New Youth and Young Adult Books at the Library

Juvenile Fiction Peter & Ernesto #: Sloths in the Night by Graham Annable Alone in the Woods by Rebecca Behrens Class Act by Jerry Craft They Threw Us Away by Daniel Kraus Tristan Strong Destroys the World by Kwame Mbalia No Place for Monsters by Kory Merritt Revver the Speedway Squirrel by Sherri Rinker The Secret Life of Sam by Kim Ventrella Three Keys by Kelly Yang An Egret’s Day by Jane Yolen JE Biscuit’s Pet & Play Christmas by Alyssa Capucilli My First Christmas by Tomie DePaola The Christmas Truck by Alex Willmore A Pirate’s Twelve Days of Christmas

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Holiday Kickoff in Lindsborg on Saturday

Christmas in Lindsborg is hosting their Holiday Kickoff on Saturday, November 14th. The kickoff begins at 10:00 a.m. and goes until 4:00 p.m. in downtown Lindsborg. You can either shop virtually or in person. Businesses will be giving away a limited number of free reusable Holiday Shopping Totes filled with discounts and goodies, along with a Holiday Season Shopping Passport. This year, to provide a socially distant shopping experience, visitors are encouraged to shop locally throughout the season and receive a stamp in their Holiday Passport. Passports can be turned into participating businesses by December 12th for a chance to

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McPherson County 911

McPherson SO & Moundridge PD responded to a report of a Suspicious/Wanted Person on N Christian Ave in Moundridge. McPherson PD & SO responded to a report of a DUI on Iron Horse Dr in McPherson. McPherson PD responded to a report of a Sexual Assault on E Euclid St in McPherson. McPherson PD responded to a report of Threatening Suicide/Attempted Suicide on N Main St in McPherson. Lindsborg PD responded to a report of a Mask Ordinance Violation on N Harrison St in Lindsborg. McPherson PD responded to a report of Theft/Attempted Theft on Garden Ln in McPherson. McPherson

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Obituary: Lucinda “Cindie” Ann Dyck

Lucinda “Cindie” Ann Dyck, 71, of McPherson, KS, passed away peacefully on Sunday, November 8, 2020, with her husband by her side at Angel Arms, McPherson.  She was a retired nurse, working at Lindsborg Hospital. She was born on September 21, 1949, in Claflin, KS, the daughter of Leo Eugene and Velma Gracie (Warner) Bernd. Survivors include: her husband, Gerald Dyck of McPherson, KS; two children, Tim Nuss and Candice Wiley; a brother, Russell Bernd and wife, Janice; four step-children, Phillip Dyck, Eric Dyck, Perry Petersen, and Stacie Griffin; and numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews, and extended family. A private

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The Right Way for Right Turns

Making a right turn seems like a simple movement while driving which many get wrong by turning into the wrong lane. Before turning right, a turn signal indicating a right turn is required. According to Standard Traffic Ordinance (STO) Sec. 49 (a)(1) says- The driver of a vehicle intending to turn shall do so as follows: Right Turns. Both the approach for a right turn and a right turn shall be made as close as practicable to the right-hand curb or edge of the roadway. Disobeying this traffic law can lead to a traffic collision with another vehicle. For your

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McPherson County 911

11/6/20 EMS, Fire and Police responded to a report of poisoning/overdose on E Simpson St. EMS, Fire and Sheriff responded to a seizure on Pawnee rd and 14th Ave in McPherson. Police and Sheriff responded to a non-injury traffic incident on I-135 SB. Police responded to a report of past suspicious/wanted person on N Main St. Police performed an urgent welfare check on N Barber St. Police responded to a report of  past domestic violence on E Avenue C. Animal Control performed an animal welfare check on S. Fisher St. Police responded to a non-injury traffic incident on S Front

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McPherson County with 217 Active Cases of Covid-19

McPherson County Health Department reports 728 total cases of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in McPherson County. 503 of the total cases have now met recovery guidelines set forth by the KDHE or have passed away. There are six current hospitalizations and eight deaths. Please let our data solidify the need to wear masks, avoid large gatherings, stay home when sick, and practice good hand hygiene. The cold season is upon us and will not make our jobs any easier when trying to differentiate between COVID-19 and other ailments, like the common cold or influenza. Please continue to seek medical care and

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