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Omaha Public Library looks to eliminate overdue fees

KMTV: Omaha Public Library looks to eliminate overdue fees, City Council holds public hearing

Joslyn Exhibition Reunites Members of Indian Congress

KIOS: Joslyn Exhibition Reunites Members of Indian Congress, 123 Years Later

Omaha Public Library looks to get rid of daily overdue fees

KETV: 'Fines create barriers': Omaha Public Library looks to get rid of daily overdue fees

Omaha Everyday: Omaha Public Library - Common Soil

WOWT: Omaha Everyday: Omaha Public Library - Common Soil

Decision to Eliminate Late Fees Reflects Larger Trend

KIOS: Library Board's Decision to Eliminate Late Fees Reflects Larger Trend

Meet Omaha’s longest-serving public library employee

WOWT: National Library Week: Meet Omaha’s longest-serving public library employee

Welcome to the Weekend: April 9th, 2021

KETV: Welcome to the Weekend: April 9th, 2021

Omaha Everyday: Omaha Public Library

WOWT: Omaha Everyday: Omaha Public Library

Scrapping fines for overdue books removes barrier to access

Omaha World-Herald: Omaha Public Library: Scrapping fines for overdue books removes a barrier to access

Celebrate National Library Week

KVNO: Celebrate National Library Week

Omaha public libraries want to dump fees for overdue books

WOWT: Omaha public libraries want to dump fees for overdue books, materials

Omaha Public Libraries moves to eliminate fines - Bre Smith

Omaha News: Omaha Public Libraries moves to eliminate fines - Bre Smith

A scalp, a huge stack of cash & other eye-popping exhibits

Omaha World-Herald: Omaha History Detective: A scalp, a huge stack of cash and other eye-popping exhibits here

Omaha Public Library book returned 50 years after it was due

Omaha World-Herald: Omaha Public Library book returned 50 years after it was due

Seed Share Omaha helps people get started with gardening

KMTV: Seed Share Omaha event helps people get started with gardening

Which book is the top choice for the Omaha Reads campaign?

Omaha World-Herald: You decide: Which book is the top choice for the Omaha Reads campaign?
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