By Connie Weight firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter @ntvconnieweight
A local community shares its rich heritage along a historical route.
On Sunday, residents and travelers along Highway 30 stop in to Shelton for the 15th annual Lincoln Highway festival and car show. The show is on the original bricks that once paved Lincoln Highway, the first continental road that connects both coasts together.
Organizers are proud to share that with car enthusiasts.
"They work so hard on their cars to get them and although it's fun to have a place for them to show it off, like I said it's fun to remember the highway and how it changed all our lives," said organizer Cyndy Ryan. "I mean it's unbelievable how much it changed the lives of people especially in the early days."
The Lincoln Highway will be 100 years old in 2013, and will be celebrated in Kearney next year with travel tours from both East and West coasts.