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Richard Scanland

Richard is a recent college graduate with a passion for writing. He aspires to write full-time, as well as become a published author. When not writing, he can often be found reading or playing video games with friends.

Dr. Kenneth Schoon explores history of Pullman at Library presentation

By Richard Scanland LANSING, Ill. (January 26, 2022) – On Monday night at the Lansing Public Library, Dr. Kenneth J. Schoon gave a presentation on the history of the Pullman neighborhood. Schoon, a resident of Indiana, is a Professor Emeritus of Science Education at Indiana University Northwest. His book, Pullman: The...

Library’s Angel Tree Project helps pay off kids’ fees

By Richard Scanland LANSING, Ill. (December 16, 2022) – The Lansing Public Library recently started a festive program to pay off fees on children’s library cards this holiday season: The Angel Tree Project. Patrons in the library will notice small Christmas trees decorated with tiny angels made of paper with...

Daylight saving time falls back this weekend – possibly for the last time

U.S. House and President could make daylight saving time the permanent law of the land By Richard Scanland LANSING, Ill. (November 3, 2022) – Daylight saving time is a concept many are familiar with. It has been around since 1918, when it was implemented during the First World War in an...