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  • Tuki Sayathe

    Familiar face to take reins at Itasca library Sep 18, 2013 12:00 AM
    After 17 years, Itasca Community Library’s adult services director has landed her dream job. Tuki Sayathe was named Monday as the executive director of the Itasca Community Library, effective Oct. 1. She will replace longtime director Betsy Adamowski, who will take over as director of the Wheaton Public Library, also on Oct. 1.

     
  •  Betsy Adamowski, who has served as director of the Itasca Community Library since 2000, is leaving that job to become the next director of the Wheaton Public Library.

    Wheaton picks library director from Itasca Aug 30, 2013 12:00 AM
    Betsy Adamowski is stepping down as director of the Itasca Community Library to become head of the Wheaton Public Library, and among those praising her selection is the woman she’s replacing. “I think it’s a very good choice,” said Wheaton Director Sarah Meisels, who is retiring on Sept. 30 after serving 47 years with the library, including the past 35 in its top administrative post.

     
  • Officials at the Itasca Community Library are conducting a technology assessment this year as part of a program called the Edge Initiative funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

    Itasca library wants to make the most of technology Jul 5, 2013 12:00 AM
    The Itasca Community Library has 29 public computers but are they enough? Staff offers 25 classes on how to use everything from a desktop computer to an iPad. But is that too many? These are just a few of the questions Executive Director Betsy Adamowski hopes to have answered as part of the library's participation in the Edge Initiative this summer.

     
  •  Officials at the Itasca Community Library are conducting a technology assessment this year as part of a program called the Edge Initiative funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

    Itasca library conducting technology assessment Jul 2, 2013 12:00 AM
    The Itasca Community Library has 29 public computers but are they enough? Staff offers 25 classes on how to use everything from a desktop computer to an iPad. But is that too many? These are just a few of the questions Executive Director Betsy Adamowski hopes to have answered as part of the library’s participation in the Edge Initiative this summer.

     
  • Sharon Laughlin: Candidate ProfileMar 14, 2013 12:00 AM
    Candidate information for Sharon Laughlin, running for Itasca Library Board (4-year Terms)

     
  • Sharon Laughlin: Candidate ProfileFeb 15, 2013 12:00 AM
    Candidate information for Sharon Laughlin, running for Itasca Library Board (4-year Terms)

     
  • Kris Kauther: Candidate ProfileFeb 15, 2013 12:00 AM
    Candidate information for Kris Kauther, running for Itasca Library Board (4-year Terms)

     
  • David Westen: Candidate ProfileFeb 15, 2013 12:00 AM
    Candidate information for David Westen, running for Itasca Library Board (4-year Terms)

     
  • Anne Boehn: Candidate ProfileFeb 14, 2013 12:00 AM
    Candidate information for Anne Boehn, running for Itasca Library Board (4-year Terms)

     
  •  Geneva Library reference assistant Christine Dalphy helps a group learn how to use their various e-readers to check out books from the library at Graham’s 318 in earlier this year. The library is now part of a consortium that allows patrons to reserve and renew library items via their cellphone.

    Need to renew a book? In Tri-Cities, use your phone Jun 25, 2012 12:00 AM
    Patrons at the St. Charles, Geneva and Batavia libraries now have a new way to reserve and renew library items: Using their phones. The LINC consortium, which contains nine suburban library systems, including those from the Tri-Cities, has launched a service that allows patrons to manage their accounts via text messages on their phones.

     
  • Jeff Pruyn

    Mayor: Itasca finances ‘returning to normalcy’May 7, 2012 12:00 AM
    After years of budget cuts and conservative spending in Itasca, Village President Jeff Pruyn said Monday he believes the village is "in the process of returning to normalcy." "We made adjustments by making tough decisions," Pruyn said.

     
  •  Children can share their Christmas wishes with Santa when he comes to Itasca on Tuesday.

    Itasca’s Santa tradition connects community Dec 5, 2011 12:00 AM
    Itasca's annual Santa Claus Is Coming to Town has become one of the most beloved annual traditions in the village in less than a decade. Village President Jeff Pruyn said it's because the e event, which returns Tuesday, brings the community together.

     
  • Itasca crime prevention officer Rick Brogan sets up a new traveling exhibit "What is Addiction?" that opens Wednesday at the Itasca Community Library.

    'Addiction' exhibit opens in ItascaMay 12, 2010 12:00 AM
    Itasca leaders think teaching teens about the dangers of drugs and alcohol is about more than telling them to just say no.

     
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