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John Hunter has plenty of blessings to count this time of year.

He survived the May 2011 tornado and beat a subsequent fungal infection that many have assumed was caused by the storm. He also is a survivor of thyroid cancer.

But Hunter, director of the library at Ozark Christian College, has a new reason to be thankful this year. It's a painting that he has desired in the 47 years since he starred in his high school's fall show, and although it's a minor blessing compared with others, it's no less meaningful to him.

"The painting was just kind of a relic, memorabilia... read more

Kent Library at Southeast Missouri State University will celebrate a century of service in the Federal Depository Library Program on Friday, Dec. 9.

The program offers government materials of historical interest and online government resources to the public. The event is scheduled for 12:30-1:30 p.m. in Sadie’s Place, near the south entrance to the library.

Marie Concannon, Missouri Regional Depository Coordinator, will present a plaque from the Government Printing Office in honor of the centennial, and visitors may find more information on the designation in a display case... read more

New York Times-bestselling author April Henry knows how to kill you in a two dozen different ways. She makes up for a peaceful childhood in an intact home by killing off fictional characters. There was one detour on April’s path to destruction: when she was 12 she sent a short story about a six-foot tall frog who loved peanut butter to noted children’s author Roald Dahl. He liked it so much he showed it to his editor, who asked if she could publish it in an international children’s magazine.

She has now published 20 mysteries and thrillers for teens and adults, with more to come.... read more

After a two-hour executive session on Tuesday, the commission overseeing the Tulsa City-County Library unanimously approved naming the system’s second-in-command to lead the public agency starting Jan. 1.

Kimberly Johnson, an 18-year employee with the Tulsa library system, will replace Chief Executive Officer Gary Shaffer, who leaves Dec. 31... read more

Southeast Missouri State University’s Kent Library and Information Technology recently opened a Family-Friendly Computer Study Room to allow student-parents a comfortable place to study with their children.

“The Kent Library Family-Friendly Computer Study Room is a safe, comfortable space for student-parents to study, do research, work on course assignments, write papers, and be with their children at the same time,” said Barbara Glackin, dean of Kent Library.

The room, located on the library’s main floor, includes a computer and two desks for student-parents and books, toys... read more

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