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Kenton County Public Library receives five-star ranking from trade publication Library Journal

The Kenton County Public Library has been given a five-star ranking by leading trade publication Library Journal. The Kenton County Public Library has been consistently highly ranked.

KCPL offers innovative programming to provide hands-on learning opportunities. (Photo from KCPL)

Annually Library Journal ranks libraries across the country based on library visits, circulation, e-book circulation, program attendance and public Internet computer use. The LJ Index gives an overall indication of how libraries stack up to their peers nationally.

Library Journal ranks libraries on a three, four or five-star rating. Kenton County received a five-star rating and was ranked 9th in its category based on libraries across the nation. Additionally, Kenton County was one of only 17 libraries in the southeastern United States ranked of the possible thousands.

“We are honored again this year to be a five-star library and ranked in the top 10 libraries in our category across the country. A big thank you to our Board of Trustees, staff and especially the residents of Kenton County who support the library. The Kenton County Public Library has been ranked by Library Journal for more than a decade. This is a testament to the value residents of our county place on library services.”

To read about the rankings visit, https://www.libraryjournal.com/story/starlibraries/Americas-Star-Libraries-The-LJ-Index-of-Public-Library-Service-2021.

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  1. Ruth Bamberger says:

    Well deserved. Congratulations, David Schroder and staff!

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