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On Monday, July 25th at 7 pm, Joey Leone and his band perform a program for the library at the Friedhof Building about AM Radio Memories & One Hit Wonders.
Before cell phones, Spotify, iPods, CDs, and computers, there was the transistor radio – from the family car stereo, the large tabletop version, to the portable battery-powered radio you could hold in your hand. Joey takes an in-depth yet lighth...
On Saturday, July 9th at 2 pm, Renae Hunt from the Humanities Nebraska will come to the library to talk about what it was like to be a child pioneer from first-hand accounts.
With over 350,000 emigrants traveling to Oregon, or on the Mormon or California Trails, one in five were under the age of 16. Many of these youths kept journals. This program discusses how these children traveled and narrates some of the stories from thei...
Some City of Columbus departments will be closed July 4, 2022, in observance of Independence Day.
Your 2021 Annual Water Quality Report is now available.
The report can be located on the City of Columbus website www.columbusne.us/cr. Paper copies are available at the front desk at Columbus City Hall, 2424 14 Street. To have a copy mailed to you, please call 402-562-4236. For any questions concerning this r...
Interested in purchasing a home but need money for a down payment to qualify for a home mortgage loan? The City of Columbus has funds available for direct homebuyer assistance.
Qualified households can receive a 0% deferred interest loan for up to 20% of the total project cost, not to exceed $30,000. Income restrictions apply in order to be eligible for this program.
Applications are taken on a first-come, first-ready b...
The Community Building Project is moving into the next phase, which requiressome roadway closures, lane restrictions, and parking lot closures in and aroundthe site in downtown Columbus.
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