The Library Board of the Farmington Community Library will hold a Special Meeting on Tuesday, October 27 2020 at 4:00 p.m. This meeting will be held electronically. To attend, please follow these instructions.

Welcome back! We have missed you! The Library is now in Phase 4 of our Reopening Plan. Library hours are Monday 12-7, Tuesday 12-6, Thursday 12-7, Friday 12-6, and Saturday 9-3. We will be closed to the public on Wednesdays and Sundays. Patrons may browse collections, ask for reference assistance, pick up holds, renew or apply for a Library card, and use self-checkout stations with a library card or scannable digital version. Curbside service will remain open. For computer appointments, please call the Library during open hours. Please continue to use the outdoor book drops to return your items. For more information, read the details of our phased reopening.

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Databases – Newspapers / Periodicals

Farmington Historic Newspapers

Farmington Historical Newspapers

Farmington Observer can be browsed or searched from 1909 to the present. There are two kinds of digital editions: prior to 2003, the Observer can be browsed by date. From 2003 to the present, the Observer can be searched by keyword.

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Michigan History Magazine

A popular history magazine geared toward professionals and enthusiasts alike, Michigan History offers a wide variety of subject matter, time frames, and perspectives while inspiring, educating, and entertaining its readers. Coverage runs from January 1, 1998 through May 1, 2009.

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Newspaper Source Plus

Provides coverage from newspapers, newswires, and news magazines. TV, radio transcripts, and ongoing daily updates from popular news sources are also included. Primary full coverage newspapers are The Washington Post and USA Today.

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