July 28, 2014

New Mexico Bond Bill Would Fund Academic Collections

Early voting began today in Dona Ana County for a bill that could make or break New Mexico’s academic library collections, at least for the next couple of years. While public libraries are used to their funding hinging on ballot questions, it’s more unusual for academic libraries to have their fate decided at the polls, […]

Sunland Park Library Director, Facing Cuts, Accused of Voter Fraud

Sunland Park, NM’s city councilors Thursday decided to keep the library open, just one day after the library director was arrested. Sunland Park had been considering closing the library completely as part of the struggle to balance a massive budget shortfall on a tight Aug. 1 deadline. After allegations of corruption in city government left […]