Bartlett, NE

Bartlett, NE

The village of Bartlett is the Wheeler county seat, with two courthouses.

The new courthouse was built partially underground while the old one is now the historical museum. Wheeler Central High School (Broncos) were the 2003 Class D2 Volleyball and 6-Man Football Nebraska state champions.

Stop by our ‘old courthouse’ to view “Silent Leather”, a life-sized bronze sculpture donated by Bartlett native, Herb Mignery. We hope you will enjoy a small piece of “Nebraska’s Good Life” with a stop at one of our businesses or one of our two parks, complete with restrooms and camper hookups

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Wolbach, NE

Wolbach, NE
“The Small Town with 7 Exits”

Welcome to Wolbach!

Known nationally for its 7 exits, this quaint little town of 300 is nestled in the Spring Creek Valley on the Greeley-Howard county line. Citizens and visitors alike enjoy all that the town has to offer–numerous businesses, a volunteer fire and rescue department, a swimming pool and tennis court, a campground with electrical hookups, picnic areas, a fishing pond, two churches, a post office, playgrounds, a school, and a beautiful athletic field.

The annual Memorial Day Bull Ride and Wolbach Days Celebration and Rodeo are special big events attended by people from across the state.

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“The Small Town with 7 Exits”

St. Paul, NE

St. Paul, NE

Raise your sights and watch for the big red balloon floating over St. Paul to mark the center of all the great sales of antiques, junk, jewelry, and more. Flowers, baseball museum & mural, Historical Village, good food and fun. Join us! [Read more…]

St. Libory, NE

St. Libory, NE

St. Libory was founded in 1878 by German settlers from St. Libory, Illinois, seeking a better fortune. At $4 per acre, ten acres was purchased from the Union Pacific Railroad for a Catholic parish, to be named Saint Libory after the home church.

In 1880 the town had 29 businesses and 2 churches. A few original buildings still stand today, and the population has grown to 300.

We are known far and wide for our “St. Libory Melons” plus the home grown fruits, veggies & pumpkins available at roadside stands throughout the season.a population of 30. By the early 1900’s.

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St. Libory is known in the region for its fresh melon market.

Greeley, NE

Greeley, NE

Welcome to Greeley, where our courthouse is on the Nebraska Historical Building Registry.

The beautiful Veteran Memorial wall, dedicated in 2003, has been placed in front of the Greeley Co. Courthouse. This quiet community is located at the junction of U.S. Hwy 281 and Neb. Hwy 56, just 25 miles north of St. Paul, Nebr. Greeley is centrally located among many recreational areas, including the Calamus Reservoir, Davis Creek and the Cedar River.

The Greeley area is also rich with many historic buildings, artifacts and beautiful scenery. Hope to see you in Greeley during the JUNK JAUNT®.

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Ericson, NE

Ericson, NE

The village of Ericson is in Wheeler County. The population was 92 at the 2010 census.  In the Nebraska license plate system, Wheeler County is represented by the prefix 84. It had the eighty-fourth-largest number of vehicles registered in the county when the license plate system was established in 1922.

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Ericson-Spalding Livestock Market

Ericson-Spalding Livestock Market, located on Nebraska Highway 91 at the northern edge of Ericson, Nebraska; seen from the south.  Image cred: Wikipedia.