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Kenton Library Among the Nation’s Stars

Kenton County is now a star, according to Library Journal. The Kenton County Public Library received four of five stars in the 2013 ranking of more than 9,300 libraries nationwide, and is the first and only Kentucky library to make the list established by Library Journal, a professional library publication founded in 1876 by Melvin Dewey, creator of the Dewey decimal system. Written by Amy Scalf Read the rest of the article:      

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Library in the News

Letters from Santa become treasured keepsakes Lucy Kleman loves to read her letters from Santa over and over again. Lucy, 6, of Lakeside Park, and her sisters have saved their letters from several years of participating in the Letters to Santa, Letters from Santa program, sponsored by the Kenton County Public Library, Kenton County Parks and Recreation Department, and Jude’s Custom Exhaust, Auto Repair and Towing. Read More: Cincinnati Enquirer Nov. 11, 2013 Amy Scalf

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