Author: Mason Warren

The Shelby County Public Library is bringing Story Times to your home while we are closed! Although the story times will be virtual and recorded, each will follow the same format as our regular story time. Families can join Ms. Megan, the Youth Services Librarian,...

Friday, March 13, 2020, 8:20 PM: The Shelby County Public Library will be closed, beginning Monday, March 16, 2020. This decision was made tonight by the Board of Trustees after a recommendation from the Kentucky Department of Libraries and Archives. We will be closed until further...

Introduction The Shelby County Public Library (SCPL) is nearing its one-hundred-and-twentieth year of continued operation. SCPL opened in 1903 and has served the residents of Shelby County ever since. The original library in Shelby County opened in 1899 above the firehouse at Fountain Square on 5th and...

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What is the Census? Article One, Section Two of the United States Constitution mandates that the federal government count all people living in the country. The census is used for a variety of reasons, including determining congressional representation and determine federal funding for states and communities....

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