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Library budgets are often the first cut, should be last

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Library budgets are often the first cut, should be last Recently, my friend and I saw “Beautiful Creatures,” an engaging movie with solid performances by Jeremy Irons and Emma Thompson. The protagonist is a young man living in a very small Southern town whose mother has died. The character practically lives in the library. Why? His mother told him that he will find other worlds, histories and ideas in reading books. She wants him prepared ...

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March 13, 2013
7:13 a.m.

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Jack Brown: Take off the tin foil hat. The birds have been showing up at my feeder all winter long. In huge numbers. Juncos, wrens, chickadees, tit mouses, cardinals, jays, woodpeckers, doves etc. I've seen as many as 30 turkeys come out of the woods at one time, and I have the photos to prove it, and the squirrels are quite plentiful too. Oh and I live within walking distance of the Rotterdam Mall.

March 13, 2013
2:49 p.m.

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Linda L. Kelleher you will be much better off the sooner you realize that this Mayor is a do as I say, not as I do mayor. He believes he can do whatever he wants. He did a double take when he saw me at Marotta's about 6 weeks ago, but I have better things to do than match wits with an unarmed man.