Old-fashioned books are holding their own in a world of e-readers, according to a new online survey.
The Pew Research Center reports that in 2013, a bigger percentage of American adults read e-books. But there also appears to be more people reading more print books. That could indicate people aren’t necessarily giving up one for the other.
Rhinelander Library Director Ed Hughes says the findings are surprising.
No increase in budget could result in fewer employees and reduced hours at the Rhinelander District Library.
The government partners voted no to a $40,000 increase during an arbitration hearing this week. If the towns of Newbold, Pine Lake, Crescent, and Pelican, along with the city of Rhinelander object to a proposed budget, they can ask for a hearing. . The government partners voted against the increase. Oneida County also helps with funding. Hughes says the library's budget is close to $900,000.