March 3, 2021
In tribute to 125 years of the Cashton Record, this week’s column is brought to you by the May 6 issue of the paper in 1938. It was a feature called “Watching Cashton Grow” that ran occasionally in that year.
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Let’s go back in history, not to the fall of 1879 when the railroad came through, but to the years before when this was a farming district. At that time there were four farms in what is now incorporated Cashton. On the site of the Squire property, south of the scho...