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.
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Check out Library Blog Posts (right) for details on activities that demonstrate that In Nebraska Libraries: Books are Just the Beginning. Please feel free to comment on the Blog Posts–no need to sign in to comment.
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
- Neighbors -- Librarians - Columbus Telegram
- Halloween Story Time a real treat - KOTA-TV
- Summer reading winners get $529 scholarships - Lincoln Journal Star
- At the Library: Book Review: "Landline" by Rainbow Rowell - Gering Citizen
- Your Library - Schuyler Sun
- Broken Bow Library Hosted Author Jim Misko - Sandhills Express
- Kearney Public Library now offers KPL to Go app - Kearney Hub
- Endorf gives 'Canteen' presentation at Syracuse library - Syracuse Journal-Democrat
- Celebrate 'Read Aloud to a Child Month' at the library - Nebraska City News Press
- Man accused of exposing himself at library - Columbus Telegram
- Workshops to heighten social media presence to be held - KOTA-TV
- Minatare group tries to hold on to history - Scottsbluff Star-Herald
- Living history camp takes library patrons back in time - Papillion Times
- Kilgore Memorial Library to host Red Cloud author for Veteran's Day-Eve Talk - York News-Times
- How an Omaha library can aid your next potluck - Omaha World-Herald
- British documentary film maker, author to speak at Lodgepole library - Sidney Sun-Telegraph
- Bunches of Books - North Platte Telegraph
- Now is good time to trace family history at CPL - Columbus Telegram
- New library director excited about future - Columbus Telegram
- Friends Library annual meeting set - Scottsbluff Star-Herald