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Here’s the first in a series of recollections by a frequent contributor, Terry Bartlow, about losing an eye as a young boy and some of the ensuing experiences that resulted. — J.T. Knoll  more
A slightly different version of this article appeared on the library’s Facebook page on Oct. 15, 2021.   more
You might agree when I say that life feels uncertain right now. There is a new normal replacing many assumptions and expectations we had taken for granted. more
According to the CDC, six in ten middle schoolers and seven in ten high schoolers do not get enough sleep. Irritability and emotional outbursts are just one of the many indications that your child might not be getting enough sleep. more
Our tube TV wouldn’t die. We were late to the flat-screen TV phase of entertainment because we had a perfectly good tube TV that wouldn’t quit, and the financial guy in me couldn’t justify replacing it. more
I was in the Ozarks this past week and the trees were beginning to turn into their colorful wardrobe of various shades of gold, russet, yellow, orange, and red. more
I will be turning 60 soon. Very soon. I’ve learned a few things. Among these is that there are some things — and maybe most things — where it is not about all or nothing. more
Do you ever wanted to yell “Stop that!” at someone who’s crunching potato chips … or smacking their lips as they eat pasta … or slurping their hot coffee? I do.  more
American watchers of the U.S. Supreme Court keep looking for the one phrase that strikes terror into the hearts of those who want courts to make law rather than leave it to the legislatures. That phrase is: “We should reconsider our jurisprudence in this area.”  more
Republicans always believe the polls are slanted against them. That belief has sometimes caused them to misread big political races. more
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