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Big Springs Population: 454

Total Males: 244
Total Females: 210
Median Household Income: $48,542
Total Households: 169

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Brief Information About Big Springs


With a total area of about 1.16 sq. kms., Big Springs is located at an elevated height of about 3375 ft. from ground level. Big Springs is a part of the Deuel County in the U.S. state of Nebraska. Two interstate highways, No. 76 and 80 intersects just near the village.

Most of the local residents are primarily engaged with agriculture and other small trade and services. Some are also involved with economic activities outside the village.



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