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  • Online sales, dementia classes at library

    The Spokane County Library District is offering a series of free classes on how to sell stuff online. Classes are offered at the North Spokane Library, 44 E. Hawthorne Road …


  • Spokane Valley bond seeks $22 million for libraries

    Spokane Valley residents will vote again in August on a $22 million bond proposal to build two new library branches and renovate others as the clock ticks on a land …


  • Spokane County libraries post holiday hours

    Spokane County Library District branches will be closed Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. They will reopen to regular hours Dec. 26.


  • Liberty Lake Library plans reading garden next spring

    It may be a bit chilly to think about now, but Liberty Lake Library patrons can look forward to an outdoor reading garden scheduled to break ground in the spring. …


  • Spokane Valley Library to close for a week for minor remodeling

    The kids mooing, dancing and playing their way through a farm-themed story time Monday at the Spokane Valley Library will miss out next week when the library branch closes. The …


  • Play and Learn adds new dimension to library program

    The room at Shadle Public Library filled quickly as parents and preschoolers gathered for story time on July 3. Always a popular activity, story times at the Shadle and South …


  • Join summer reading program

    Spokane Public Library’s summer reading program, Dig Into Reading, is underway but it’s not too late to sign up at local library branches. Participating children receive a reading log at …


  • Summer reading program under way

    Spokane Public Library’s summer reading program, Dig Into Reading, is already under way but it’s not too late for children and teens to sign up at local library branches. Participating …


  • One-day survey shows how Washington libraries are used

    When Jaimie Sassone moved to Spokane from Virginia Beach, Va., she said one of the first places she went to visit was the local library. On Tuesday, she was at …


  • Program hopes to reach student library users

    A new program aims to keep libraries relevant to middle and high school students even if they don’t step foot inside. Spokane County Library District is handing out library cards …


  • Valley residents now can borrow from Liberty Lake libraries

    Beginning sometime next week residents of Liberty Lake will be able to sign up for free library cards at Spokane County Library District. While the Liberty Lake Library has offered …


  • Libraries boost devotion to digital

    Spokane libraries are investing more than ever in digital collections, allocating larger percentages of their materials budgets to audiobooks, music downloads and maintaining databases to serve patrons using the latest …


  • Earth Day is today in CdA

    Coeur d’Alene will host its 11th annual Earth Day celebration today from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the city library, 702 E. Front Ave. Admission is free and people …


  • Court: Libraries can filter the Web

    OLYMPIA – Public libraries do not have to turn off their Internet filters for adult patrons who want to view pornography on library computers, the Washington Supreme Court said Thursday. …


  • Jaywalker arrested on wallet theft charge

    A quick-acting Spokane Valley police officer arrested a man Monday afternoon in connection with the theft of a wallet from the Spokane Valley Library, 12004 E. First Ave., which occurred …


  • Books2Eat invites food for thought

    Sometimes a literary event is just for fun – and quite delicious. Eastern Washington University Friends of the Library will host the annual Books2Eat festival May 27 and the public …


  • Library, police station have new home

    The Liberty Lake police chief and library director heaved sighs of relief Tuesday night after the City Council voted to approve Plan B – purchasing a building on East Mission …


  • Telling Stories Special Program Brings Library Magic To Kids In Day Care

    1. Cecilia McGowan uses a puppet to tell a children’s story. 2. Children at the day care respond to Cecilia McGowan ‘s story. “I have the best job in the …


  • Residents Get Caught In The Web Library Will Offer Access To Hottest Spot On The Internet

    FOR THE RECORD: Wednesday, April 5, 1995: CORRECTION: Two Internet addresses in a Sunday article were reported incorrectly. They should have read: State of Washington: http://olympus.dis.wa.gov. Spokane Public Library: http://Splnet.spokpl.lib.wa.us/spl.html. …


  • Local Libraries Link With Internet

    The Internet is expanding to local libraries under a grant from the Idaho State Library Board. Coeur d’Alene Public Library, Kootenai County District Libraries, the Post Falls Public Library and …

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