River Country Journal kiosk opens at library

Any of the 14,000-plus articles assembled by a Three Rivers icon over a five-year period can now be accessed at the Three Rivers Public Library.
A kiosk to view the full River Country Journal catalog, from its inception in 2008 to its final days before the August 2013 passing of its creator, Bruce Snook, is available. A ceremony to honor Snook, his legacy and the River Country Journal kiosk took place Friday before approximately a dozen people.
Led by his widow, Raeann, the fanfare centered on the work Snook did as RCJ editor following his retirement as director of the Three Rivers Area Chamber of Commerce.
The kiosk is not connected to the Internet, nor is it hooked to a printer. The monitor and mouse are available simply for viewing the content, which provides a historical reference to what occurred in St. Joseph County over RCJ’s five-year existence.
With Snook’s devotion, the RCJ website quickly established itself as a legitimate source of local news from its inception.

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