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Pioneer Memorial Library

375 West 4th street

In 1961 the citizens of Colby raised $100,000 for a building that would house the Thomas County Historical Society and the Library. The new building was completed in 1963 and was offically named the "Pioneer Memorial Library" in honor of those people who came west and settled in Thomas County.

In 1999, with the support of the community, the library underwent a major expansion project that added a basement and more than doubled the square footage of the main floor. The library re-opened (much improved) in August 1999.

Currently, the library employs 11 individuals and continues to grow in its capacity to serve and meet the needs of an ever-changing community


Sara Berryherren

Saturday, March 4, 2017
Great library. They have computers to access the Internet and you can check out cake pans to bake in. The staff is very friendly and helpful

Jeffery Olson

Sunday, Sep. 6, 2015
Great small town library!

Abigail Hieger

Monday, July 9, 2018

Hannah Hernandez

Thursday, May 17, 2018

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