Yalobusha County was originally occupied by Indians of the Choctaw and Chickasaw tribes; the word “yalobusha” is an Indian word meaning “tadpole place.”
LIBRARY SERVICES NOW AVAILABLE:
- Buildings are open to the public. No appointments necessary.
- Masks are required in library buildings to protect the vulnerable.
- Use hand sanitizer when entering buildings.
- Material quarantine is no longer necessary!
- Computers available by walk in or appointment.
- Curbside delivery of materials available by request. Please call ahead to request this service.
- FAX , Copy, & Print services available in buildings.
- Free Wi-Fi service is available in library parking lots from 6:00 AM – 10:00 PM daily. Passwords: Coffeeville – coflibwap#1 Oakland – Oakpubwap21
- No in-person meetings or programs will be held until further notice due to social distancing requirements.
- Click on the RESOURCES tab above to find links to more services.
ADMINISTRATIVE BOARD MEETINGS:
The Administrative Board meets five times per year in January, March, May, September, and November. Board meetings are open to the public in accordance with Mississippi law. To maintain social distancing, meetings are available to the public via Zoom. For more information, contact Patty M. Bailey, Director.