In Nebraska Libraries: Books are Just the Beginning
Libraries across Nebraska offer so much to the community! Our libraries offer books and so much more–digital resources (including eBooks and audiobooks), access to computers with broadband connection, community events and activities, and recreational resources. Nebraska libraries are lifelong educational partners in our Nebraska communities.
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See Nebraska Libraries in the News (below) to see how libraries all across Nebraska are evolving to meet the needs of their communities.
Nebraska Libraries in the News
- Leone takes listeners on tour of blues history - Columbus Telegram
- Runza raises funds for readers - Scottsbluff Star-Herald
- Meadows earns summer reading trophy - Ralston Recorder
- Library cards open doors to the world - Grand Island Independent
- Library set to reopen in October - Hastings Tribune
- Gering Tennis Club 24-hour tennis event raises money for youth programs at Gering Public Library - Scottsbluff Star-Herald
- Library getting permanent makerspace - Sidney Sun-Telegraph
- Gering library program so successful, its expanding - Scottsbluff Star-Herald
- Beatrice library hosts tomato tasting - Beatrice Daily Sun
- Sudden change in Learning Commons hours produces mixed feelings among students - Daily Nebraskan
- Value of a Public Library - Fremont Tribune
- Library to host orphan train presentation - Beatrice Daily Sun
- Grant aims to make sure Lincoln families read aloud to children daily - Lincoln Journal Star
- Need help with your homework? Omaha Public Library offers a solution - Omaha World-Herald
- People learn about eclipse at library - Norfolk Daily News
- Library accepting applications for its downtown Omaha gallery - Omaha World-Herald
- Free class on ancestry planned at KPL Monday - Kearney Hub
- Summer Reading Program once again proves to be successful - Fremont Tribune
- Practicing and appreciating creativity - Lexington Clipper Herald
- Peter Sarpy explains how Nebraska became a state - Scottsbluff Star-Herald