Alexandria Researcher provides access to the Kimball Public Library online catalog. The Kimball Public Library is part of a consortium of 14 libraries and you will be able to search all of the libraries' collections at one time. You may access your library account online to renew your items once, place holds on materials, see what you currently have checked out, or view your checkout history. To login to your account, use your library card number for the username and your last name for the password. Please be aware that when placing a hold on a book that is not from our library, the interlibrary loan fee applies, which is $3.00. The consortium does not have a courier in place as of yet. They are working on it. However, you are more than welcome to visit any of the libraries and use your Kimball Public Card to check out books for free. You will be responsible to return the books back to their library. Your library card can be used at the following libraries: Arthur County Public Library, Bridgeport Public Library, Gering Public Library, Gordon City Library, Grant County Library, Kimball Public Library, Lyman Public Library, Morrill Public Library, Oshkosh Public Library, Paxton Public Library, Rushville Public Library, Sidney Public Library, and the West Nebraska Family Research and History Center.
Nebraska OverDrive provides access to our collection of downloadable audiobooks and ebooks. Login with your library card number (username) and last name (password).
NebraskAccess provides access to evaluated Websites; government publications; Nebraska historical resources; magazine, journal, and newspaper articles; biographical and business information; genealogical resources; and more.
NEworks (Nebraska Department of Labor)
Nebraska Memories (historical and cultural information)
History of Western Nebraska and Its People (Volume 2) by Grant L. Shumway (PDF)
History of Western Nebraska and Its People (Volume 3) by Grant L. Shumway (multiple versions)
The Digital Public Library of America provides access to digital resources from a variety of libraries across the country.
Feed The Pig (savings information)
Moneychimp (financial calculators)