“People have been asking, when is this going to happen, when is this going to open, you know, a lot of people think you can just put up shelves,” said founder, Kim Wargo.
The town’s first public library is a project nearly five years in the making.
For years, people living in the town had to at least 20 miles just to check out a book, which inspired Kim Wargo to make a change.
It’s bringing the town of just over 1,000 people even closer together.
“Kids can come up here and read, and parents, you know, computers, some people don’t have computers at their house,” Wargo said.
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