Kansas Library News Blogs

The State Library has seven blogs that provide news and items of interest for Kansans.  Subscribe to any blog through our site's Notify Me feature, or add them to your RSS feed reader.

Recent posts:

  1. New Voices in Horror

    We all know the big names in horror. But there are several great stars in horror who have yet to be recognized as such. This week, we’ll introduce you to some of these authors as we round off our Horror in October blog series. New Voices Paul...

  2. CDC Guidelines for Safer Fall Holidays

    Fall holidays are upon us! The Centers for Disease Control has published a set of suggested guidelines to make the holidays safer for everyone. The CDC Holiday page is a great resource to find official CDC guidance for holiday safety. Topics on the...

  3. CDC Guidelines for Safer Fall Holidays

    Fall holidays are upon us! The Centers for Disease Control has published a set of suggested guidelines to make the holidays safer for everyone. The CDC Holiday page is a great resource to find official CDC guidance for holiday safety. Topics on the...

  4. 1934 to 1936-Kansas Highway Commission: Millions for Roads, Bridges and Safety

    1934 to 1936-Kansas Highway Commission: Millions for Roads, Bridges and Safety Written by Donna Casement, State Library of Kansas KGI Online Library Blog-October 22, 2020 (All copies of newspaper articles cited here can be viewed at KGI ONLINE...

  5. Queen of Horror

    Anne Rice was born and raised in New Orleans, moving to California for college. While she has spent more of her life in California, New Orleans holds a special place in heart, often becoming the backdrop for her novels. The French Quarter provided...

  6. National Disability Employment Awareness Month

    Kansas Talking Books recognizes October as National Disability Employment Awareness Month. It celebrates the contributions of people with disabilities to our workforce and encourages creating opportunities for people of all abilities to showcase and...

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