Craig is a small town of Burt County in the state of Nebraska. With an area of less than a square kilometer, Craig is elevated from the ground by about 1280 ft. from the ground. The town got its name from William Stewart Craig, the owner of the land who donated it for the formation of the village. With a white majority in the town, the local population is primarily engaged with agriculture and small service oriented economic activities in the region. Some are also engaged with small trade.