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GAO report estimates that food insecurity is on the rise among college students
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Join us tomorrow 1/17 for "Do You Speak Possibility?" with Joyce Johnson.
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CO State Library Jan 15
Find information about the upcoming 2020 Census, including resources for librarians, at the State Publications Library blog:
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CO State Library Jan 15
The State Publications Library has recently digitized a delightful publication from 1917 that looks at life in the various regions of Colorado. Find your region to find out what life was like 100 years ago!
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LRS Jan 14
Census 2020 Fact Sheet for Colorado Libraries:
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CO State Library Jan 14
Registration for the next regional event opens TOMORROW, January 15, 2019 at 10:00 AM MT at Make sure to book your spot for the event, which will take place in Salt Lake City, UT on March 6-7!
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CO State Library Jan 11
The Colorado Historic Newspapers Collection (CHNC) is excited to announce that the 2019 program to support the addition of new historic news in the CHNC is now open for applications! Apply by 2/28
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CO State Library Jan 10
Join for the next regional event, which will take place in Salt Lake City, UT on March 6-7! Registration will open Tuesday, January 15, 2019 at 10:00 AM Mountain at
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LRS Jan 8
Don't forget - the deadline to apply for a travel stipend to attend the Utah RIPL Regional is this Friday 1/11
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CO State Library Jan 9
CSL in Session webinar: "Do You Speak Possibility?". Join the discussion on 1/17/19, 12:00pm MT.
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CO State Library Jan 8
Are you curious about the cannon booms accompanying the inauguration this morning? Learn more about the history of gun salutes and Colorado's inaugural traditions on the State Publications blog
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CO State Library Jan 7
Have you noticed all the activity at Capitol as this year's legislative session begins? Learn more about the incoming 72nd Colorado General Assembly!
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CO State Library Jan 4
Thank you all for voting for your favorite choices. Now the wait begins...the book that will be distributed to over 75,000 Colorado 4-year-olds will be revealed April 8! Until then, information about OBCO can be found here:
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CO State Library Jan 3
Props to for being the latest Colorado library to eliminate fines, increasing their community's access to library services! Is your library thinking about going ? More research and information about the decision can be found here:
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CO State Library Jan 1
Happy New Year! Enjoy this New Year's picture and poem, published 100 years ago in the Palisade Tribune
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CO State Library Dec 31
Today is the last day to vote for your favorite choice! The book with the most votes will be distributed for free to more than 75,000 Colorado 4-year-olds this spring
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CO State Library Dec 28
What are doing New Year's Eve? Make sure your plans include getting in your vote for the next book! Voting closes 12/31
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CO State Library Dec 26
Discover the unique histories of Colorado & Wyoming: search the Plains to Peaks Collective through the Digital Public Library of America. (Image courtesy: American Heritage Center)
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CO State Library Dec 24
A new "Let's Talk About It: Big Red Resource Kit" is available for public libraries to check out from CSL! Check out our new LGBTQ+ Kit and learn more about the resource kit program here:
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CO State Library Dec 21
Happy winter solstice! This 1938 illustration from the Record-Journal of Douglas County shows a search for the Yule Log, a Nordic solstice tradition that dates back thousands of years.
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