Some recent disasters are drawing attention to a 25-year old program aimed at protecting and preserving Kentucky’s treasure trove of public documents. Kentucky Public Radio’s Tony McVeigh says alarm bells are sounding over declines in funding for the program.
Yes, the economy is tanking, but library use is climbing. The American Library Association says patrons nationwide are checking out more books and movies and using computers and reference materials for job searches. And in many of Kentucky’s rural areas, the demand for library services extends far beyond the stacks, prompting WFPL’s Elizabeth Kramer to… Continue reading Bookmobiles Weather Economic Crisis, So Far