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Posts by Matthew

LIBRARY TALK – APRIL 22, 2022

Good news! Our new courier company started today, and we expect that your title requests will start to fill much...

LIBRARY TALK – APRIL 15, 2022

We haven’t listed some of our new books just out or soon to be out in awhile, so here it...

LIBRARY TALK – APRIL 7, 2022

From the desk of Alison Gibson, Director April brings more activity to the library, and we’re really pleased to see...

CHILDREN’S EARTH DAY ACTIVITY – APRIL 20, 2022

LIBRARY TALK – MARCH 31, 2022

OK, last ‘women of Ripley history’ story for a while! When we were looking for interesting but little-known women of...

LIBRARY TALK – MARCH 24, 2022

We’ll continue to honor Women’s History Month with another Ripley lady from the past. Flora Wambaugh was born in Columbus,...

LIBRARY TALK – MARCH 17, 2022

The world lost a champion last week when Carl B. Westmoreland died. His lifetime of work for Civil Rights and...

LIBRARY TALK – MARCH 14, 2022

Recently I was asked to talk about women from Ripley, and with no ‘strings attached’ I decided to look for...

LIBRARY TALK – MARCH 4, 2022

From the desk of Alison Gibson, Director Even though the temperature is still pretty chilly in the early morning, you...

LIBRARY TALK – FEBRUARY 22, 2022

Even with the threat of ice and flood later this week, spring really is around the corner!  Spring peepers are...

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LIBRARY TALK – FEBRUARY 15, 2022

Still cold early this week, still good soup and stew weather, and the library is a good place to check...

LIBRARY TALK – FEBRUARY 10, 2022

Phooey on being closed for a couple of days, but that ice was pretty wicked. Brown County is interesting—Ripley was...

LIBRARY TALK – FEBRUARY 3, 2022

Crazy weather, threats and promises of snow and ice, and occasionally it actually happens!.  While we really try to safely...

LIBRARY TALK – JANUARY 20, 2022

            Well, being closed on Martin Luther King Jr. Day worked out well for the weather. While we probably would...

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