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  • We have over 50,000 books and other materials (cds, dvd/Blu Ray, periodicals, etc).
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  • Free WI-FI, and a public use computer lab with printer access.
  • Xbox 360 and Teen Computers in our Young Adult Room.
  • Awesome children's room with child-friendly games and computers.
  • We can copy, scan, print & fax (all for a nominal charge). 
  • Monthly youth orientated programs
 and a whole lot more....just ask




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AP Top Headlines At 10 p.m. EST

AP Top Headlines At 10 p.m. EST

1 - Alabama Supreme Court halts gay-marriage licenses
2 - Officials: US report finds racial bias in Ferguson police
3 - 10 Things to Know for Wednesday
4 - Netanyahu warns US 'bad deal' would put Iran on nuclear path
5 - AP ANALYSIS: US on sidelines of key Iraqi battle against IS
6 - Congress sends Homeland bill to Obama without conditions
7 - Documents: Georgia officials indecisive about execution
8 - Man killed by Los Angeles police was wanted by US marshals
9 - Civil rights landmark bridge is named for reputed KKK leader
10 - Email issue revives old questions about Clintons
1 - Alabama Supreme Court halts gay-marriage licenses

The Alabama Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered the state's probate judges to stop issuing marriage licenses to gay couples, saying a previous federal ruling that gay-marriage bans violate the U.S. Constitution does not preclude them from following state law, which defines marriage as between a man and a woman....

3/3/2015 9:11:11 PM

2 - Officials: US report finds racial bias in Ferguson police

WASHINGTON (AP) -- A Justice Department investigation found sweeping patterns of racial bias within the Ferguson, Missouri, police department, with officers routinely discriminating against blacks by using excessive force, issuing petty citations and making baseless traffic stops, according to law enforcement officials familiar with its findings....

3/3/2015 8:36:33 PM

3 - 10 Things to Know for Wednesday

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Wednesday:...

3/3/2015 9:00:13 PM

4 - Netanyahu warns US 'bad deal' would put Iran on nuclear path

WASHINGTON (AP) -- In a direct challenge to the White House, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stood before Congress on Tuesday and bluntly warned the U.S. that an emerging nuclear agreement with Iran "paves Iran's path to the bomb." President Barack Obama pushed back sternly, saying the U.S. would never sign such a deal and Netanyahu was offering no useful alternative....

3/3/2015 9:11:10 PM

5 - AP ANALYSIS: US on sidelines of key Iraqi battle against IS

BAGHDAD (AP) -- Iranian-backed Shiite militias and Sunni tribes have joined Iraq's military in a major operation to retake Saddam Hussein's hometown from the Islamic State group, while the U.S.-led coalition has remained on the sidelines....

3/3/2015 5:40:25 PM

6 - Congress sends Homeland bill to Obama without conditions

WASHINGTON (AP) -- Bitterly admitting defeat, the Republican-controlled Congress sent legislation to President Barack Obama on Tuesday that funds the Department of Homeland Security without any of the immigration-related concessions they demanded for months....

3/3/2015 8:06:59 PM

7 - Documents: Georgia officials indecisive about execution

ATLANTA (AP) -- Georgia officials were indecisive about whether to proceed with a cloudy lethal injection drug, at one point saying they weren't sure whether they checked "this week's or last week's" batch, according to a court filing....

3/3/2015 7:47:23 PM

8 - Man killed by Los Angeles police was wanted by US marshals

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- A homeless man who was killed by Los Angeles police on Skid Row was living under an assumed name and was wanted for violating probation terms for a bank robbery conviction, French and U.S. officials said Tuesday....

3/3/2015 9:55:16 PM

9 - Civil rights landmark bridge is named for reputed KKK leader

SELMA, Ala. (AP) -- When the nation's first black president steps onto the Edmund Pettus Bridge to honor the marchers beaten there 50 years ago, he'll be standing on a structure that's at once synonymous with the civil rights struggle and a tribute to a reputed Ku Klux Klan leader....

3/3/2015 5:40:58 PM

10 - Email issue revives old questions about Clintons

WASHINGTON (AP) -- Hillary Rodham Clinton is facing a new set of questions about ethics and transparency - the sort that have dogged her and husband Bill for decades....

3/3/2015 9:54:55 PM


 

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