Greenwood is located at the west most end of Cass County, just four miles south of the Saunders County line and one mile from the Lancaster line. The first resident of this area was Silas Greenwood, an Indian trapper and hunter who lived with his white wife and family in a dugout along Salt Creek in the early 1860s. The village was named for him.  In addition to our big elevator, we have a candy factory, and the old high school is the home-business for “Verna Mae Collectibles” — dolls, bears, etc. — which are sold all over the nation and around the world. In addition to a small business district, we have a nice park, a tennis court, and a good ball field.