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Library Resources for Kids

Library Resources for Kids

Hello, new homeschooling parents and caregivers!
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Curbside Service and Moving Forward: A Message from the Director

Curbside Service and Moving Forward: A Message from the Director

After weeks of serving customers virtually, Library staff are preparing to return to t
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I Kept Thinking the Corn Would Be Done…

I Kept Thinking the Corn Would Be Done…

Jonathan Bender is a local food writer, author, and winner of the Greater Kans
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Library to Resume Book Drop Returns, Launch Curbside Service

Library to Resume Book Drop Returns, Launch Curbside Service

On Monday, May 11, Mid-Continent Public Library branches will begin accepting returns of p
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Healing the Heart and Mind

Healing the Heart and Mind

May is National Mental Health Awareness Month.
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Spice Up Your Data with Excel Map Charts!

Spice Up Your Data with Excel Map Charts!

Excel spreadsheets can be very helpful in organizing and summarizing information, but the numbers may be
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Spanish Flu: Old Newspapers Offer Insight into Modern Pandemic

Spanish Flu: Old Newspapers Offer Insight into Modern Pandemic

The first cases of the Spanish Flu were found in Haskell County, Kansas, in January 1918.
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Staying Connected with Facebook Messenger

Staying Connected with Facebook Messenger

In these strange times, we’re all looking for ways to keep in contact with our friends, family, and cowo
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Home Sweet Home

Home Sweet Home

Every discovery in genealogy is cause for celebration.
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Virtual Storytelling with The Story Center in May 2020

Virtual Storytelling with The Story Center in May 2020

Storytelling is timeless, and now more than ever, I am reminded of that fact.
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Poetry and Pandemics

Poetry and Pandemics

Andrés Rodríguez is a poet and graduate writing specialist at the University of Kansas Medical C
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Zoom Zoom!

Zoom Zoom!

“Let’s have a Zoom chat!” …is something I have been hearing a lot lately.
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