, IL (437.0 miles , pop. 2,896,016) Nearest cities: Kennard, NE (2.5 miles ), Modale, IA (2.9 miles ), Fort Calhoun, NE (2.9 miles ), Herman, NE (3.1 miles ), Washington, NE (3.3 miles) , Missouri Valley, IA (3.5 miles ), Bennington, NE (3.5 miles ), Mondamin, IA (3.6 miles )
Education Statistics: Blair NebraskaHigh school or higher: 86% Bachelor Degree or higher: 25% Graduate or professional degree: 7%
Biomass policy released FREDERICTON (CNB) - A policy to support and strengthen the forest industry and the New Brunswick economy through the sustainable harvest and use of Crown forest biomass has been released by the provincial government. The initiative is known as the Crown Land Forest Biomass Harvesting Policy.
Energy efficiency rehabs
of low, moderate-income housing hailed for savings to families, environment LEXINGTON, Ky. - Joined by Lexington Mayor Jim Newberry, partners from the housing, environmental and business communities and several volunteers, Gov. Steve Beshear and First Lady Jane Beshear today launched the pilot program of Kentucky's Clean Energy Corps (KCEC) at the North Lexington ....