"Kentucky's public libraries are providing new digital services along with books and other items at an unprecedented level..."

Girl in library, courtesy KDLA via Marshall County Daily. From books to programs to electronic services, Kentucky libraries are being used now more than ever. "These numbers debunk the myth that libraries aren't a necessity in the Internet age," says State Librarian and Commissioner of the Kentucky Department of Libraries and Archives Wayne Onkst. "On the contrary, the data shows that children are checking out books and other materials, as well as attending educational programs more than ever before."

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