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Check out the latest top ten fiction and nonfiction titles from the 22 June 2014 New York Times bestseller list. New to the fiction list this week is ...
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Richland Library is advancing our community by partnering with the SC Department of Health and Environmental Control to hire a registerd nurse to work at the library. The nurse will help...
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With the approach of the centenary of World War I on 28 July, historians have been busy reassessing the central question: why? Why did an assassination in Sarajevo lead to an all-consuming four-...
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Learn To Be Money Smart

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Is your financial ship at risk? Dare to set sail again - don't hang on to a sinking ship. On June 22, 2014 two financial professionals from the Palmetto Citizens Federal Credit Union presented a program here at Richland Library on "Budgeting and Saving to Achieve." Many suggestions for becoming money smart...
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Got the Job, Now What?

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Finally, you got the amazing job you applied for months ago. You agonized and worked diligently to complete numerous applications, submitted countless resumes and pulled your hair preparing for...
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Anita Lobel is one of the most important children's book authors and illustrators of our time. She has written and illustrated more than 60 books. They are in the canon of the most important, highest quality books for children. Ms. Lobel's first book, Sven's Bridge, was named one of the New York Times Best...
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In May the Vista Book Group met to discuss Herman Koch’s worldwide bestseller, The Dinner,...
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In case you have ever wondered what distinguishes different manga, here are the four big categories for the vast majority of manga. In Japan, manga are still by and large delivered and discovered...
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Should I use Social Media for marketing my small business? Everyone is on social media, including your competitors, so you need to be there also. Where? Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn, Pinterest, or...
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You've graduated: Now What? Whether you are thinking about going to college or joining the workforce, life after graduating from high school can be scary. From writing a résumé to landing that first job to knowing how to use social media responsibly in your job or college search, to applying for college and for...

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