Community Links


For over a century Pathway Bank has continued to honor its responsibility to the communities it serves. Whether donating time or money, helping to create farmers markets, or children’s summer programs, Pathway Bank and its employees contribute daily to the well being of the areas we serve.

Cairo, NE

The Village of Cairo is nestled at the intersection of Nebraska Highways 2 & 11 and is on the Nebraska Scenic Byway corridor. Settled in the mid-1880s Cairo has steadily grown over the years now comprising a population of approximately 785 residents. Cornstalk Days, No Summer Bummer, Farmers Market, Fireman’s Smorgasboard, Junk Jaunt, and Christmas in the Village are just a few of the annual events occurring throughout the year. In addition, Cairo Roots has a remarkable museum rich in photographs and items from the past.

Ord, NE

Ord is a vibrant town of 2,112 residents nestled in the scenic North Loup Valley on the eastern edge of the Nebraska Sandhills. Recognized in publications that include the New York Times and National Public Radio, Ord is a genuine and progressive community with a wealth of business opportunities, a full spectrum of recreation excitement, and good, old-fashioned hometown living.

Burwell, NE

The City of Burwell is a small community of 1,210 that offers quality of life for residents of all ages and situated in the scenic Sandhills that are a designated National Natural Landmark. There are over 160 locally owned and operated businesses and home of the Burwell Livestock Market which is one of the largest cattle auctions in the Sandhills. Burwell is also home to the Big Rodeo and the Garfield County Frontier Fair.

Grand Island, NE

Grand Island, Central Nebraska’s Platte River Oasis, offers tourist attractions, an active trade center, employment opportunities, and human service programs to the agriculturally based area population.

Located in the center of the State, Grand Island is accessible to traffic from Interstate-80, U.S. Highways 281, 30, and 34, and Nebraska Highway 2, as well as the Central Nebraska Regional Airport. It is known as the retail hub of central Nebraska, offering lodging, dining, shopping, entertainment, service programs, and information to the 30-plus rural communities in a 90-mile surrounding area.

Grand Island is the fourth largest city in Nebraska, with a 2010 census population of 48,250. The community also serves residents in much of rural Nebraska including an area of over 20,000 square miles with an estimated population of over 200,000. Incorporated in 1872, Grand Island has a rich history reflected today in the stability of the community and the outstanding quality of life for its residents.

More than 90 manufacturing plants provide jobs for over 7,000 people, drawing from a rural population base of talented and diverse workers.