Magazines & Newspapers
You may need to enter your card number and PIN to access an eResource outside the library.
Find out which online resources contain full text articles of a given journal title, then link directly to the resource to search for articles.
Search thousands of academic, peer reviewed, and trade journals or magazines to find articles you can use to stay informed or get ahead.
Search for recent Consumer Reports magazine articles and reviews in full-text in Master File Premier.
Access audio/video clips, pictures, maps, books, news, and more on homework topics common to middle and high school students.
Select from several news, magazine, or journal articles with images--many in full-text--in General One File.
Dig deeper into full-text, academic journal articles and primary sources in a variety of disciplines.
Find full-text articles and abstracts from general reference, business, consumer health, general science, and multi-cultural magazines and journals in Master File Premier.
All the National Geographic resources at your command, without the big stacks of yellow magazines. Browse articles, explore topics, find images, and explore!
Access thousands of full-text magazines and newspapers covering a broad array of subjects and locations.
Search this index for citations from the most popular general-interest periodicals published in the United States from the years 1890 through 1982.
Get articles from magazines, newspapers, and U.S. government documents with the young researcher in mind.
Access full-text articles, including Obituaries from a variety of U.S. newspapers. Some titles of particular interest are:
Search or browse the full text of New York Times from 1851 to 2011. Research world events, find obituaries, or read editorials and classified ads from years gone by.
View scanned U.S. newspapers in multiple languages spanning the years 1836-1922. Read about major world events or seek out local news about ancestors.
Stay up to date with the local business scene.
Find items--books, audiobooks, journals, and sometimes even articles--within and beyond FVRL's collection. Although you can access this without a library card, you must use your library card if you wish to start here in requesting an interlibrary loan.
Find out if a local newspaper is online by searching the web for the city (or county), state newspaper, eg. Woodland, WA newspaper.