Some libraries struggle for funding
It may not be the worst of times, but it's certainly not the best of times for some state libraries.
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#1 Aug 28, 2011
I hope Webster gets more funding.We need to have it for the kids,they are the ones that bring books alive.
#2 Aug 29, 2011
Book are old school. get up with the time and get a kendle or somthing. Paperless books save tree's and cleans air. Unlike your dirty coal. West virginia is the only state i know .Where you can go to jail for burning harmless paper trash.Yet there old school ethics polute the enviroment ten times more then burning some meaningless paper .
#3 Aug 29, 2011
well i dont know but i think if they kept making books.it would kept jobs ever hear of work.most people need to kept their nose out of the kendle and work,clean their house and windows.get a dam job
#4 Aug 29, 2011
I agree with Webster Girl. Keep our libaries open
Since: Aug 08
#5 Mar 29, 2012
Libraries are an easy target for skimming...
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