Calling upon his unique experiences as a criminal investigator in the National Park Service, author Paul Berkowitz proves how an over-emphasis on the “ranger image” has led to a culture that accepts misconduct. This dramatic case study challenges conventional wisdom and official accounts of agency history. It focuses on the actions of a group of employees known as the Yosemite Mafia, which includes a bias against professional law enforcement and a reluctance to hold senior managers accountable.
The Summer Reading Program is right around the corner and we are excited to announce that this year’s theme is Libraries Rock! We will be moving and grooving from June through July with fun musical events for kids of all ages. Our Summer Reading Challenge begins on Friday, June 15thwith a kickoff and registration at the library from 10am to 2pm. The reading challenge is open to kids ages 5 through 12 and is a great way to keep your child reading throughout the summer. If you have any questions about the Summer Reading Program, please contact Julie Hartline at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are delighted to announce Mancos Public Library has been selected as a 2018 finalist for a National Medal for Museum and Library Service by the Institute of Museum and Library Services. This award is the nation’s highest federal honor given to museums and libraries for service to the community.