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We will be saying farewell to our flood exhibit SubMerged on May 1! Stop in over the next month if you haven’t had a chance to see this exhibit, which explores the history of floods in Geary County and how all of the floods led to the creation of Milford Dam. Following a 2017 Memories at the…

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For twenty years, there was a place by my front door reserved for boots. Not just any pair of boots, not cowboy boots or steel toe work boots, but combat boots. The boots that work long hours without overtime pay, the ones that are caked in dirt and sand from foreign lands, the ones that hel…

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Kansas, specifically Kansas weather, does not like evergreen trees. Or to put it more correctly, most evergreen trees don’t like Kansas weather/climate. When we talk about evergreen trees we are talking about pine, spruce, fir, arborvitae and cedar (junipers). To put it in perspective, Kansa…

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March is the beginning of spring. March is also a busy month in the Young People’s Department at the Dorothy Bramlage Public Library! On March 2, the library celebrated Dr. Seuss Day! Children and families came in and made some fun arts and crafts including a hot air balloon, a Lorax mask, a…

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The beginning of a new year usually includes a review of the one just completed in the form of a statistical report that the library files each year with the State Library of Kansas.  These numbers help paint a picture of some of the ways patrons use the library and to illustrate the story o…

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I find strange ways to pass the time. I read the ads in Sunday papers looking for those outrageous claims of the latest amazing fast growing tree, or the instant deep green lawn grass, or the new miracle way to grow tomatoes. I spend time looking for these products in self defense because so…

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