A quick look at the population and steets of Crane City, Missouri will reveal that the city is comprised of 39.7% white citizens, 0.2% black residents, and 1.1% Hispanic citizens. The median household income in Crane is $28,859, while the average household income is $36,921. Residents of Crane City have a high school graduation rate of 68%.
The area was originally part of Ector County until the discovery of oil in 1926. The oil boom soon brought thousands of people to the area, and the town of Crane was designated the county seat. At the time, the city was home to nearly 4,500 fortune-seekers, and citizens organized to build a courthouse. Water was expensive; people paid a dollar a barrel to drink water from a well seven miles east of town. It cost about $2.25 to purchase Alpine water. The water was so precious that women sent their laundry to El Paso to be washed.
The median annual income of the residents of Crane, OR was $48,333 in 2019. This is less than the national average of $66,750, and the wage distribution is more equal in Oregon. The chart below shows the percentage of Crane's residents in each wage bucket. This data will help you make an informed decision on which area to live in. Persoans with lower incomes live in more affordable areas of the city, such as Eugene, OR.