Public Libraries Offer Online Services
By West Kentucky Star Staff
MAYFIELD - In compliance with the latest mandate from Governor Andy Beshear, public libraries in the area have closed any remaining in-person services they had offered to the public.

Libraries in Graves, Marshall, Calloway and McCracken Counties closed on March 16 or 17, but some curbside service had been available. As of this week, those services are no longer available and book drop boxes are also closed for the public's safety. 

McCracken and Calloway County libraries will be closed until April 20, Graves County and Marshall County have not given a date for when they hope to reopen. 

The libraries are not charging fines or late fees through at least mid-April, and many online materials are available. While a library card may be required, some can be created or applied for online. For problems regarding access or any other issues, contact the library. Limited staff is available due to social distancing requirements. 

Libraries in Ballard and Livingston Counties also closed over a week ago.

Information on all of these libraries is available at their individual Facebook pages. 

Published 06:04 PM, Wednesday Mar. 25, 2020
Updated 11:36 AM, Thursday Mar. 26, 2020



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