The Lincoln County Public Libraries have been working to empower and enrich the lives of the citizens of Lincoln County for almost 100 years. What began as a small private library operated by the Libby Woman’s Club became the official county library on July 9, 1920 when the County Commissioners established the library for the benefit of all Lincoln County residents.
Shortly after the Libby library opened, branch libraries were opened in Troy (1922) and Eureka (1923). From their beginnings, the libraries have been popular with the residents of Lincoln County. With today’s population of approximately 19,052 people, 9,260 are library card holders.
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County Library Website
Lincoln County Public Libraries offers a website with resources where you can:
- Search and Reserve Books
- Learn About Library Events
- Borrow Audio Books
- Find Links to Online Reference Material
- Learn About Children's Reading Programs
- And So Much More!