Diverting A Disaster

The City of York, Neb., was founded in 1870 by the South Platte Land Company primarily as a reference point for Oregon, California and Mormon trails. It grew steadily, in part because of the then booming railroad industry. “The community center was built in 1964 and included the museum,” said Paul Christensen, director of the YorkParks and Recreation Department. “A local businessman offered a challenge grant to expand the facility by adding a recreational center, thereby having everything in one …


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