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Clippings November 13, 2015 (published December 2, 2015)

Image courtesy North Pend Oreille Heritage collection

Image courtesy North Pend Oreille Heritage collection

Library Clippings for the week of November 13, 2015

Library News

Forks Transit Center to host Tiny Library (Forks Forum, Forks, 10/15/15)

Which of these shapes found on the ground should be the Library’s new logo? (The Stranger, Seattle, 10/21/15)

City to vote on new contract with Mid-Columbia Libraries (Tri-City Herald, Kennewick, 10/23/15)

Public libraries are a place for families to connect (Daily Record, Ellensburg, 10/24/15)

Library board rejects new name, logo after public resistance (Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Seattle, 10/28/15)

City takes action to protect tax growth (Skagit Valley Herald, Mount Vernon, 10/30/15)

Buildings

Starting a new chapter (Daily News, Sunnyside, 10/19/15)

KCLS unveils updated plans (Mercer Island Reporter, Mercer Island, 10/21/15)

Letters & Editorials

‘Yes’ on Concrete library (Skagit Valley Herald, Mount Vernon, 10/29/15)

Programs & Displays

Library to start loaning a new telescope
La Conner Regional Library card holders can check out an Orion Starblast 4.5-inch reflector telescope thanks to a donation by the Island County Astronomical Society. The telescope is only available to adult card holders. Borrowers must have a valid ID and must sign an agreement form to take responsibility for the care and return of the telescope. It will circulate for two weeks. (La Conner Weekly News, La Conner, 10/14/15)

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[This summary of library news represents a selection of current newspaper clippings about Washington libraries received from Washington newspapers. The summary is created by Marilyn Lindholm of the Washington State Library, a division of the Office of the Secretary of State. For further information about this summary or the clippings listed, contact Shirley Lewis at 360-570-5567 or Shirley.lewis@sos.wa.gov.]




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