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Community CalendarThe LaRue County Herald News6/22/2022
Hardin County librarian to benefit from statewide scholarshipThe News-Enterprise6/22/2022
LINEUPThe Paducah Sun6/22/2022
This week at the public libraryThe Spencer Magnet6/22/2022
Celebrating FreedomNews-Democrat & Leader 6/21/2022
Community leaders give perspective to close out 2022 Juneteenth celebrationThe State Journal6/21/2022
Hopkinsville, Cadiz library directors receive scholarshipWHOP6/21/2022
Kentucky by Heart: Sharing some enriching experiences that fuel passion for our stateNorthern Kentucky Tribune6/21/2022
Kentucky Librarians Awarded Library Science Tuition Scholarship for Fall 2022 SemesterKentucky.gov6/21/2022
Logan Library Summer ProgramNews Democrat & Leader6/21/2022
Mental Health and Suicide Prevention for Veterans, Service Members, and Their FamiliesOCLC’s Web Junction6/21/2022
Metro Council committee approves proposed budget - Increased funding will come to various projects including roads, parks, libraries and homeless.WHAS6/21/2022
Why states are changing the laws that govern libraries serving communitiesNPR6/21/2022
Community Calendar  The News-Enterprise6/20/2022
Community News BriefsThe Winchester Sun6/20/2022
Digital Access Project to make property history available to allThe Lane Report6/20/2022
George Coon Library Transforms into Ocean of PossibilityWPKY6/20/2022
Kenton County Public Library and Chick-Fil-A team up for special storytime hour, fundraiser on June 22Northern Kentucky Tribune6/20/2022
KYTC to hold popup driver licensing event in Lyon CountyKFVS6/20/2022
Louisville artist donates illustration award prize money to local libraryWFPL 89.36/20/2022
More Summer Read activities planned this week at HCCPLWHOP6/20/2022
'Oceans' of Reading FunThe Cadiz Record6/20/2022
Summer solstice celebrations at the CapitolBowling Green Daily News6/20/2022
Travelling early-childhood science exhibit coming to McCracken County Public LibraryWPSD  6/20/2022
Summer programs offer learning and fun for kids at Pike County LibraryWYMT6/19/2022
HCMPL features Animal Tales on TuesdayThe Messenger6/18/2022
Juneteenth 2022 — celebrating holiday many African-Americans recognize as ‘Freedom Day’Northern Kentucky Tribune6/18/2022
Juneteenth Jubilee enjoys great conditions for blend of fun and educationCommonwealth Journal6/18/2022
Spend the summer reading, not roasting The Advocate-Messenger6/18/2022
Things to do in Cincinnati this week: June 20-26The Cincinnati Enquirer 6/18/2022
Tie dye returns to Madison County LibraryThe Richmond Register6/18/2022
Beyond the BooksNews-Democrat & Leader6/17/2022
Fiscal court approves leave accrualThe Carrollton News-Democrat6/17/2022
Freedom to Read Foundation to Host Virtual Symposium “Where Intellectual Freedom and Social Justice Meet: A Call to Action”American Library Association6/17/2022
Paul Sawyier Public Library News — June 19-25The State Journal6/17/2022
Public Libraries Celebrate JuneteenthPublic Libraries Online6/17/2022
Silly Safaris show fills libraryThe Sentinel Echo6/17/2022
Spotify Completes Findaway PurchasePublishers Weekly6/17/2022
YALSA to launch eCourse on neurodiversity, mental health in the libraryAmerican Library Association6/17/2022
Annual Summer Reading ProgramThe Licking Valley Courier6/16/2022
CCPL still on track to resume services in old library buildingMurray Ledger & Times6/16/2022
Children's Summer Programming well underway at libraryMarshall County Tribune-Courier6/16/2022
EveryLibrary Launches Banned Book Store, Internet’s Most Comprehensive Store of Banned BooksLibrary Journal’s Info Docket6/16/2022
Henry County public library keeps summer learning open to an Ocean of PossibilitiesHenry County Local6/16/2022
Juneteenth in Jessamine Co.The Jessamine Journal6/16/2022
Library board reviewing nominees for two seatsMessenger-Inquirer6/16/2022
Library provides options for early childhood readingThe News-Enterprise6/16/2022
Make Story Time Welcoming for All Children| First StepsSchool Library Journal6/16/2022
Pride MonthThe Messenger6/16/2022
Read insights on responding to public health crisesOCLC6/16/2022
Summer Reading program a big drawThe Berea Citizen6/16/2022
The Louisa Librarian Is Looking For 2 ‘Qualified Employees’; Library Program Will Feed Thousands This SummerThe Levisa Lazer6/16/2022
Community CalendarThe Marshall County Tribune-Courier6/15/2022
Library CornerThe Estill Tribune6/15/2022
Library facing questions about removal of Juneteenth displayCommonwealth Journal6/15/2022
Library Genealogy Department hosting workshopKentucky New Era6/15/2022
OCLC Files Lawsuit Against Clarivate AnalyticsLibrary Journal’s Info Docket6/15/2022
Owensboro's support of Kentucky Humanities is greatly appreciatedMessenger-Inquirer6/15/2022
PC library board meetsAppalachian News-Express6/15/2022
Storytime at the LibraryThe LaRue County Herald News6/15/2022
Upcoming Evenings Upstairs event highlights history of aviation in PaducahWPSD 6/15/2022
Community CalendarThe News-Enterprise6/14/2022
Events planned for JuneteenthThe Richmond Register6/14/2022
Flatwoods schedules first Arts and Eats festivalThe Daily Independent6/14/2022
Food, music and fun: It's time for the biggest event of the year in Henderson, KentuckyThe Gleaner6/14/2022
Judge in Maryland strikes down library e-book lawThe Associated Press6/14/2022
Library approves budgetThe Casey County News 6/14/2022
LINEUPThe Paducah Sun6/14/2022
Logan Library Summer ProgramNews Democrat & Leader6/14/2022
There Are No Lanes: Rural Libraries Do It ALLLibrary Journal6/14/2022
2022 John Cotton Dana Awards AnnouncedAmerican Library Association6/13/2022
Internet Archive, Publishers to Seek Summary Judgment in Book Scanning LawsuitPublishers Weekly6/13/2022
The Euphorigen Investigation: BackgrounderOCLC’s WebJunction6/13/2022
Who’s Afraid of a Rainbow Flag?: The Censorship of Library Pride DisplaysBook Riot6/13/2022
11 Most Beautiful Libraries in the United StatesFodor’s Travel6/11/2022
Bridging the gap: Middle schoolers learn all about hip-hop at weeklong campSpectrum News 16/11/2022
Library provides summer fun for all agesThe Advocate-Messenger6/11/2022
Beyond the BooksFranklin Favorite6/10/2022
Celebrate Juneteenth in Downtown MaysvilleThe Ledger Independent6/10/2022
History of historic Black churches told at libraryMessenger-Inquirer6/10/2022
Hocus Pocus magic show held at HCCPL Friday afternoonKentucky New Era6/10/2022
Juneteenth Jubilee brings history into focus June 18The Commonwealth Journal6/10/2022
New director of Oldham library is familiar face who’s ready for more community engagementThe Oldham Era6/10/2022
Paul Sawyier Public Library News — June 13-17The State Journal6/10/2022
Western Kentucky libraries continuing summer reading programs this yearWKMS 91.36/10/2022
‘Oceans of Possibilities’ Library kicks off annual summer reading programThe Berea Citizen6/9/2022
African American Historic Context Public Presentation set for June 16 at PSPLThe State Journal6/9/2022
Ammerman named new librarian for children’s programs at public libraryThe Cynthiana Democrat6/9/2022
Franklin County Farmers Market Kids Day SaturdayThe State Journal6/9/2022
George Coon Library – Treasure IslandWPKY6/9/2022
Is Hybrid a Good Fit? When to Consider a Hybrid FormatProgramming Librarian6/9/2022
Library cuts the ribbon on new playgroundThe Trimble Banner6/9/2022
Library resuming Friday walks on rail-trailWHOP 12306/9/2022
Louisville Free Public Library book bike will be at Touch a Truck event SaturdayWLKY 6/9/2022
Metro Council OKs $79M ‘healthy neighborhoods’ COVID-19 spending planWFPL 89.36/9/2022
Misdirection, Fake News and Lies: The Best Books to Read on DisinformationThe New York Times6/9/2022
Tell Us about Your Programs and PartnershipsProgramming Librarian6/9/2022
The 20 best things to do in and around Lexington this weekendLexington Herald-Leader6/9/2022
Warren County Public Library hosts summer reading kickoffNews 406/9/2022
Apply Now: The Yiddish Book Center’s "Stories of Exile" Reading Groups for Public LibrariesProgramming Librarian6/8/2022
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