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Book Review — The Girl Who Reads on the Metro

By The Publisher | March 27, 2020 |

The Girl Who Reads on the Metro by Christine Feret-Fleury — Juliette has a nice, if relatively uninspired, life in Paris. A nice apartment, a nice job, a string of kind of boring boyfriends. Her one joy comes in imagining stories about the people she sees on the metro based on the books they are…

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You can use the library remotely!!!

By The Publisher | March 17, 2020 |

The Churchill County Library is reminding the community during this time, that although their doors are temporarily close, the library is still available online. The online resources are up and running at this link: https://buff.ly/2xcgcVn and for help if needed, contact info@churchillcountylibrary.org Additionally, the book drop is still open for returns, and late fees will be…

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Appreciation Night for Library Volunteers

By The Publisher | March 10, 2020 |

by Leanna Lehman —  On February 27, Churchill County Library publicly recognized the tremendous efforts of the many volunteers who help to make the local library something more than a building for books. Thanks to director Carol Lloyd, and as she would say, the many volunteers, the library is a vibrant and thriving staple of…

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Author event at the Library — Lynn Lloyd

By The Publisher | March 9, 2020 |

by Rachel Dahl — Two pages into Lynn Lloyd’s “Seven Sets of Horseshoes: An American Journey” and I’m already weeping. This is why I do not read horse stories, nor do I watch horse movies. They’re sad. And beautiful. And they make you think of life and love and all the things that really matter.…

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Internship at Library Offers Students On-the-Job Experience

By The Publisher | February 16, 2020 |

by Susan Weikel —  Early last fall Nathan Waite, an educator at the Churchill County School District approached Carol Lloyd, the director of the library, about working with the school district to create an intern program. The two of them sat down together and planned the steps to get a pilot program up and running…

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#WhyYouMatter Exhibition & Reception

By Editor | January 26, 2020 |

by Jaime Shafer — On Tuesday, January 14th, the Churchill County Library hosted the first of two exhibitions for the #WhyYouMatter project. While attending the 2019 National Art Education Association conference in Boston, I was introduced to the #WhyYouMatter project. Immediately, I began thinking about how I could bring this to our town. The original campaign…

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IT-Essentials – A+ Course @ the Library

By The Publisher | January 23, 2020 |

Nevada Technology Academy and Multnomah University is partnering with the Churchill County Library to offer IT Certificate Programs to the Fallon community. First up is CIT112-IT Essentials-A+. This is a 4 credit course. Class starts February 3, 2020 and will be held every Monday from 6 to 9:50 p.m. at the Churchill County Library Annex…

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Library Events for February

By The Publisher | January 22, 2020 |

The Churchill County Library events for the month of February.                       Never miss the local news — read more on The Fallon Post home page. If you enjoy The Fallon Post, please support our effort to provide local, independent news and make a contribution today. …

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IT Certificate Programs Available

By The Publisher | December 23, 2019 |

IT-Essentials – A+ Course @ the Library Nevada Technology Academy and Multnomah University are partnering with the Churchill County Library to offer IT Certificate Programs to the Fallon community. First up will be CIT112-IT Essentials-A+. This is a 4 credit course. Class starts February 3, 2020 and are every Monday from 6 to 9:50 p.m.…

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Book Review — The Accomplice: A Novel by Joseph Karon

By Editor | November 28, 2019 |

Max Weill has spent the 17 years since the fall of the Third Reich tracking down the whereabouts of Nazis who committed atrocities which resulted in his family’s deaths in the camps. Max is on his death bed as he recruits his nephew Aaron’s help in tracking down Otto Schramm, a doctor who had recruited…

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