New Microfilm Reader Available

Check out our new Microfilm Reader.

Are you aware we have newspapers available dating back to 1883 from Valentine, NE?

We do plus so much more. We have recently upgraded Microfilm readers. With this new technology, you are able to print, scan, save to a flash drive plus more.  You are also able to bring in your 16mm, 35mm, microfiche negative and positive and aperture card for viewing.

We have 134 microfilm reels of newspapers from throughout Cherry County dating back to 1883.

Here are a few papers and dates available:

Cherry County Newspaper (Valentine, NE) from Dec 8, 1892-Jan 31, 1957.

The Cody Cowboy (Cody, NE) from Dec 6, 1900-June 10, 1927

The Cody Roundup (Cody, NE) from May 28, 1936-Oct 28, 1943

The Crookston Herald Messenger (Crookston, NE) from Sept 26, 1913-July 1, 1921

The Democratic Blade (Valentine, NE) Sept 18, 1885-Sept 7, 1888

The Merriman Maverick (Merriman, NE) Mar 25, 1910-Dec 28, 1928

The Nebraska News (Elsmere, NE) Oct 4, 1912-Mar 8, 1917

The Republican Reporter (Valentine, NE) May 3, 1883-Apr 3, 1884

The Searchlight (Valentine, NE) Sept 19, 1913-Nov 8, 1918

The Stockman (Wood Lake, NE) Aug 4, 1911-Dec 26, 1941

The Valentine Newspaper (Valentine, NE) Apr 13, 1888-Dec 30, 1987

We also have bound copies of the Valentine Midlands News available dating back to 1998.

Be sure to stop by the Valentine Public Library and check it out!



2 thoughts on “New Microfilm Reader Available”

  • I have wanting to look up a picture that was the Valentine news paper for some time. 73-74 or 78-80. In the
    Paper they would post a picture and articulate of usual a building or business. May of been feb ?? It was a picture and picture of hotel in Merriman Ne I kept the pictures / article for years. A two story hotel on Main Street I think most likely near railroad. It had an attached two story out house attached to rear of building.
    How would I go about searching for this

    Trip to library None one line??

    • We have many of those years of newspapers on microfilm. You can stop in and search anytime during our regular business hours. We will help you get started. You are able to save the info to a flash drive or print for a small fee. Call us with any further questions at 402-376-3160.

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