In 1940, city officials began work on a project deemed important to beautify the area in and around the river channel. In addition, this project would connect the two main bridges of the city via the construction of a new road.
However, even though these plans were put in place in quick succession, the project would not be fully realized until several years later.
- Lewis and Clark follow-up | Get out of town | The gallery
- New McLendon-Chisholm Public Safety Building named in honor of former Mayor Mike Donegan – Blue Ribbon News
- Museum of Wisconsin Art Offers Free Entry to Military Members and Their Families This Summer | By Jennifer Turner
- Purple Heart City Ceremony Calls Attention to World War II Heroism of Late Haverhill City Councilor