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Find project information and interactive map.
Read federal tax information, file online, check your refund status, pay your tax bill, and more. Of particular note: Earned Income Tax Credit, Forms & Publications, and local office hours and locations. Information is available in multiple languages. You can also call the IRS toll free at 800-829-3676. (Site is available in multiple languages. Choose from the menu in the upper right corner.)
Research books on surname origins, vital statistics, parish records, and other historical and biographical documents.
Explore key players and the battles they fought to see how they shaped our nation.
Learn to write and speak different Japanese expressions so you can better understand and enjoy your favorite manga or anime.
Get help from the nation's largest and most comprehensive residential education and job training program for at-risk youth ages 16 through 24.
Dig deeper into full-text, academic journal articles and primary sources in a variety of disciplines.
Access value guides for cars, trucks & SUVs. *Also available in print at the Library.
Watch tutorials online and practice a wide variety of life skills and academic subjects, from computer programming to printmaking or 3rd grade math to entrepreneurship.
Read Kindle eBooks with the Kindle app for use on most non-Kindle devices.
Find information, quick links, tutorials and more to help the small business owner meet state and federal requirements, courtesy of the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries. Also available in Spanish.
Browse this length list of online and local resources compiled by the Washington State Attorney General's office.
Be informed and get involved in the democratic process at the federal, state and local levels.
Access information and referrals via this national non-profit advancing the “education and general welfare of children and adults of normal or potentially normal intelligence who manifest disabilities of a perceptual, conceptual or coordinative nature."
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- Career Center - Learn about careers, prepare for entrance and occupational exams, like the civil service or ASVAB, or even the TOEIC if you're an English language learner.
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Locate everything needed to conduct a successful job search: guidance through job postings, resume & cover letter builders, interview courses, and expert advice.
Find resources for speakers of Spanish on reading and writing in English, math, and GED preparation.
Use tools and instructions to independently address a wide-range of legal issues including business law, financial planning, family law, property & real estate, and rights & disputes.