Help us help you receive notices from the Library. We’ve discovered a problem with some YAHOO email accounts. The regional office suggests our patrons with YAHOO email add our email addresses to their contacts so any messages from us will not go to your spam folder. The addresses you need to add are: firstname.lastname@example.org AND [...]
By now, you may have noticed that the NExpress catalog look has changed. Those changes are not just skin deep, however! This new look provides a lot of new functionality, including the ability to work seamlessly on any mobile device. This means that the Library Anywhere application that we’ve been using to provide mobile access [...]
Our Book Sale Carts are full and we have more books waiting their turn on the carts.
There is a nice selection of children’s books that have been donated.
There are a lot of paperback books, some Science Fiction.
Most of the books are Fiction pulled from our shelves others have been donated.
Stop in [...]
We had a successful summer here at the library. Two hundred eighty one young readers signed up for the reading program. There was great attendance for all our performers, story times and science activities. Of those 281 readers, 92 remembered to turn in their reading logs before the deadline. An ice cream party was held [...]
Sorry, there is no beach party involved in this B-I-N-G-O.
But there is still lots of fun for our ADULT PATRONS to look forward to.
The BINGO card tells you what kind of book to read,
when you’ve read that book, we’ll stamp your card.
When you get BINGO, turn the card in for a surprise!
We’ve pulled a few [...]
The voting ended Thursday night,
the votes were tallied first thing Friday, May 23rd.
RADAR is the name chosen by a landslide!
Thank you to everyone who took time to come in to vote.
We couldn’t have decided without your help.
The headline speaker for NEKLS Innovation Day, April 30 in Topeka, was Garry Golden, an academically trained Futurist. He talked about the future of libraries and ways we can better serve our communities. What we found most interesting had nothing to do with keeping up with technology. He told us about research at Rice University [...]
[ June 30, 2014; ] This is the last day to enroll children in our Summer Reading program.
State Librarian, Jo Budler, and NorthEast Kansas Library System executive director, Jim Minges, stopped by our library this morning, the third stop on their 6 library tour today. Jo has been traveling across the state visiting as many libraries as she can, today it was our turn. After Kate gave them the grand tour, they [...]