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It’s That Time Of Year When Research is on Your Mind

or it probably should be on your mind. Remember the variety of resources the library has for you. When you need journal articles and go to EBSCOhost, go down the list of databases to see if we have one on your subject area. Using a subject area database can reduce the time it takes to find just the right source.

Online Newspapers

Did you know you have 24/7 access to 9,447 local, state, regional, national and world newspapers through our Newsbank database?


We have access to the following Kansas newspapers through our Newsbank subscription:


Abilene Reflector-Chronicle (KS)

Augusta Daily Gazette (KS)

Bulletin, The: Emporia State University (KS)

Butler County Times-Gazette, The (KS)

Campus Ledger: Johnson County Community College (Overland Park, KS)

Campus, The: Ottawa University (KS)

Chanute Tribune, The (KS)

Cherokee County News-Advocate (KS)

Cowley Press, The: Cowley County Community College (Arkansas, KS)

Derby Reporter, The (KS)

Dodge City Daily Globe, The (KS)

El Dorado Times, The (KS)

Emporia Gazette, The (KS)

Farm Talk (Parsons, KS)

Fort Leavenworth Lamp, The (KS)

Garden City Telegram, The (KS)

Girard City Press, The (KS)

Harris News Service (Topeka, KS)

Hays Daily News, The (KS)

Hutchinson News, The (KS)

Kansas City Kansan (KS)

Kansas Health Institute News Service (KS)

Kansas State Collegian, The: Kansas State University (Manhattan, KS)

Kiowa County Signal (Pratt, KS)

La Semana (Garden City, KS)

Lansing This Week (Leavenworth, KS)

Lawrence Journal-World (KS)

Leavenworth Times, The (KS)

Manhattan Mercury, The (KS)

McPherson Sentinel (KS)

Morning Sun, The (Pittsburg, KS)

Newton Kansan, The (KS)

Olathe News, The (KS)

Ottawa Herald, The (KS)

Parsons Sun (KS)

Pratt Tribune, The (KS)

Salina Journal, The (KS)

Southwest Times, The (Liberal, KS)

St. John News (KS)

Topeka Capital-Journal, The (KS)

Topeka Examiner (KS)

Trailblazer Times, The: MidAmerica Nazarene University (Olathe, KS)

Vantage, The: Newman University (Wichita, KS)

Washburn Review, The: Washburn University (Topeka, KS)

Wellington Daily News (KS)

Wichita Eagle, The (KS)

Wichita Examiner (KS)


To find newspaper articles go to the and click Newbank in the newspaper section.

Miller Library has Laptops and Tablets to borrow

Did you know the library has laptops and tablets which may be checked out for 2 hours use in the library? You must have a student ID with you to check one out.

 Borrowing Tablets and Laptops

  • Bring a Student ID. This will be left at the library desk until the laptop/tablet is returned.
  • Tablets may not be taken out of the library unless you have permission from the library director.
  • You can access the campus wireless network as well as personal and public wireless networks.
  • Tablets circulate with location services ON. You may modify this default setting if desired.
  • This device may be used to access/consume personal content in addition to library content. You may be asked to provide personal information/credit card information to download applications or access your subscribed/streamed content. Library staff will erase all personal information plus user-installed apps from the laptop/tablet when the device is returned.

See a library staff member to check one out or for more information.

Off-Campus Database Access

For off-campus access to any of our online materials, go to the online resources page ( and click after the resource title where it says (Click here for off-campus access). You must click the gray type. You should get a bright red screen with a place to log in with their campus network login and password.

If you have problems:

If you can not remember your campus login and password or have other login issues, contact [email protected]. The library staff can not help with log in issues.

The library staff can help with problems and questions actually using the resources. Please

Stop by our service desk on the main floor of Miller Library.

Email [email protected].


Call the library (620-242-0487) between 7:30 am and 6:00 pm Monday – Thursday and between 7:30 am and 5:00 pm on Friday.