Transportation played key role in city's development

Breanna Bisek, Sesquicentennial Writer

The earliest means of transportation didn't cause people to meet with a banker to take out a life-sized loan. They didn't get to pick from various styles and colors for a new set of wheels. They were attached to their way of getting places, their feet. A foot went a long way in early times, a lot longer than twelve inches. We all know our feet get tired, to our relief arrived horse-drawn buggys, cars, and the legendary railroad, opening our town to miles of opportunity.

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