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A day late?

November 7, 2015 Sometimes, I feel like I am a day late and a dollar short. Sunday, Nov. 1 an interesting post appeared in my Facebook newsfeed. more »»

And the killer is …

October 31, 2015 Are you a mystery reader? Mysteries are the second most popular fiction genre around the world. Why do we like these novels so much? Perhaps it’s the examination of the clues and solving the crime. more »»

Just in case vs just in time … Part 2

October 24, 2015 Do you remember last week’s column? It was such a seminal piece that I know you are just waiting with bated breath for this week. (I only suffer from delusions of grandeur occasionally. more »»

The empty words of politicians

October 22, 2015 At the recent televised debate among candidates for the Democrats’ nomination for president, Hillary Clinton declared that “the wealthy pay too little” in taxes and “the middle class pays too much. more »»

Just in case vs just in time … Part 1

October 17, 2015 I’m going into my teacher/educator/instructor mode (with a little rant thrown in) for the next two columns because I want to fuss at you about “collection development. more »»

Amid uncertainty, county’s begin work on 2016 budgets

October 10, 2015 GUEST OPINION On Friday, the state’s budget impasse officially stretched beyond the historic 101 day mark reached in 2009, leaving counties struggling to manage the impacts of delayed payments and... more »»

Shorthand for all generations

September 26, 2015 There I sat at Senator Jake Corman’s Senior Expo yakking away to attendees and passing out post-it notes ... more »»

Professions of Faith

September 18, 2015 “Behold, the days are coming, says the LORD, when I will sow the house of Israel and the house of Judah with the seed of man and the seed of beast. more »»

September is workforce development month

September 14, 2015 The National Association of Workforce Development Professionals has set aside the month of September to recognize and honor the contributions that workforce development staff all over the country ar... more »»


September 12, 2015 “Change has a bad reputation in our society. But it isn't all bad — not by any means. In fact, change is necessary in life — to keep us moving ... to keep us growing ... to keep us interested. ... more »»

Full plate

September 5, 2015 One day, my friend/mentor/coworker David Singleton and I were working on a really BIG project that involved the whole state library agency staff, two different consulting firms, several independent... more »»

A day to honor American workers

September 5, 2015 This Labor Day we recognize the incredible achievements of America’s working people and celebrate all those who make our country ru. more »»

What ever happened to Old Maid?

August 29, 2015 Do you remember spending rainy/snowy days playing great board games such as Monopoly or Parcheesi? Do you still have fond memories of Candy Land’s Lollipop Woods, Gumdrop Pass and Peppermint Falls?... more »»

I love/hate technology

August 22, 2015 There I was, on my hands and knees, staring into a black cabinet full of wires, boxes and blinking lights, looking for something called a “p-f-sense. more »»

Colorful characters and unique individuals

August 15, 2015 Disclaimer: I mean no disrespect toward any individual, culture, or group mentioned in this article. Rather, I salute their individuality and desire to live life on their terms. Suitcase man ... more »»

Toys inspire art and fashion

August 15, 2015 Last year, the following toys were inducted into the National Toy Hall of Fame at the Strong Museum located in Rochester, New York: soap bubbles, little green army men, and the Rubik’s cube. more »»

Pa. needs plan to fix credit rating

August 15, 2015 Our commonwealth is at a critical crossroad. more »»

I don’t have time to read

August 8, 2015 My pet peeve, aside from south Floridians who have cobwebs on their turn signals from lack of use, is people who tell me, “I just don’t have time to read.” Now, I ask you .. more »»

It’s OK to ‘shop’ for a new pet

July 27, 2015 There was a time when selective breeding was valued. Animals were designed for specific jobs and sports, and their build and temperament were inherited, not conditioned. more »»

Who really runs the library?

July 25, 2015 The library was very busy. Our ancient fax machine was wheezing and the copy machines were spitting out paper by the ream. Families were checking out stacks of books. more »»



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