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April 30, 2014 7:25 AM

Woodneath Library Center draws patrons and an award

In the nine months the Woodneath Library Center has been open, folks from throughout the Northland have flocked to it, as well as people from as far away as Joplin, Mo., and Lawrence. The programs that attracted many of those people are part of what led the Institute of Museum and Library Services last week to select the Mid-Continent Public Library system as one of five library systems for its 2014 National Medal.

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