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Mar 26

Surplus Items for March 25, 2013

Posted by heather in Announcements

Surplus Item list

(MS Word document)

Mar 13


Posted by heather in Link of the Month

Today's Teen Tech Week bit of trivia is a shout-out to the non-profit organization Connect Safely. With all the new forms of social media floating around, it's good to know ways you can keep your data and personal information safer.

Mar 12

Teen Tech Week Scavenger Hunt!

Posted by heather in Events

Teens: Are you computer savvy?

This week is a celebration of all things technological! Check back here for fun trivia, online privacy tips, digital services, and more!

Also, participate in our online scavenger hunt for a chance at  prizes! Pick up a hint sheet at the front desk and turn in or submit your answers via email ( by Saturday, March 16th, at noon!

Mar 08

March is Women's History Month

Posted by heather in Interesting Tidbits

March is Women's History Month! Throughout American History, women have worked in the home, in the fields, and then in the factories with the advent of war.

Featured Books:

  • Top shelf...
    • "Sarah Morgan: The Civil War Diary of a Southern Woman" by Charles East
    • "During the War, Women Went to Work" by The Voice of WWII Project (DVD)
    • "Pioneer Doctor: The Story of a Woman's Work" by Mari Grana
  • Bottom shelf...
    • "Women in Pacific Northwest History" edited by Karen J. Blair
    • "Women's Votes, Women's Voices: The Campaign for Equal Rights in Washington" by Shanna Stevenson
    • "More than Petticoats: Remarkable Washington Women" by L.E. Bragg
    • "Wily Women of the West" by Grace Ernestine Ray
    • "The Story of Elizabeth Cady Stanton & Susan B. Anthony: Not For Ourselves Alone" by Ken Burns and Paul Barnes for PBS (DVD)
    • "Rebel for Rights: Abigail Scott Duniway" by Ruth Barnes Moynihan

You may place any of these titles on hold via our online card catalog, or by giving us a call at 509-382-4131.

Display by Sandy Dare

Mar 01

New Books for February 2013

Posted by heather in New Books

And we have lots more New Books for February!

Feb 20

Just a few days to enter the 2013 Teen Video Challenge!

Posted by heather in Announcements

Passing along this note from Matt Roach at the Washington State Library, regarding the 2013 Teen Video Challenge for the upcoming Summer Reading Program, "Beneath the Surface:"

Hello Everyone

Just a reminder, the Washington Teen Video Challenge ends this Friday, February 22nd.  Please submit your entries by that date.  If you have any questions, please contact me.  More information can be found here.  If you need to email or fax the form and video, you can do that as well.




Feb 16

New Books for January 2013

Posted by heather in New Books

New Books for January

We have many to choose from! :)

Feb 12

February is "I Love to Read" month!

Posted by heather in Library News

(Book display by Sandy)

Come celebrate the Month of Love with some "lovely" reads!

Feb 08

Celebrate our High-Speed Internet at Open House

Posted by heather in Library News

Click to see the full-size flyer:

Jan 09

Library Now Offers Zinio Digital Magazines!

Posted by heather in Announcements

Columbia County Rural Library District is very excited to offer Zinio digital magazines for library patrons!

Zinio digital magazines are brought to you by RBdigital. The library subscribes to 26 different online magazines, including: Alaska, American Patchwork & Quilting, Bicycling, Discover, Horse & Rider, PCWorld, Prevention, Rock & Gem, Rolling Stone, Successful Farming, Taste of Home, and more.  These online magazines are in addition to the print magazines already offered in the library.  You may view the complete list when you sign up or contact the library.

  • Go to our home page
  • click on databases in the yellow tab at the top
  • scroll to the bottom of the screen
  • click on Zinio.

Alternatively, you may access Zinio via the "eBooks/eAudio" page.

First time users need to set up an account.  See patron user guide for instructions on signing up, which is linked right under Zinio.  Every time a new issue is available, you will receive an email notification.  Digital magazines are also available for iPad, iPhone, and Android Mobile users. Questions about the library’s new Zinio service please call 382-4131 or email

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