Customers started asking us for tax forms in December. Traditionally, the forms begin arriving after Christmas. We know you want the forms, and we want to provide them to you. Unfortunately, we do not have any control over the availability of forms. Kansas has told us that they will not be sending us any forms, and we do not expect any Missouri forms either. I ordered 2010 Federal Tax Forms for my branch way back in August 2010. So, why are there so few forms at the library right now?
I recently finished reading this book and REALLY liked it. Here is a general synopsis of it.
THE END BEGINS WITH AN UNPRECEDENTED VIRAL OUTBREAK: Morningstar.The infected are subject to delirium, fever, violent behavior...and a one hundred percent mortality rate.
BUT THE END IS ONLY THE BEGINNING: The victims return from death to walk the earth. When a massive military operation fails to contain the plague of the living dead, it escalates into a worldwide pandemic.
I have driven by this location on 24 highway over and over again as I go to meetings at the Library's headquarters. The Truman Library sits on a hill, and there is a park on the South side of the road. It is close to Mid-Continent's North Independence Branch and a fire station. The road and the park are idyllic; a nice place to eat lunch and enjoy a nice day.
Does your heart race or hands shake at the very thought of interviewing for that dream job? Does all the gloomy news regarding the job market have you worried you may never land the job that is right for you? If you are looking for a job and struggle with the interview, we have a program coming to the Grandview Branch that might help you.
On January 1, 2011, Mid-Continent Public Library began its 13th annual Librarians Read Challenge. From January to March 1st, on a strictly volunteer basis, the librarians are asked to read juvenile and young adult books as a way to broaden our horizons.
Blogs, blogs, blogs. They're everywhere. But, they really do keep us connected and informed. So which came first, the tell-all TV programs or e-pinions, or was it those embarrassing symptom commercials on TV for all those products with the multitudes of side effects? Was there a watershed moment that led us to the blog revolution? “Let me tell you what I think, what I know and (the ever popular) what I think I know. I want to tell the world . . . and now I can.”