LIVINGSTON, Ky. (AP) - It's been almost a year since a western Kentucky county got its first public library, and now the collection of materials available to the public is growing.
The Livingston County Public Library opened in March 2012 with about 7,000 selections for reading. The Paducah Sun reports it expanded that selection this month to 11,000 books, DVDs, periodicals and other materials.
Library staff member Crista Maddux says the facility has tried to include offerings that appeal to a wide variety of interests.
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