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Above: Youths dig around trying to find the right piece to place on their Lego projects during Lego build day at the Jasper Public Library. Right: Carly Robbins makes a swimming spot with Legos at Jasper public library. Robbins said her plan is for customers to buy pillows, then jump in with…

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Carly Robbins makes a swimming spot with Legos at Jasper public library. Robbins said her plan is for customers to buy pillows, then jump in with them for fun.

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Madeline Patterson makes her own version of tie-dye, drawing a heart to fold in a fan before coloring at Dubois Public Library.

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Gracie Carmichael works on a napkin to tie-dye at Dubois Library Saturday.

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Nora and Olivia Goins and Quinn Weidenbenner enjoy time with this Freedom Reins Therapeutic Riding Center visitor at Jasper Public Library on Saturday after receiving a book as a take-home activity.

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Freedom Reins Therapeutic Riding Center’s miniature pony visitors are a hit with youth who visited Jasper Public Library on Saturday. Youth interacted with the ponies, learned how to measure their height and received a take-home book

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Olivia Goins and Eddie Marinin learn how to measure a pony’s height in hands Saturday at Jasper Public Library. Each hand is about four inches.

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Action was fast and furious at the fifth grade girls basketball game between the Ferdinand Elementary School Crusaders and the Holy Family Owls. Cheering on the Crusaders were cheerleaders Crystal Eckert and Lacey Lindauer. Herald file photo by Tim Myers. Published January 7, 1997.

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Dubois County residents can recycle strands of old lights at this cardboard barrels stationed in Rural King’s entrance and at the Solid Waste District Process Center during regular hours. Some 3,481 pounds have been recycled in the past three seasons. The program accepts strands of electric …

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With the weather heading into the BRRR levels, Ferdinand youngsters got a jump on the forecast, painting polar bears at the Ferdinand Library on Monday afternoon.

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(Yes, I do know that the plural of octopus is octopi, but I just plain think that octopuses is more fun!)

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