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    The Summer Slide

    Kim Mattingly Children love summer vacation. They don’t have to go to school, therefore they don’t have homework. They can stay up late and sleep all day if they want to. I can recall going the whole summer without picking up a pencil at all. Good stuff! The freedom that summer brings does have some downsides. The learning losses that children experience during the summer are a big problem. Sometimes referred to as “Summer Slide,”…

    May and The Year of the Horse

    May is upon us and finally we can say goodbye to those dreary winter months and hello to Spring/Summer time. I’m sure that for most of us this is truly a wonderful time of the year. I know I greatly prefer Spring/Summer over the winter months. I especially have always been fond of the month of May for several reasons but this year is even more significant than usual. What makes this May so special…

    Staff Selfies: Welsey Johnson and Daniale Thomas

    Wesley Johnson Hello, do you know me? I’m a library IT Assistant. My name is Wesley Johnson. Perhaps you remember seeing me as “MAN IN CROWD AT BARISTA COMPETITION” in William Wallace’s Monkey Mocha Fantastique or “MAN ON BENCH WHO GETS ATTACKED BY ZOMBIES” in the PJ Starks’ classic, WBKR Zombie Run 2013 Commercial. No? You’ve at least seen me crawling under desks with Ethernet cables or toting around broken computers at DCPL, right? You’ll…

    Oral History

    By Savannah Warren As I have mentioned before, I am currently in grad school working on a Masters in Library Science. One of my classes this semester is an Oral History class and it has really surprised me because I had known so little about the subject before. I had always thought Oral History was just any recorded history, but that isn’t true. It turns out it is a very specific type of recording and it…

    A Derringer Profile: Lieut. William P. Conway

    A Derringer Profile: Lieut. William P. Conway For Echoes of Elmwood By Leslie McCarty The story of Lieut. William P. Conway was heard at Voices of Elmwood in 2009 and will be retold at this year’s Echoes of Elmwood, along with nine other stories. Lieut. Conway’s story is one of heroism and survival. But with all great stories, we need to start at the beginning. William P. Conway was born in Owensboro on July 12,…

     
     
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