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Local communities celebrate state's first highway

10:15 PM, Apr. 4, 2013
A Yellowstone Trail Sign at the intersection of Yellowstone Drive and South Galvin Avenue marks the historical route through Marshfield.
A Yellowstone Trail Sign at the intersection of Yellowstone Drive and South Galvin Avenue marks the historical route through Marshfield.
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Local communities are encouraging tourists and residents to explore the area's history by traveling Wisconsin's first highway, the Yellowstone Trail, which is celebrating the 100th anniversary of its construction from 2012 to 2015.

The Yellowstone Trail was started in 1912 and completed in 1915. It spans about 3,600 miles between Plymouth Rock, Mass., and the Puget Sound near Seattle.

The trail is marked with yellow signs and passes through several central Wisconsin communities, including Abbotsford, Loyal, Marshfield, Owen, Spencer, Stevens Point, Thorpe and Withee. ...

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