Bethesda, MD – December 17, 2010 – LibLime recently brought 8 new Texas libraries/library systems live on Koha. These libraries are all members of the West Texas Library System (WTLS). Several of these are multi-branch systems joining the cooperative Koha union catalog.
The West Texas Library system is one of ten regional library systems in the state of Texas. Their 8 new Koha libraries/library systems include:
- Crosby County Library in Crosbyton, with branches in Ralls and Lorenzo
- Guthrie Common School District and King County Library in Guthrie, with a shared mission
- Lamb County Library in Littlefield
- Olton Area Library in Olton
- Upton County Library in McCamey, with the Rankin Public Library branch in Rankin
- Ward County Library in Monahans, with branches in Barstow and Grandfalls
- Winkler County Library in Kermit
- Yoakum County Library in Plains and the Cecil Bickley Library in Denver City
All of these new libraries have been staged into Koha over the course of the last several months.
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