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My first listen to audiobooks involved placing a cassette into the car’s player. I traveled about a half hour to and from work in Worthington, sometimes late at night, and would listen to various stories instead of the same music on the radio. Thirty minutes is not a long time to listen to the...
High school students enjoy sunshine and 40-degree temperatures at they wait outside the Adrian Branch Library while science teacher Rob Williamson exits. It took about 2 1/2 hours to move and place the books on shelves in the correct order at the temporary location.
About 200 Adrian High School students and staff moved roughly 9,500 books from the community library in Adrian to a temporary location two blocks away. The Adrian Branch Library is undergoing a major renovation, so the books and media will be stored at the New Vision Coop building where library...
Mary Jane Brown Home resident Dorothy Williamson (left) shares a laugh with Jenna Schelhaas during one of Schelhaas’ Sunday night Senior Book Club sessions in Luverne.
A trip to Washington, D.C., for last summer’s national Family, Career and Community Leaders of America conference inspired Jenna Schelhaas, a current senior at Luverne High School, to start a project that would make a positive impact on someone’s life. What the 18-year-old didn’t know was how...
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