Enders is an unincorporated area in Nebraska served by Nebraska Interstate Drug Lawyer Dan Stockmann. This census-designated place is in Chase County, Nebraska. It has a population of 42. While it is unincorporated, it has a post office, with the ZIP code of 69027, which makes it stand apart from some of the other unincorporated places. It was established in 1890 about 2 miles east-southeast of where it is now – it was later relocated when a railroad line was built there. The village was named for Peter Enders, a local pioneer rancher, who owned most of the land there.
Falling along U.S. Route 6 and Nebraska Highway 61, it is southeast of Imperial. Enders is located on the north shore of the Enders Reservoir, which was built on Frenchman Creek from 1947 to 1951 as part of the Missouri Basin Program of the Bureau of Reclamation. It is a very, very popular spot for people who like outdoor activities like hiking, hunting, and fishing.
Another fun fact about Enders, NE is that it was one of the first communities in the western part of the state to have electrical power and get served by a power company. Quickly after that, the irrigation and power dam were built off Frenchman Creek and the area continued to grow. Today, it is mostly owned by the citizens – many with roots dating back to the founding.
Directions to Stockmann Law from Enders, Nebraska
To get to Nebraska Interstate Drug Lawyer from Enders, Nebraska, you want to get on I-80 E in Kearney from US-6 E. After merging into 1-80 E, you will drive for 172 miles.
Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 446 for I-680 N and then continue onto I-680 E for another 2.0 miles. Then, you will use the right 2 lanes to take exit 3 to merge onto US-6 E/W Dodge Road.
Use the 2nd from the left lane to turn left onto N 93rd Street for 220 feet and then turn right. The destination should be on your left.
9290 W Dodge Rd #100, Omaha, NE 68114
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