The Owsley County Public Library moved into its own building in 2010 after spending eight years moving from one empty building to another in Booneville.  The library, in one of the poorest counties  in the nation, is also one of the best funded and used.
The Owsley County Public Library moved into its own building in 2010 after spending eight years moving from one empty building to another in Booneville. The library, in one of the poorest counties in the nation, is also one of the best funded and used. The Herald-Leader
The Owsley County Public Library moved into its own building in 2010 after spending eight years moving from one empty building to another in Booneville. The library, in one of the poorest counties in the nation, is also one of the best funded and used. The Herald-Leader

Owsley County's public library thrives despite widespread poverty

December 27, 2014 08:20 PM

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