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The mining town of Searchlight opened its first library in 1969 and it moved into a new joint facility in July 1989. Constructed with Federal Block Grant money, the 1,200 square-foot library houses over 14,000 items and shares a building with the Colorado River Food Bank and the Searchlight Museum. Searchlight, one of the oldest communities in Nevada, is located halfway between Las Vegas and Laughlin. The library provides spaces and resources for limitless learning, business and career success, connections to government and social services, and promotes community and culture.