Miami Public Library Offers Digital Newspaper Collection

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The Miami Public Library is pleased to announce the immediate availability of its new digital newspaper collection. Titled America’s News, this collection is available to all library patrons and is updated daily. America’s News provides online access to current and archived issues of over 3,000 full-text newspapers, including The Oklahoman, Tulsa World, Joplin Globe, Miami News-Record, and so many more!

America’s News enables library patrons to easily search and browse current and archived news articles, editorials, reviews, birth and marriage announcements, obituaries, and a variety of special sections. Patrons can use this resource for general reference or to research local and national issues, events, people, government, education, arts, business, sports, real estate and much more. In addition to using America’s News at workstations in the library, patrons can access the collection from home by visiting and clicking on the America’s News Icon. Patrons will need their library card number to proceed.

The following is a sampling of newspaper titles available through the Miami Public Library:

The Altus Times, The American (Fairland, OK), Bartlesville Examiner, Coweta American, The Edmond Sun, Ft. Gibson Times, Norman Transcript, The Northwest Arkansas Times, Nowata Star, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, The Stillwater News Press, Waco Tribune-Herald, The Washington Times, The Wichita Eagle.

America’s News is a resource offered by NewsBank, the world’s premier provider of newspapers and other news sources online. Serving public libraries for more than 45 years, NewsBank offers online access to more than 12,000 titles from the U.S. and other countries around the globe.

For more information on this collection, contact Miami Public Library by calling 918-541-2292, texting 918-554-5688, or emailing or visit