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Books to help you keep your New Year’s resolutions

With so many people thinking about New Year’s resolutions at this time of year, we wanted you to be aware of the wide variety of books available to help you…

Local woman co-authors poignant memoir about her mentally ill sister

Local author Elaine Taylor and her sister Julie (both are pen names) have written a book titled “Seasons of Insanity” about living with their older sister Jane (also not her…

Local woman co-authors poignant memoir about her mentally ill sister

Local author Elaine Taylor and her sister Julie (both are pen names) have written a book titled “Seasons of Insanity” about living with their older sister Jane (also not her…

Our thanks to special people at Thanksgiving

The staff at your library are thankful all year-round for so many people who make their jobs easier and their service better for you, our patrons. On this Thanksgiving weekend,…

Our thanks to special people at Thanksgiving

The staff at your library are thankful all year-round for so many people who make their jobs easier and their service better for you, our patrons. On this Thanksgiving weekend,…

A library’s return on your investment: 4 or 5 to 1

Can you imagine how pleased you would be if every dollar you invested in something brought you $4 or $5 in return? A study of eight libraries in our state…

A library’s return on your investment: 4 or 5 to 1

Can you imagine how pleased you would be if every dollar you invested in something brought you $4 or $5 in return? A study of eight libraries in our state…

Help, please: Dos and don’ts of library donations

Donations of new or gently used hardcover books, CDs and DVDs are vital to the ongoing operation of your library. Without your help, our collection would be much less robust.…

Fun Halloween events for all ages at your library

We have four fun Halloween events planned over the next few days that will take advantage of the traditions of pumpkin carving, costumes and candy. Tomorrow, Friday, Oct. 27, from…

Fun Halloween events for all ages at your library

We have four fun Halloween events planned over the next few days that will take advantage of the traditions of pumpkin carving, costumes and candy. Tomorrow, Friday, Oct. 27, from…