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North Central Missouri College Librarian, Beth Caldarello, was recently appointed to serve on the Secretary’s Council on Library Development. This council advises the Secretary of State’s Office on matters that relate to the State’s libraries and library service to Missouri citizens.

“I am much honored to serve on the Secretary’s Council representing academic libraries. Libraries, and what they have to offer, change lives. I want to help ensure that we are meeting the needs for all of our patrons with the resources we have available.” –Beth Caldarello, NCMC Librarian.

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Kavalier is currently district president of Narvarro College in Corsicana, Texas. She is expected to take over in St. Charles on Aug. 10.

Kavalier was one of four finalists selected after a four-month nationwide search. The board... read more

SPRINGFIELD, Mo- Trustees of the Springfield-Greene County Library District have approved a $15.9 million budget for 2016-2017.

The budget will spend $2.108 million on new books, e-books, and other materials. Some of the funds will go to parts of the Brentwood Branch renovation expenses, and provide staff raises.

The budget is more than $1.7 million higher than last fiscal year, said Executive Director Regina Greer Cooper. The Library expects a slight dip in income from library fines, state-funded grants and out-of-county library membership fees.

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Help Desk member and MOBIUS Trainer Jennifer Parsons is leaving MOBIUS on Friday, July 8th.

Jennifer recently accepted the position of Digital Resources Librarian at Central Methodist University and she is very excited to expand her skills and engage in new projects along side the librarians of CMU and the Quest cluster.  Her last day at MOBIUS will be Friday, July 8.  

Jennifer has enjoyed working with the MOBIUS family of libraries over the last seven plus years and getting to know and learn from so many of you.  

In the coming days Jennifer's tickets and assignments... read more

LOCAL BUSINESS OWNER Diana Chadwick and her daughter, Rachel Peterson, recruitment specialist at Missouri State University-West Plains, recently donated 50 audio books to the university’s Garnett Library for use by faculty, staff, students and community members.