February 1, 2022

What To Read: Black History Month

Established by Harvard-trained historian, Carter G. Woodson, and the organization he founded, Association for the Study of Negro Life and History (ASNLH) in 1925, Black History […]

January 11, 2022

OverDrive app discontinues Feb. 23, 2022

The OverDrive website states “…we will remove the OverDrive app from the Apple App Store, Google Play, and Microsoft Store in February 2022. How this […]

December 30, 2021


It’s cold and rainy, and all you want to do is watch a movie. But, oh no…the library is closed for New Years and you forgot to pick up some movies! Never fear. […]

December 22, 2021

Staff Picks: Best of 2021

As Library workers, books, movies and music are kind of our thing. At the end of each year, we compile all of our favorites from […]

December 13, 2021

Western Kentucky Tornado Relief Resources

Here at McCracken County Public Library, we’re looking for resources to get the word out on how we can help our neighbors affected by the […]

Happy Holidays

December 1, 2021

Beach Reads for the Winter Blues

Got the Winter Blues? The days are shorter, the temperatures are lower, and we’re dreaming of elsewhere. Escape the dreary winter weather by transporting yourself […]

November 9, 2021

McLib Movie Club: November Picks

Film Club: November Picks  Cover photo: Grant Bulltail and Preston Randolph in Return to Foretop’s Father (2019), included in To Us the Ashes (2021)  Here are some picks from […]

Native American Heritage Month

November 1, 2021

It’s Native American Heritage Month!

Commonly referred to as Native American Heritage Month, November is American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month! First introduced as a congressional resolution in 1990, […]

October 22, 2021

What To Read: Fall Book Reviews

Teen Library volunteer Caroline recommends some mystery, some romance, and some thrills for your fall reads. Book Reviews: And Then There Were None by Agatha […]

September 30, 2021

Introduction to Family Tree Building – United States Federal Population Census

The United States Federal Census has been taken every 10 years since 1790 and is a highly used source for genealogical and historical researchers. These […]