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Share your news with the new Member News Form on our website. Submissions will be included in the Network's monthly newsletter: Points North. News items include events, staff changes, awards, etc. If you have photos which would enhance your news, email...

Member Profile: CEFLS is Starting Conversations Using Historypin by Betsy Brooks

Thanks to a Northern New York Library Network Technology Grant, CEFLS is piloting a public library-led history, storytelling, and local cultural heritage program for rural communities which was created by Historypin.org.   The program is called Storybox,...

Library Advocacy Day – Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Jan 17, 2016 | Advocacy, News           Library advocates can visit one-on-one with their legislators to inform them of NYLA’s State Budget Priorities for the year, and explain why Governor Cuomo’s cuts in library aid are so unjust and short-sighted. Advocacy Day...

Share Your News!

Share your news with the new Member News Form on our website. Submissions will be included in the Network's monthly newsletter: Points North. News items include events, staff changes, awards, etc. If you have photos which would enhance your news, email...

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Library Advocacy Day – Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Jan 17, 2016 | Advocacy, News           Library advocates can visit one-on-one with their legislators to inform them of NYLA’s State Budget Priorities for the year, and explain why Governor Cuomo’s cuts in library aid are so unjust and short-sighted. Advocacy Day...

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NYS Historic Newspapers Storage Upgrade

Scheduled Offline Dates: None yet. The NYS Historic Newspapers project hosts 7.5 million pages of historic newspapers from 520+ titles from every county in New York state.  This massive endeavor consumes more than 30 terabytes of storage as every new title added...

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A Christmas Rhyme

“A Christmas Worry,” written by J.E.G. in Lowville’s 1939 The Journal and Republican, touches on a few Christmas topics most can relate to. It’s a fun read that is very true even today and probably will be for many years to come.

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