Library software problem means fines start sooner
1/16/2013 7:48:31 AM
Library patrons who rely on a short grace period when turning in overdue items may want to reconsider. A malfunction in the Liberty Lake Municipal Library circulation software is making it impossible for library staff to allow this grace period on items returned late, Circulation Supervisor Georgette Rogers wrote in an email to The Splash.
Until the software is fixed, fines will accrue from the first day an item is overdue, Rogers said.
Several Liberty Lake students make Dean's List
Several Liberty Lake residents were among the Dean's List honorees at Eastern Washington University for the fall 2012 quarter.
Among those honored were Kelsey Baycroft, Blake Bledsoe, Ryan Conley, Justine Groome, Sarah Herner, Madison Hilpert, Patrick Hinea, Beth Hotchkiss, Anne Johnson, Alexandra Kern, Zachary Krogh, Trent Leach, Maria Mccauley, Nathan Nelson, Shelby Pace, Hannah Robb, Janelle Schweitzer, Kendra Sherrill, Megan Simmelink, Austin Simpson, Acacia Smith, Adam Stintzi, Moriah Svenonius, Connor Szott, Kelly Troyer, Amber Troyer, Nicholas Valentine, Kaylee Wilhelm and Antoinette Wizner.
Wolf makes MSU list
Rebecca Wolf of Liberty Lake was named to the Montana State University Dean's Honor Roll for the 2012 fall semester. Students must complete 12 credit hours and earn a grade point average of 3.5 or above for the honor.