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Library’s services benefit everyone

November 2, 2012
Parkersburg News and Sentinel

When Parkersburg South High School opened its doors in August 1967, our students and indeed the citizens from southern Wood County, had to drive to north Parkersburg to have access to a public library. You can imagine, then, how nice it was to have even the very small satellite library which opened in the early 1970s. Our students could stop at the library after school to get, or request, materials which were not available in the school library. However, the "branch library," as it was referred to, was never intended to be a lasting solution to the lack of library services in the area south of the Little Kanawha River.

 
 

 

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