The $140,000 upgrade was made possible through a California High-Speed Broadband Grant.
Library cards empower people and fuel lifelong learning.
To order, place a hold using the online catalog or call the library for help in selecting materials. Staff will prepare the materials and then call when they are ready for pick-up.
Customers can request and pick up materials starting June 2.
Using any medium, 30 doodles will be drawn according to the topic of the day on the same sheet of paper from April 22 through May 22.
Available as part of a course reserves pilot project from the library aimed at eliminating barriers to equal access to information, pursuing higher education, and achieving academic success.
BrainFuse has tutors for K-12, college, citizenship tests, high school proficiency tests, Microsoft Office, and even resume and cover letter help.
The evening was rounded out with a lively Ugly Sweater Contest and White Elephant-style wine bottle exchange.
Patrons made holiday crafts, watched holiday movies, took pictures with holiday props at the library's new 'Selfie Station' and listened to festive music while waiting for their turn to meet Santa.
Community members are invited to participate in 13th annual holiday program on Dec. 5.
A library card opens a world of possibilities through resources and services that give students the tools to succeed in school and beyond.
Library first began in the basement of the old county courthouse.
New e-book and audiobook service offers library cardholders free access to over 90,000 titles.
Library cardholders now have free access to more than 30,000 classic, independent, foreign language and educational films.
Q and A portion to follow book reading.
A Poynter Institute article suggests that truth can win ...if we are willing to change course and focus on local news.
Closures may impact residents who are planing on using scenic route.
Robert Bernosky writes to express his concern and lays out what the board should be doing.