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3 Jasper's Brian Lewis named IHSAA assistant commissioner
4 San Marcos
5 Aluminum pour last weekend begins month of events at Solsberry's outdoor sculpture museum
6 5 things to do: B-Town Hot Summer Nights has entertainment for all ages
7 Aluminum Pour at Sculpture Trails Outdoor Museum
8 The U.S. Senate could move to decriminalize marijuana. What does that mean for Indiana?
9 WEEKLY BRIEFING – WOW to pop-up at Liberty Station Growlers back at Mission Bay High Point Loma Playhouse to present 'Glorious'
10 Got Blood? Red Cross Needs Your Help in Yakima
11 Telehealth Investment and Telehealth Utilization: Let's Look at the Numbers
12 Summer Events At the Princeton Shopping Center Are Scheduled for a Lively Series of Entertainment
13 What To Do: Get outside for festivals and fairs | The Unionville Times
14 Retiring Missoula City Councilor Jesse Ramos Rips JEDI Program
15 Celebrate Life & the Arts With Rochester NH's First Lila Festival
16 Common calendar, Packet papers, July 9
17 The Woodlands Edition | July 2021
18 Atlantic County Utilities Authority Is Opposed To Pleasantville Dump
19 Unvaccinated Told To Avoid New York Bars, Restaurants
20 Halley: Banned Book Week a sad reminder that censorship exists
21 Round Rock ISD Board Member Receives Threats, Racist Comments
22 US Quidditch Cup returns to Round Rock April 13-14
23 Spring Break Programs for Kids and Teens at the Library
24 PD Victim Services Unit adds two full-time advocates
25 Title VI Program
26 ALA Film and Media Round Table announces 2021 Notable Films for Adults list
27 Round Rock wins four national awards for citizen engagement and communication
28 Unemployed in NJ? You could get almost-free health insurance
29 Round Rock Police, Fire Marshal shut down spa
30 Here’s what kids can learn from sharks
31 Friends, colleagues remember Officer Charles Whites
32 Construction on Frisco's award-winning library to begin in spring
33 Austin cold weather shelters activated Friday night, will operate 24 hours a day until weather event is over
34 Our Towns: Why Some Libraries Are Ending Fines
35 Blog: Icy weather forcing closures of roads, services
36 LIVE: Chauvin trial: Medical examiner testimony expected on Day 10
37 Battery recycling project earns Round Rock girl title of eco-hero
38 Previous Library to host used book sale
39 Black History Month events in the Carolinas this year
40 Buildings in Austin, Round Rock light up blue to support healthcare and other essential workers
41 Our Towns: Public Libraries Respond to COVID-19
42 The Linda Lindas Sign With Epitaph Records
43 Dan Frank Was a Gifted and Generous Editor
44 Why Georgetowns green energy gamble didnt pay off
45 Early voting set to get under way for May municipal elections
46 The Pandemic Modernized School Board Meetings — Will the Changes Last?
47 San Marcos
48 Our Towns: What Happens After the Election
49 Bloomfield woman to be first person sentenced for role in Capitol riot
50 City officials honor retiring librarian
51 Free tax assistance to be offered at library
52 Our Towns: The Post-pandemic Future of Libraries
53 'Divorce, Now What?' An Online Presentation May 12
54 Texas Gov. Abbott Says He Will Boycott MLB Events After League Pulled All-Star Game From Georgia
55 Pop Culture
56 Our Towns: How to Reconnect Rural and Urban America
57 Our Towns: Rebuilding After the Pandemic
58 4-year-old Round Rock ISD student with special needs gets off bus unnoticed
59 Free drive-thru COVID-19 testing to be held in Flower Mound
60 Q&A: Meet the candidates running for Brentwood City Commission
61 A Texas Trucking Company is Offering Drivers $14,000 a Week
62 Ricketts urges new round of federal COVID-19 assistance
63 KISD superintendent one of highest paid in state
64 PLA 2020: How the Award-Winning Nashville Public Library Makes the City Tick
65 Juanita Craft Helped Integrate the Texas State Fair—And Inspired the Next Generation of Civil Rights Activists
66 Tutoring corps could help kids with COVID learning slide — and train new teachers, too
67 What Ancient Rome Tells Us About Today's Senate
68 Hays CISD breaks ground on Buda elementary school
69 Author discusses strategies for overcoming natural student distraction
70 Our Towns: Looking at Libraries
71 Normal Library reopens to the public with new hours
72 NEW YORK 'Secret' 100-foot Underground Waterfall Reopens in New York HUDSON VALLEY POST
73 Off the Shelf: 2020 Favorites
74 New Braunfels | April 2021
75 Save Hamilton Pool Road protest held in opposition to development
76 Legislative Staff Week | You Rock!
77 Pelham Racquet Club hosts USTA state championship
78 DPS honors fallen Texas troopers at memorial service
79 Creative 100: Media Innovators
80 Mathematicians welcome computer-assisted proof in 'grand unification' theory
81 Print edition: March 24
82 Chicago Public Schools named for slaveholders; CPS promises changes
83 Local students on Austin College Dean's List
84 2 Austin bars topple as 48-story apartment tower rises, plus more popular stories
85 Our Towns: Another Lesson from the Roman Empire
86 Clear Creek ISD trustees begin new chapter after May election
87 Obituary for R. Christopher Lawson, Fayetteville, AR
88 Black students need changes to policies and structures beyond higher education
89 How Harry Reid, a Terrorist Interrogator and the Singer From Blink-182 Took UFOs Mainstream
90 Entertainment calendar: What’s going on in southeastern Wisconsin area this summer
91 Our Towns: The Gift of a Public Library
92 Next Been hearing a boom in the night? You're not alone
93 Sheriff gives new details in SC mass shooting that killed 5. ‘We don’t know why.’
94 Free drive-thru COVID-19 testing offered in Argyle
95 Blackness, whiteness, art and anti-democracy: A Q&A with Dr. Nell Irvin Painter
96 May 21, 2021 e-EDITION | Johnston Sun Rise
97 Coinbase Valued at $86 Billion in ‘Landmark Moment’ for Crypto
98 Did Jim Duncan kill himself? SC NFL player’s death still a mystery after 50 years
99 How the Military Cover-UP of the Dexter UFO Incident Led to Greater Government Transparency
100 Observe and Celebrate The first ever 'Observe Scranton' festival will celebrate the legacy of Jane Jacobs