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Computer Lab

      • Computer

      • iPad 8th Generation (10.2″)

      • Copier/ Printer (Black, White & Color)

      • Cricut

      • Paper Cutter

      • Paper Shredder

      • Industrial 3-hole punch

    Little Free Pantry

    Free shelf stable food, cleaning supplies and toiletries, no questions asked. Available during open hours, or by appointment.

    Donations are welcome. Contact the library to donate or pick up what you need.

    Opal’s Children’s Corner

    Find books, puzzles and games for the kids

    Special thanks to the Alvin & Karen Crumbliss Family for making our children’s area a brighter place!

    Meeting Room

    Reserve the meeting room for small gatherings, group discussions, or any other meeting need. Click here for the rental form to fill out and return by email to or drop off at the library dropbox. 

    Genealogy Resources

    Come in to learn more about where you came from. We have the resources you need to satiate your curiosity about your family history.

    Rising City History

    We are proud to have been given the opportunity to house much of Rising City’s history including Rising City Public School memorabilia and yearbooks, American Legion John Saylor Unit #146 Auxiliary records and other assorted photos and records available for public viewing. 


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    Nebraska Memories

    Nebraska Memories is a cooperative project to digitize Nebraska-related historical and cultural heritage materials and make them available to researchers of all ages via the Internet. Nebraska Memories is brought to you by the Nebraska Library Commission.





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