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NEWS RELEASE January 16, 2020 Due to the high winds, the Gering Landfill will not be accepting any loads of loose garbage that would blow around. This will not affect the trash collection of the...more >>
The City of Gering offices will be closed on Monday, January 20, 2020 in observance of Martin Luther King Day.more >>
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE JANUARY 6, 2020 Due to the Martin Luther King holiday on January 20, 2020, the City of Gering Residential and Commercial customers normally collected on Monday will be collected...more >>
"Hymns of the Republic, The Story of the final year of the American Civil War" is full of photos and maps and all the things that make a history book more interesting.more >>
Humanities Nebraska speaker Diane Bartels will be in Gering October 27 at 1:00 p.m. to talk about the amazing Evelyn Sharp at the Gering City Council Chambers. This program is sponsored by the...more >>
I giggled my way through this book. Oneill wrote "Unmentionable" with the aim of reminding us just how much better things are than they were in the Victorian days. It is informative, but in a very...more >>
"From her earliest days, Patsy Jefferson knows that though her father loves his family dearly, his devotion to his country runs deeper still. As Thomas Jefferson's oldest daughter, she becomes his...more >>
“Ginny Moon” by Benjamin Ludwig Review by Sherry Preston Benjamin Ludwig’s “Ginny Moon” has autism. She loves Michael Jackson and being exact. Every morning she eats exactly nine grapes for breakfast...more >>
New in the Children’s side of the library: the Spy School Series by Stuart Gibbs. This series comes highly recommended by a 6 th grader, who says “Spy School” is funny and that he can’t wait to read...more >>
If you are interested in reading up on Martin Luther, we have the definitive biography of him by Lyndal Roper.more >>

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