News release from comptroller's office: A former employee of Millard Oakley Public Library in Overton County stole $5,999.53 in funds intended for the library, an investigation by the Comptroller's D...
The monthly meeting of the Leipen’ Lego Club is set for 1 p.m. Saturday at the Leiper’s Fork Public Library. New members are always welcome, however, children must be 4 or older...
Crafty kids are invited to take part in the annual craft extravaganza scheduled for 10:30 a.m. June 12 at the library. A variety of crafts will be set up for kids at this summer program at our local library...
Of course the whole focus of the library’s summer program is books and reading. The library offers an incentive program in which children are issued a reading log to keep track of library books read, and prizes are offered courtesy of Leiper’s Fork Market. Check it out!"
"The camp has earned the statewide Excellence in Education Award from the Tennessee School Boards Association (TSBA) multiple times in its five-year run, and ESL students from around the district are signed up for more multicultural fun this year at the Millington Family Resource Center (Millington Public Library)."
County library summer reading program to begin - “Dream Big – Read!” is the theme for the Sevier County Public Library System’s seven-week Summer Reading Program which runs from June 6 through July 18.
Kids are asked to do two things to participate in our public library's Summer Reading Program: 'Dream Big' and 'Read!' The free program runs June 12 - July 13 at Clarksville-Montgomery County Public Library.
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"I was awarded a grant to establish a library in my second-grade classroom, which consisted of using Ipod shuffles and the actual books to promote literacy, increase word recognition, fluency and reading rate,” Howe said. “The students can follow along in books as they listen to them being read and it’s usually by the authors themselves. This library is the first of its kind in the school system.”"
NASHVILLE (AP) — State auditors say they have uncovered evidence of theft from a Carter County elementary school and a public library in Overton County. Statements today from the office of State Comptroller Justin P.
The Blount County Public Library will hold “How to Survive the Zombie Apocalypse” 2:30-5:30 p.m. June 9 in the library’s meeting room hallway, located at 508 N. Cusick Street in Maryville. Free food will be provided.