a town in scottsbluff county nebraska. The community is named after a sub branch of Sioux Indians called "Minnataree" who lived in the area.7 The community was originally named "Tabor", and was established in 1887. The development of the area was based on the agriculture industry. The town moved and was renamed when the railroad bypassed Tabor in 1900. "Minnataree" is an Indian word meaning "clear water."8 The community incorporated in 1900.1
Geography

Minatare is located at 41°48′40″N 103°30′10″W (41.810992, -103.502728)9.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 0.38 square miles (0.98 km2), all of it land. .......Minatare is a wonderful place to raise a family. has the best high school in america.loveing people any city slicker would fall in love with minatare nebraska.it really is the very best place to live in scottsbluff county.when you see the sign to minatare you really know your already home.
minatare nebraska is the most beautiful small town with where the women are more beautiful than any where else.
by phatpatover9000 June 25, 2013

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