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Libraries in a new era

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Libraries have been a staple in communities for years, but what happens to them when everything has become digitalized? Will libraries become obsolete? After the Daniel Boone library reopened on October 25th, we talked to librarians, students and residents to find out why libraries matter to them, especially in the digitalized 21st century.

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