Newcomb's community library growing

Full story: Farmington Daily Times

A permanent hush has fallen over a small modular building in Shiprock. Even when patrons are inside the 2,700-square-foot Dine Bi Rural Library, the three-room building still is soundless except for the occasional rustle when someone turns a page or the faint clicks as someone types on a keyboard.

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Mel

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Sep 8, 2009
 
There is no place like a library when it comes to making certain resources more accessible and enabling everyone to gain even more knowledge in this life... I'm happy that this came into fruition.
Republican

Fort Defiance, AZ

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Sep 8, 2009
 
Navajos can read?!!!! Maybe the Honorable Lawrence T. Morgan can take some reading lessons there, so he can actually start working for the Navajos instead of lining his own pockets with USA Taxpayer's money!
mks

Kirtland, NM

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Apr 2, 2013
 
Dine Bi Rural Library is located in Newcomb, NM, 35 south of Shiprock. It serve all of the people in the south half of San Juan County, especially the Chapter houses of Naschitti, Sheepsprings, Newcomb, Two Gray HIlls/Toadlena, Burnham, and Sonastee. The library offers full library services to the area.

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