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Space Age Check Out at the Lamar Library

Technology can help or hinder, but the new computer at the Lamar Library is a wonder to use when you check out a book.  Maybe :15 or :22 seconds for the total process if you have your library card ready to go. Interim librarian Todd Schaefer explained the new device has been available since the […]

Interim Librarian Expected Shortly

“The Lamar Library Advisory Board has been exceptionally helpful in providing a list of local candidates to act as the city’s interim librarian while we search for a full-time replacement,” explained Lamar City Administrator, John Sutherland, late last week.  The city had announced the retirement of Debbie Reynolds as Librarian for the Lamar Public Library […]

A Celebration of Seuss at the Lamar Library

The Lamar Library hosted a birthday party for Dr. Suess this past Friday, March 6.  The author’s real birthday was on March 2, but Friday’s are a lot better for parties.  That was the case for the 10am turnout, as about 45 to 50 youngsters and some parents were on hand to enjoy a live […]

Dias Selected to Lamar City Council

  Lamar resident, Felix Dias, was elected by a split ballot vote by the City Council as the Ward III replacement for Ron Cook during the January 26 meeting.   Cook became a Prowers County Commissioner following the November General Election.  Dias was sworn in as the newest council member by Judge Larry Stutler and began […]

Laureate Rho Helps Fund Library Projects

  There’s more to this small Christmas tree that meets the eye.  Judy Turpin and Jean Lunt, members of the Laureate Rho sorority, recently made a presentation to the Lamar Library for the holidays.  Librarian Debbie Reynolds received the tree which was decorated with money. Regular library patrons, Olaf and a relative of Bulllwinkle Moose, […]

Zonta Helps Bring Message for Gender Violence

Sixty orange silhouettes lining one wall inside the Lamar City Complex are the first of 318 that will be displayed from now until December 10.  The 318 represent the number of victims of violence in the 15th Judicial District for the current year.  Members of the Lamar Zonta Club are raising awareness for the 16 […]

Lamar City Council Approves Officers for Caged Conflict Event

Lamar Days committee members received permission from the city council for waiver of carnival fees at $290 for Crabtree Amusements, a new concession conducting the carnival in Lamar. The council also approved permission to locate one carnival house trailer for three employees at Willow Creek Park from May 11 to May 15. Another house trailer […]