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A Library is a Thing of Wonder

Our democracy is made up of federal, state, and local governments. Local and state government is often a microcosm of federal government. Laws and regulations are made and enforced. Each branch comes with different duties and responsibilities. Specific agencies and … Continue reading

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National Library Week

From the time I was born, my family moved around a lot. Perhaps not as much as some military brats I knew, but we moved enough to keep me off balance. But one place I’ve always felt at home are … Continue reading

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The Wonder of Libraries

I’m a huge fan of the public libraries and have been a regular at my own for at least 25 years for both reading and writing. I believe if I didn’t visit my own library at least once a month, … Continue reading

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“A Class on Murder” makes the rounds

K.B. Gibson recently spoke at a Friends of the Chickasha Library Summer Luncheon series. See more at Summer Luncheon Series Norman author entertains library friends. Gumshoe Review is reviewing A Class on Murder in its current issue. Gumshoe says, “Humor … Continue reading

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