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My love affair with the written word started at home with my mom reading to me but came to full flower at the local library. As a kid, I spent countless hours there, lost in Nancy ...

Library donors come through for residents

The Friends of the Lincoln Library are very grateful for the support of the community in spirit, through signed petitions and with your dollars. Both libraries will continue to b ...

The importance of libraries

A vibrant library is a sign of a healthy community. I wrote that statement 15 years ago when I was campaign manager for a prospective Grass Valley City Council member, who ended up ...

Record number of books given to kids

The Carnegie Library courtyard was a hive of activity Thursday as children swarmed tables to buzz off with free books. It was the start of the eighth annual Books in the Courtyard ...

Book sales continue at both libraries

The Friends of the Library Big Book sale scheduled for the end of May and one in July have been cancelled. The Friends held two earlier book sales this year and, presently, there a ...

Library fines waived for food donation

Lincoln Public Library is holding an inaugural “Food for Fines” drive through April 30. Book fines will be waived for canned-food donations. Unexpired, nonperishable food don ...

Mother Goose on the Loose a place for kids, parents

The Twelve Bridges Library is anything but quiet on Thursday mornings. That's when dozens of singing, clapping, dancing and sometimes crying children flood in with their parents ...

Story time changes now in place

The Lincoln Carnegie and Lincoln Twelve Bridges Library have changed their children- story-time reading times. Mother Goose on the Loose will be at 10:30 and 11 a.m. every Thursda ...

Laid-off library media teacher having trouble finding job

Library Media Teacher Andrea Stephenson is one of the 31 city employees who lost their jobs last week. “My particular position is one of a kind,” Stephenson said. “I wear tw ...