Sep 19 3:00 p.m.

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How the Heck Do I Buy a Used Car?

Thinking about buying a new car but intimidated by the process? Scared you’ll buy a lemon or end up paying too much? This class will empower you with advice and information and take the scary and unknown bits out of the car buying process.

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Consumer Reports

ConsumerReports.org provides trusted ratings and reviews, recommendations and buying advice for thousands of products and services. Includes car buying guide and health care advice.

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Richland Library Main

Get Your News with U.S. Newsstream

If you have grown weary of paywalls impeding your access to reliable news (or of “free” subscriptions that offer only limited access, at the cost of surrendering some personal information), consider using U.S. Newsstream to essentially bypass paywalls and find the latest on US politics, COVID-19 vaccines, and world news.

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Billion Dollar Loser (and other new business books you may enjoy)

Check out these new business titles recently added to our collection.  Considering the news of the antitrust suit that the US Department of Justice has just brought against Google, Zephyr Teachout’s Break ’em Up: Recovering Our Freedom from Big Ag, Big Tech, and Big Money is a timely read indeed.
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Richland Library Main

Donating Books During a Pandemic

While our libraries are focused on getting our physical materials in the hands of customers, we've temporarily taken a step back from accepting community donations but that doesn't mean there aren't some really great community organizations out there that would love to safely process your book donations.