NPR’s Rachel Triesman, wrote an article about the comedy wildlife photography winners of this year. These photos will bring a smile to your face. From the bird with a leaf in his face to a derpy-looking fish. The photographers have truly captured wildlife at their funniest moments.
Working well together on yet another project, the Historical Society of Riverton and the Riverton Free Library have completed arranging and cataloging the library’s archives. For details of this part of the Society’s ambitious undertaking see the latest Gaslight News, October 2021, page 3.
This important retrospective ensures that our library’s documents and memorabilia can be used for research with an online outline of the contents of the collection. That outline will become available among an online collection once all the other areas of the HSR are cataloged. However, you can get a sneak preview by clicking on the Finding Aid link to see our own collection’s details.
NPR author Rachel Treisman, writes about Texas’s governor’s call to restrict reading material in public schools. The governor wants more control of the materials in the school library and thinks that parents should have a more prominent role in their child’s education. The author then goes on to talk about the culture war appearing across the country and how some states have reacted to it.
Here is an article by Chanel Vargas and Maggie Maloney, showing 18 different types of table settings to have on the Thanksgiving dinner table. The authors show some creative ways of decorating. From the traditional turkey decorations, using pumpkins and showing some colors. It’s definitely worth looking at!