27 September 2006

LibVibe - 27 September 2006

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Stories reported:
ALA supports congressional oversight of EPA library closures; Library works to recover after vandals; Map thief gets 3-1/2 years in prison; It's 'yes' to two new libraries; Library launches a new system; British Library calls for digital copyright action.

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24 September 2006

LibVibe - 24 September 2006

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Stories reported:
Court bans prayer in public libraries; Former member of library board gets probation; Libary board, residents ask questions of private library management company; Map thief resented prestigious libraries: court; Woman gets probation in library arson; At library, it's shelter vs. safety; Mel Gibson posters stay put in Schaumburg.

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20 September 2006

LibVibe - 20 September 2006

17 September 2006

LibVibe - 17 September 2006

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Stories reported:
EPA library closings continue despite protests; Australian university library removes alleged jihad books; Homeless patrons win in Worcester; Arrests made in school library arson; Prison uncovers library book drug-smuggling scam.

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13 September 2006

LibVibe - 13 September 2006

10 September 2006

LibVibe - 10 September 2006

06 September 2006

LibVibe - 6 September 2006

04 September 2006

LibVibe - 4 September 2006

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Stories reported:
Civil War documents stolen from library case; Second Cuba book banned in Miami-Dade; Google Book Search offers downloadable public domain books; Google Book Search driving surfers to booksellers; Lawmakers put up blocks to RFID tags; AT&T Foundation helps Gulf Coast schools replenish libraries; Librarian's collection brings her the world.

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