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Kentucky public libraries break record for funding from E-rate

Kentucky public libraries have a record commitment of $2,195,532 in E-rate funding, marking a record amount since the program’s inception in 1998.

Kentucky Virtual Library names librarian as first recipient of service award

An award for outstanding service with the Kentucky Virtual Library has named it for its first recipient.

University of Cumberlands to receive $5 million grant to renovate library

The University of the Cumberlands is receiving a $5 million grant to renovate the library.

Bookmobile rally in Bath County

The Bath County Memorial Library and the I-64 Motorplex will be hosting a bookmobile rally on August 11, 2018.

Library wants help defending against budget cuts

State lawmakers have rearranged their schedule so they can continue budget negotiations Wednesday. As they talk, organizations like the Lexington Public Library are asking people to fight for them in Frankfort.

Library program brings economic services to Kentucky families

A Library Economic Advantage Forum (LEAF) pilot program has launched in three Kentucky counties. 

Lexington Public Library – Discover Summer

The Lexington Public Library has a full line-up of summer reading activities for our kids to keep their brains active in the summer months when away from school

Water Outage Shuts Down Clark Co. Public Library

The Clark County Public Library closed Thursday afternoon due to a water outage, but say they hope to reopen by noon on Friday.

Central Branch of Public Library new site for City Hall? Possibly…

A statement from Mayor Jim Gray’s office appears to suggest that the Central Library location in downtown Lexington is being considered for City Hall.

Carter fiscal court denies library taxing district request

The Carter County Fiscal Court has denied the implementation of a taxing district to support county libraries.

Lexington widow hoping missing memorial box is returned

A Lexington woman is desperately trying to find the Little Free Library she set up in her front yard that is now missing.

Tax help available at Lexington Public Library

All ages are welcome, but AARP asks that anyone seeking help should bring all necessary documents.

Anne Frank exhibit opens at Louisville library

An exhibit featuring family photographs of Anne Frank has opened at Louisville Free Public Library and continues through Feb. 27.

State librarian retires amid record-breaking library-card holders

After serving the Commonwealth of Kentucky as State Librarian and Commissioner of the Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives (KDLA) for nine years, Wayne Onkst has retired.

Video shows progress on new Lexington Public Library branch

The Lexington Public Library is giving people a peek at the progress on a new branch opening at Palumbo Drive and Man O' War Blvd in a new video.

Court: Kentucky libraries can raise taxes without voter OK

The Kentucky Court of Appeals has ruled that Kentucky libraries can raise taxes by 4 percent each year without asking taxpayers for permission.

Overdue library book sends Lt. Governor candidate to jail

An overdue library book landed Johnathan Masters, a candidate for Lt. Governor, behind bars for a few hours.

Clark County opening seed library

The Clark County Public Library is getting ready to offer something new for patrons to check out: seeds.

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Lexington protests peaceful, no sign of police

Our justice system failed us again. And that’s why we’re out here speaking our voices," David Miranda, a protester said.

Governor reacts to Louisville police protest shooting, tells protesters to go home

Governor Andy Beshear posted a video message Wednesday night on Twitter after two Louisville police officers were shot during protests the night a grand jury announced its findings in the Breonna Taylor criminal case.

UPDATE: missing Laurel County brothers found safe

14-year old Christian and 16-year old Chantz Collins have been gone since Tuesday.