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3,000+ magazine titles added to OverDrive

3,000+ magazine titles added to OverDrive

The Nebraska Library Commission has announced that over 3,000 magazine titles will be added to the content already available via the OverDrive system. This includes popular publications such as National Geographic, Good Housekeeping, and Rolling Stone. Accessing these magazines is FREE with a library card from Tekamah Public Library. If you aren’t already using OverDrive, you can get started by going to the OverDrive tab at the top of the page, or by clicking this link. OverDrive is a digital…

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Have you heard of OverDrive?

Have you heard of OverDrive?

At the library, we don’t think there is such a thing as bad weather. We like to say, “Today is good reading weather.” There’s nothing finer than curling up with a good book when the weather outside is frightful. As the winter months roll in, you may be drawn to some tea and a bestseller. While we are always here to help you find the perfect book in person, there may be circumstances where you don’t want to leave the…

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How much does your library benefit your community?

How much does your library benefit your community?

How much does your library benefit your community? The Nebraska Library Commission asked that very question in an NCompass blog post a few weeks ago. They also had some compelling numbers that show what a community would look like without a library. Yikes! The NLC used data from several different sources. Local government revenue, information from the most recent public library surveys, and population size were taken into account. They determined that libraries cost the Nebraskan taxpayer only $41 a…

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Welcome!

Welcome!

Tekamah Public Library is excited to announce the creation of its new website, which was made possible through the Nebraska Library Commission. We have used Facebook as our main method of digital communication since the page was created in 2009. We will now be moving away from the Facebook platform and using this website exclusively for updates. Only urgent updates will be posted to Facebook for easy sharing. We encourage patrons to both follow us on Facebook and check our…

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