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Thursday, Apr. 24, 2014
May Adult Programs at Spencer Public Library

2014 Artisans on the Map!

Comic Strip and Graphic Art Program @ Library!

Thinking Outside of the Box

Youth Services Events Coming This April!

Uganda? You Gotta be kidding me is right

If You Like It, Then You Should Put A Leash On It!

2014 A.R.T. Artists Juried Into "Weather Permitting"!

In The Dog House

"Improvisations" Exhibit by 2014 Artisans Road Trip Artist Joanne Alberda!

2014 Artisans Road Trip Artists Announced!

Join Us At Family Fest!


Why We Ride

A.R.T Artist Karess Knudtson Exhibits at Arts on Grand!

Dogs Behind Bars

Teen and Children's Events at the Library This Month

Artisans Road Trip Exhibit at the Clear lake Art Center!

Sophie Rose

Happy New Year from A.R.T.!

We did it -- a Clay County play went up in NYC! Video

Dear Neighbor

Merry Pitmas!

Cruelty or Lack of Education?

The Feeling of Christmas

You made this play great. Now it's going on stage on 42nd Street, New York City!

CIA Code Names, JFK, and Guantanamo Bay

Artisans Road Trip Looking Forward to 2014!

Are You Up For The Challenge?

No Breed Ban in Ringsted!

Bloggers Wanted
The Daily Reporter is seeking a number of bloggers who would be interested in sharing their insight or offering their opinions on any number of areas - from business to education to government to music - The Daily Reporter wants to hear from you. If there is a particular area where you have some particular knowledge, and have always wanted a way to share that information and dialogue with others, consider being a Daily Reporter blogger. If interested, contact The Daily Reporter Managing Editor Randy Cauthron at news@spencerdailyreporter.com. Have photos or video of a special activity, event or situation? Send them to The Daily Reporter and we'll post them on the website for all of our readers to enjoy. Depending on the event or activity, some might make it in the paper. It's just one more way for our readers to interact with others in the community.