Navajo community's library declared a success
A library on the Navajo Nation is attracting more and more patrons and is running out of space to hold books.

The Diné Bi Rural Library is located in Newcomb, New Mexico. After just two years of operation, it's already exceeded patronage expectations.

The 2,700-square-foot facility is located in a modular building. Organizers hopes to move into a permanent structure.

The library is operated by the local school district and attracts people from at least six Navajo communities.

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