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A girl in a formal dress runs across the lobby, then disappears into thin air. In an empty Mermaid Room, ... [Read more]

Blessed with a picturesque mountain setting, abundant natural resources, and an equitable climate, the San Lorenzo Watershed has long attracted ... [Read more]

The hallowed grounds of Mount Hermon's Christian retreat have a colorful past. In 1841 the redwood preserve hosted California's first ... [Read more]

An overgrown, two-tiered fountain near the south entrance to Ben Lomond stands as a relic of the glory days of ... [Read more]

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The San Lorenzo Valley Water District (originally the San Lorenzo Valley County Water District) was formed by a special election ... [Read more]

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The interesting thing to me was that only ONE wall of books, the north wall, came down. But that wall also included our Storage/Work Room, and it was a mess!

These notes are from my Monthly Report, October 1989.

October 18, I checked into the Branch about 7:00 am, ..." [More]

Excerpted from "One Week Later, Story Hour as Usual" - Getting La Selva Beach Branch Open Again by Dorothy Allen