Located in southwestern Cloud County, in the North Central Region of the state. Founded: 1870, Population: 556, Elevation: 1320 feet. Glasco is located on highway US24, and is the eastern-most community in the Solomon Valley.
Glasco's Downtown was placed on the National Register of Historic Sites in November, 2002. It is a Downtown Historic District. A Pawnee Native American village on the Solomon River was home to the first residents near Glasco.
Historic events in Glasco were:
- 1868--Last Indian raid
- 1872--Last buffalo killed in the area
- 1873 and 1874 Grasshoppers ate everything, "even wooden tools."
- 1879--Union Pacific railroad reached Glasco
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07/04 Coming to The area
Wild West Festival Hays City KS July3-6 A typical Kansas fair -- parade, big name music stars, games, demonstrations, competitions and shows, including fireworks.
Kansas State Fair Hutchinson KS September6-15 Each year, over 400,000 visitors flock to the Kansas State Fair to visit a wide array of exhibits, partake in fabulous Fair food, and see the amazing butter sculpture.