It has been brought to my attention that I may have gotten some things out of order with my questions and answers about national parks. I do have excuses, although you may not want to hear them. I usually write my articles on Thursdays when I volunteer at the library....

We have several entries for our National Park photo contest, but we would love to have more. You have until Friday, Aug. 26,,to submit an entry. Please bring a 5x7 copy with your name, phone number and the name of the park where it was taken on the back of the picture....

 Editor's note: This is third in a local history series originally published by Linda Wilson in 2015. 

A few weeks ago, I wrote a couple of articles about the murder of June Nisbet of Cloverdale and the trials of Milt Lee and Paul Crane who were convicted of the cr...

Ready-to-Read classes for preschoolers resume Thursday, Aug. 18, at 10:30 a.m. with an orientation to the library, and will meet each Thursday thereafter unless announced otherwise.

The Book Club will meet Tuesday, Aug. 23 (a change from our regular meeting time) at 7 p...

The Suspects

Law enforcement officials believed that June Nisbet had been tortured to get him to reveal where he had hidden his money. The acting sheriff was Mrs. J.W. Lynch. According to local newspaper accounts several people were considered suspects: 45-year-old conv...

For those who come to our Book Club at the library, we have a change in schedule. We will meet on Tuesday, August 23, instead of our regular date of the 16th. The change is just for this month because of a conflict with other meetings. We will be discussing...

Summer Reading ended with a bang last Thursday with a visit from comedic juggler Todd Key.  We gave away a lot of prizes and said goodbye to Tasha Denton with no less than three cakes. 

We would like to thank all our sponsors for making this a successful summer fo...

                                                               Josephine Hawkins Parrish

Josephine Hawkins, one of...

Editors's Note: Former Dade County English teacher Linda Wilson has become one of the county's preeminent local history writers and has graciously consented to share her tales with The Dade Planet. She begins this one by apologizing that it is set not in Dade proper bu...

We enjoyed a visit from Tommy Johns last week.  He did a children’s program of magic and puppets in the morning and a Teen Program on entrepreneurship called Teen Boss in the afternoon.  As usual, we had a good crowd.  

This week’s children’s program is a movi...

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