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Coronavirus temporarily closed the book on Colorado’s public libraries. But they found new ways to fulfill their mission.

The pandemic shutdown had not been kind to 72-year-old Dolores Blackburn. She grieved the loss of the dog who’d shared her Thornton apartment and been her closest companion. Her brother contracted COVID-19 in California, and while he eventually overcame the disease, she felt powerless to help.  On top of it all, her computer malfunctioned and, […]