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Time is on your side

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It's time to SPRING FORWARD! This weekend marks the beginning of Daylight Savings Time. No, you don't have to stay up until 2:00 a.m. to change all of your clocks. Before you go to bed on Saturday night, set your clocks ahead one hour. And, yes, Indiana has to, too!

Are you who you think you are? or Time to Check Your Credit

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You've probably seen these ads on TV. In one, a young man is singing about marrying his "dream girl" who didn't tell him her credit was bad. In another, his identity was stolen, so he needs to work in a fast-food restaurant. While the ads are humorous, the subject is not.

Michigan Tax Forms Available Online

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State of Michigan tax forms for 2007 are available online. Forms for individuals can be accessed here. For more information about state taxes, including e-file, business taxes and FAQ, go to the Taxes page on the Department of Treasury's website, www.Michigan.gov/taxes.

Update 1/30/08 - We have received tax forms from the State of Michigan. They are available on the Reference floor of the Coldwater Library.

Digitial TV Changeover

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On February 17, 2009, standard broadcast television signals in the United States will end, and TV sets that rely on an antenna will no longer receive signals.

How can you be sure you’re not left without television?
The answer to this question depends on a few things. Some people need to purchase a DTV converter box in order to continue watching broadcast television, many people don’t need to do anything at all.

Young Adults are Biggest Users of Libraries

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In a new survey done by the Pew Internet and American Life Project, slightly more than half of American adults said they had visited a library at least once in the past year. Surprising to some was the fact that the largest group of library users was those aged 18-30. This so-called 'Generation Y' cited computers and Internet access as the primary reason they visited the library.

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