No matter what sport you enjoy either to play or watch, a big part of it includes numbers. Sports is all about numbers; in the words of Billy Chapell in the movie For Love of the Game, in sports they count everything. A touchdown is worth 6 points, it is always 90 feet from home plate […]
On Nov. 12 in observance of Veterans Day (a day late since the library’s closed on the actual day), it’s your chance to say thanks and honor the contributions of the veterans in our community by attending Honoring Our Veterans at the library. The library offers two opportunities to say thanks; one in the afternoon […]
The Chiefs have a bye week coming up in a few weeks. The local team will be resting up from their good start. Sadly there will be a bit of a void to fill for many football fans. Just in case you need your fix or you want to read some excellent books on the […]
In Shot All to Hell, author Mark Lee Gardner tells the story and demise of the infamous Jesse James and Cole Younger. The book has all the elements of a great western story. Some colorful characters, some very bad men, some very courageous people, a bank robbery, a shoot-out, betrayal, an exciting getaway, and a giant man hunt, and a daring escape.
If you are a history buff, especially of World War II you won’t want to miss this opportunity. On June 10th, at 7:00 p.m. in Menninger Room. Dan King author and Pacific War Historian will review his book the Last Zero Fighter: King has written a first hand accounts of experience of Japanese Naval pilots. In addition to writing many […]
This is a busy week for area sports fans. Not only is the Big 12 basketball season underway with both Kansas schools off to good starts. Additionally Lee Arena is always a good place to be, to catch the ‘Bods and Lady Blues in action. And as always local high school sports have a full […]