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Articles with the Tag: North Lake County Public Library

Missoula woman portrays Jeannette Rankin Missoula woman portrays Jeannette Rankin

March is Women’s History Month, and 2014 is the 100th anniversary of Montana women’s suffrage. Jeannette Rankin, Montana’s first woman representative and the nation’s first woman who served in the United States Congress, is a part of that history and also a suffragette. To honor...

Adopt a book, support library

News from the North Lake County Public Library POLSON — North Lake County Public Library in Polson is offering its annual Adopt-a-Book program, an opportunity to “adopt” a children’s book and present it to the library’s collection. Adopt-a-Book takes place during the month of...

Video helps teens who stutter

News from the Stuttering Foundation  POLSON — Stuttering is a frustrating and embarrassing problem for millions of people, but it can be especially tough on teenagers. Help is available in Polson at the North Lake County Library District in the form of a video.  “It’s meant ...

Historical local materials online

News from North Lake County Public Library POLSON — North Lake County Public Library in Polson reminds the community that two collections of digitized historical materials have been placed online at the Montana Memory Project. Both are accessible to the public and pertain to the local Polson area. ...

Affordable Care Act questions answered

POLSON — Certified In-Person Assisters who have been trained by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to provide free public education and enrollment assistance for the Healthcare Insurance Marketplace will be available to answer your questions at the followed Polson locations: Thursday, Dec. ...

Library reading nooks open around town Library reading nooks open around town

POLSON — If archaic stereotypes are true, all librarians are all bun-wearing, grey-haired ladies wearing cardigans with a Kleenex pushed up their sleeve and rubber-soled shoes. They fiercely shush people so it’s quiet in the library and stamp out fun.  Not so in Polson.  Here libr...

Library offers free preservation workshop

Have you ever wondered what to do with that antique photograph of your great grandparents, the Bible that has been in your family for generations, or the tattered old love letter you found in the attic? What about your grandmother’s crumbling diary or early-day immigration papers? North Lake County ...

Board works to improve library services

Editor, To North Lake County Public Library readers, although our library has a wide range of services and programs, a fundamental service should consist of having the most recently processed books (fiction and nonfiction), or at least those titles, to be readily accessible to patrons. Toward that end, so...

Tech-savvy library 100 years young Tech-savvy library 100 years young

POLSON — Who is Polson’s most tech-savvy 100-year-old? North Lake County Public Library, that’s who. The library celebrates its centennial this fall, and up-to-date technology has a lot to do with its current focus and popularity. From laptops to e-books, MP3 players to free Facebook cla...

Author discusses first novel, writing habits

“I wanted to write a love story,” author Jamie Ford said in a telephone interview about his 2009 debut novel, “Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet.” A favorite love story of Ford’s is “Casablanca.” Compared with movies and novels today, it’s understat...


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