September 19, 2021
  • September 19, 2021

Library Column: New Large Print Westerns – The Vicksburg Post

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This column was submitted by Evangeline Cessna, Local History Librarian at the Warren-Vicksburg County Public Library. This week’s column features westerns from our New Large Print collection. Jackson Lowry adds to the series “West of the Big River” with his opus “The Artist”. Many people may not know it, but world-renowned Western artist Charle...

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Events marking Peace Week

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Arkansas Peace Week 2021, an annual event in central Arkansas, begins today with interfaith service and a picnic. Due to concerns over the pandemic, the service will be held outside at the Allsopp Park Pavilion at 3700 Cedar Hill Road, Little Rock. Speakers include Jay McDaniel, Professor Emeritus, Religion and Philosophy, Hendrix College; retired...

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Lowville Library hosting a scavenger hunt | New

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LOWVILLE— For the second year, the Free Lowville Library will offer attendees the opportunity to scour the county for clues to win prizes. Lowville Library Director Meghan Harney said Lewis County’s first scavenger hunt last year was well received. “So many people have asked when he will be back,” she said. “When we thought...

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After raising $ 100 million, Splitgate says it wants to revitalize outdated game genres

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After its third round of funding, Splitgate developer 1047 Games has raised $ 100 million, which the company says will help realize the studio’s long-term vision of revitalizing outdated game genres. According to the developer, the additional financial firepower granted will contribute to its long-term ambition to create a new era of classic games....

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Opinion: Technical education in today’s world

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Now more than ever, the world is calling on young people to face the unpredictability and turmoil that characterized the past year and a half. More than ever, young people are responding to this call. Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) is a national nonprofit organization of vocational and technical students (CTSO)...

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