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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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
- New after school program coming to library - Grant Tribune Sentinel
- Bellevue library system's former director to fill in for Omaha - Omaha World-Herald
- Santa baby - Omaha World-Herald
- Author of the Clifford books dies at 86 - KOTA-TV
- Annual Christmas Tea - Sidney Sun-Telegraph
- Sweet Tree-ts - Omaha World-Herald
- 5 library-recommended holiday reads - Omaha World-Herald
- Christian fiction crossing over to other genres - Grand Island Independent
- Remembering loved ones: Books can help in difficult times - Columbus Telegram
- Santa at the Library - Wahoo Newspaper
- Food for Thought - Scottsbluff Star-Herald
- Hour of Code - Scottsbluff Star-Herald
- 'This is a library it's what we do' - Grand Island Independent
- Beatrice Public Library encourages the gift of reading - Beatrice Daily Sun
- Library group fundraising with paper ornaments - Gretna Breeze
- Friends of the Library receives $1,006 from MSM Receipts for Cash program - Western Nebraska Observer
- Your Library - Schuyler Sun
- Thankful for young adult patrons at library - Columbus Telegram
- Library to host Christmas party for children - Scottsbluff Star-Herald
- Omahans invited to celebrate Jane Austen's 239th birthday - Omaha World-Herald
- Homemade for the holidays - Beatrice Daily Sun
- Library invites community to decorate Remembrance Tree - Scottsbluff Star-Herald