• Explore and stay informed on local, national and international topics, people and events in areas such as business, health, education, jobs and careers, political and social issues and more. Features a wide variety of credible, vetted news sources from around the world to around the corner, including Denver Post Collection. Available remotely 24/7 on any device. View our tutorial!

  • Get free online access to the New York Times!  Enjoy access to the daily paper, blogs, videos, podcasts, and the NYT Time Machine featuring historical content dating back to 1851. You will need to create a New York Times user account (unless you already have one) using either link below. 

    For unlimited access from within library buildings just click the At Library Link button and enter your NYT account user name and password. 

    For remote access, just click the At Home Link button and log in with your library card number and then your NTY account user name and password for a 72 hour pass to the NYT.  When that pass expires just repeat the process for a new pass.


  • Explore Eagle history through local news, events and people with Denver Post Collection. Search current and archived issues with full-color newspaper pages, full-text articles and content only published online. Available remotely 24/7 on any device. View our tutorial!

  • Library patrons with active Eagle Valley Library District library cards obtain Wall Street Journal access that is valid for periods of 10 days.  Once you log in (using either link below) with your library card you will be directed to the Wall Street Journal site where you will need to set up login credentials. Once that is done you can browse and read articles and full issues of the Wall Street Journal.  After 10 days, just renew your access from here by logging in first with your library card number and then with your login credentials. 

  • Enjoy unlimited digital access to the Washington Post's expert reporting and analysis from Washington and around the world, including award-winning investigative coverage and editorial commentary. Real-time Q&A Discussions providing a behind the scenes look at key stories. Live-streaming of Washington Post Live events, where top-level government and business leaders, emerging voices and newsmakers discuss the most pressing national and global issues of the day.