By Derek Olson
"Today I woke up in a good mood. I said good things are going to happen today," Shannon Trevino said.
That was even before Trevino knew Tuesday was the grand opening for the reservation's first public Internet library.
"This is the initial stage of it where we have eleven computers here where people, tribal members, can come out here and use our computers. Otherwise, there's a hot spot here and they can use that also," Native American Telecom's president Tom Reiman said.
The library will be open at least five days a week and Internet use is free.