The Monroe County Library System’s Lawrence A. Frost Collection of Custeriana started with a podiatrist and a pair of boots. Dr. Lawrence A. Frost wore many hats in his lifetime.
Tax season is about to begin, and many taxpayers are looking through old receipts wondering what to keep and what to pitch. What about all those other papers that have accumulated over the years? The following website articles will help you clean out your files for a less cluttered New Year.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is the nation’s consumer protection agency. The agency works hard to prevent fraudulent, deceptive and unfair business practices. These types of practices have become commonplace, and the FTC wants to educate the public about these scams.
The Monroe County Opportunity Program (MCOP) offers a number of housing programs. Two of these programs include:
The Ellis Library and Reference Center celebrates Custer Week with movies, music and art!
October 7 – 31, 2014
The U.S. Department of Transportation's National Highway Traffic Safety Adminstration (NHTSA) has unveiled a new, free, online search tool for consumers to determine if a vehicle is directly impacted by a recall.
Now Available from the Secretary of State - Just in time for the August 5 election:
"It's time to vote" text and email reminders
For the first time, Michigan voters can sign-up to receive free text or email reminders from the Michigan Secretary of State's office whenever an upcoming election is around the corner.
To sign up, go to michigan.gov/sos and click on the red envelope located with all the social media icons towards the bottom of the page.
Letter from the Seventh Regiment
Camp 7th Mich. Vol. Inf’ty
Stephensburgh, VA, April 14th, 1864
Editor Commercial – But few matters of interest have occurred since my last letter – The principal feature of the past two weeks have been very severe weather with continued rains making even hills about us very muddy. Bridges have been washed away in two instances, interrupting our communication with Washington for a day or two, and of course stopping the mails and newspapers.