The Iola Public Library has closed its doors until further notice because of the growing COVID-19 pandemic.
Materials may continue to be returned to the book drop in the alley north of the library. Staff will work limited hours and will continue to empty the book drop, check books in, and respond to emails.
The library’s wi-fi remains on, and some level of other service may also be offered. Other details will be provided in the coming days, Executive Director Roger Carswell said in a press release.
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