Links of Interest
Cozad, NE: Information about the Cozad Chamber, City, Economic Development, and Tourism are listed on this website. A great resource about Cozad, NE!
Tri City Trib: Cozad's local newspaper, serving all of Dawson County.
www.roberthenrimuseum.org: Find information about one of Cozad's most famous citizens, the painter Robert Henri.
Dawson County, NE Museum: Located in Lexington, the Dawson County Museum has a plethora of information about Dawson County.
Sample DMV Written tests: Exhaustive real questions and answers from your local DMV. Same format and rules you will find the day you take your test. Take a mock DMV Written test in a few minutes and get Immediate feedback. All practice sample tests are free and do not require any registration.
NE.freelegalanswers.org: The Nebraska State Bar Association's Volunteer Lawyers Project launched the Nebraska Free Legal Answers resource. NFLA is based on the walk-in model where individuals request brief advice and cousel about a specific civil legal issue from an approved volunteer lawyer.
IdentityTheft.gov: A free government site to report identity theft to the Federal Trade Commission, build a step-by-step personalized recovery plan, and put it into action
www.dol.nebraska.gov: This link takes you to the Nebraska Department of Labor, where you can file your unemployment insurance claim online.
www.supremecourt.ne.gov: This is a link to the Nebraska Supreme Court. There is an online legal self-help center on this site to help you with specific cases: small claims court information; appealing decisions to a higher court; court records, including adoption records requests and having juvenile records sealed; Divorce; Child support and visitation; and more.
www.AccessNebraska.ne.gov: This is the link to the Nebraska Department of Health & Human Services. Link here to apply for the SNAP program (food stamps), WIC, Medicaid, Energy Assistance and many more.
www.fafsa.gov: Applications for Federal Student Aid for college can be accessed here.
www.studentaid.ed.gov/guide: Comprehensive detail about the federal student aid programs can be found here. Of particular interest is Funding Education Beyond High School.
www.studentaid.ed.gov/collprep: The College Preparation Checklist explains how to prepare academically and financially for college through "to do" lists aimed at elementary and secondary school students and their parents, as well as adult students. Information about federal aid, what to do at FAFSA filing time, and looking for scholarships is included.
www.studentaid.gov/repay: Tips for repaying loans.
www.studentaid.gov/forgiveness: Information about loan forgiveness in general.
www.studentaid.gov/grad: Information about graduate school funding.
www.twitter.com/FAFSA: @FAFSA Twitter feed
www.facebook.com/federalstudentaid: Federal Student Aid Facebook page
www.youtube.com/federalstudentaid: Federal Student Aid YouTube Channel
www.score.org: This site offers articles, templates for business plans and financial statements, and online counseling. Perfect for those who have little-to-no familiarity with business.
www.tomwhitestudio.com: Tom White is the sculptor who created the portrait bronze sculpture scene of Judy Svajgr that is in the Children's section of the Wilson Public Library. The scene is called "A Heritage of Love & Learning" and we are so lucky to have this at the library. Click the link for more information about Tom & his studio.
This is the link to the Assisted Living Research Institute, Which is an industry-leading research organization dedicated to enhancing the lives of older adults by compiling comprehensive research, the latest studies, and real-world insight from experts, caregivers, and seniors into easy-to-understand, actionable guides and resources.