Thank you all for calling and sharing your concerns about not seeing my article in the paper. I have not been sick or on a vacation. My articles just got lost in the atmosphere and are floating in outer space somewhere.So much has happened in the past month, but I’ll spread it out, and not get to it all at once. I had a free book giveaway a month ago that no one knew about, so I got to read a book almost all the way through on my day off at the shop. So I still have some book...
Early July is an interesting time at the Carnegie Library. It marks the mid-point of our Summer Reading program, as well as the end of our fiscal year. It is one of our busiest times of year as students and parents flock to the library for books and movies to enjoy during their summer break — nearly twice as many items were checked out in June as were checked out in February. It is also an opportunity to look back on the year that was to see where we were and where we are now.
Hello everybody, hope you all had a nice Fourth of July celebration. I have news of another veterans oriented celebration coming up after we do our birthday wishes. Gottrocks The Birthday Fairy has been busy with his flights and adding much needed coolant to his wings. Whew — we won’t even talk about our sweltering weather this week.
Hello everyone, local news on the way, after we do our hot weather birthday wishes.BirthdaysHappy Birthday wishes to: My WHS classmate “Quick” Carl Grant, Robert Graham, Lisa Cartee, Jim Cromer, Will Gossett, Carla Taylor, Joyce Brock, Randy Green, Myra G. Joaquin, Roy Doolittle, Chris Styles, Lawrence Sligh, Jasmine Wallace, Peggy G. Goodman, Jean Wilkerson, Cindy Dickerson, Teresa Wardlaw, LaVerne Brock, Phifer Sube...
A lot of the news coverage of the end of the General Assembly’s legislative session has focused on the more “popcorn worthy” moments of the Senate choosing its internal leadership. But what those news stories have left out is that despite it all, 2014 was a banner year for education, government restructuring, and commonsense reform that the people of South Carolina deserve.
Recently in this column I discussed a new service the library is offering to provide access to magazines digitally — Zinio. When making Zinio available, the library also had the opportunity to make available another source of downloadable audiobooks — One Click Digital. The two services came together through distributor Recorded Books. Like Zinio, Recorded Books can be accessed from the library’s home page at www.unionlibrary.org.After accessing the site, users wi...
Hello everyone, whew! That’s about all I can say about these sweltering Southern temperatures. “Please happen everyday pop-up showers” sighs our plants and flowers.BirthdaysLocal news on the way, after we send out the birthday wishes from Gottrocks The Birthday Fairy.
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