Category Archives: Nebraska

The Ashland Historical Society FALL 2018 Newsletter

The Ashland Historical Society FALL 2018 Newsletter can be downloaded by clicking on the title or on the image below.  PDF file is just over 5MB in size. LOTS of NEWS about this past year! We hope you will be able to attend our Annual Cemetery Crawl and the Annual Meeting on SUN afternoon, the 14th of October. THANK YOU for your continuing Support and Membership! Not a Member yet ??? NEW MEMBERS are cordially invited.   

A Happening in Waverly – July 15 & 16, 2017

  Published on Jul 17, 2016 This is a link to a short video from the 40th annual Camp Creek Antique Machine and Threshing Show in Waverly, Nebraska from 2016. From the Lincoln Journal Star: “Thousands walked into a different decade once they stepped foot on the 77 acres of Threshersโ€™ land, east of Waverly. With more than 400 members, Camp Creek Threshers have been on the mission to keep history thriving. Antique tractors, old time cars, threshing, plowing and

Classic Ashland bank survives

  ‘Originally from the blog by Malerie Yolen-Cohen of http://stayonroute6.blogspot.com By Mark Hotz June 30, 2017 For this monthโ€™s article, I perused my file of vintage photos of national banks for one that was both appealing and still standing. More often that not, an attractive national bank that existed in 1920 no longer stands in its small town. I was rewarded when I looked at Ashland, Neb., a town we will visit this month. Ashland is a small city in

Nebraska’s Sesquicentennial. SATURDAY, MARCH 4th 2 to 4 p.m.

The Ashland and Nebraska Connection is the topic of the program.   Panel members include Peg Lutton, Suzi Nelson, Judy Hull, Marilyn Wright and Marti Fritzen. Refreshments will be available. Come join the birthday party for Nebraska.   For GENERAL information: Please reply to: Info@AshlandHistoricalSociety.Info [mappress mapid=”60″] Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save

July 21, 2015 Activity Update โ€“ Nebraska / Iowa border crossed

Aprylle Gilbert's Coast to Coast Run For Disadvantaged Kids continued TUE with her running across the 'Bob Kerrey Bridge' from NE into IA. Pictures with Aprylle, Jose', her "Lifeline" support driver, Marcia Kuiper, Exec Dir. US Route 6 NE & some running fans and supporters at the event. She then ran along Historic US 6 – Broadway in Co Bluffs IA (Aprylle chose to 'run' "The Bob" to cross the MO River to maintain her "run" & replicate the original

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