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Jessica G. -
April 14th-19th 3:00PM Are you a teen looking for something fun to do during Spring Break? The Teen Center at the Main Library is hosting a different program each day at 3 PM! Here's what's happening: Monday, April 14th: Superhero Showdown - Discuss your... More 
Matt G. -

Overdue Fines Reduced!

Stressed about those late fees on DVDs? Well do not worry! Richland Library has reduced overdue fines for all items to .20 per day. That’s right. No more .75 per day late fees! This includes DVDs... More 
ThomasM -

Playstation 4: The Facts

Sony has a history of releasing videogame consoles that also work well as something else: the first Playstation could play audio CDs; the Playstation 2 played DVDs; and the Playstation 3 was (and... More 
ThomasM -

Wii U: The Facts

Nintendo’s Wii U has sat on the sidelines of the tug-o-war between the Xbox One and Playstation 4. Its graphics perform at slightly above the level of the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360, yet it’s... More 
Jessica G. -

Xbox One: The Facts

Thinking about buying a gaming system for a loved one this holiday season? This year there are three brand new next generation consoles to choose from and selecting just one could be a bit... More 
Brittany C. -
Are you a teen? Do you like gaming? If so, come join us for our Non-Stop Gaming Event on Satuday, November 16th to celebrate International Games Day! Stop by and play video games, board games, and enjoy all that the Teen Center has to offer. Gaming will be open for ages 12-... More 
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RIP Hiroshi Yamauchi & Nintendo's House of Cards

Hiroshi Yamauchi passed away today at the age of 85. He inherited his grandfather’s playing card company, Nintendo, at the age of 22 in 1949. Yamauchi dropped out of college and nearly... More 
Details the development of electronic gaming and examines some of the most popular games of all time. More 

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