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Still working on your taxes? We have a limited supply of forms here at the Steele Memorial Library. So far, we have no state instruction books. We know this is a stressful time of year, so we’re sharing some clickable Continue reading Tax Resources
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Have you ever had a conversation about books or movies and thought to yourself ‘When I get home I will search on my computer to see if I can borrow the book or movie from the library’, then when you Continue reading Beneficial Bits n’ Bytes – BookMyne
So often we rely on users’ opinions and our friends’ suggestions on what apps we download to our smartphones and tablets. Sometimes our friends and other reviewers are wrong. Luckily there are other sources to find unbiased reviews of apps. Continue reading Beneficial Bits n’ Bytes – Unbiased App Reviews
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