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Ironwood library moves to curbside service

 

October 30, 2020

Charity Smith/Daily Globe

The Ironwood Library entrance off of Norfolk Street, seen here on Thursday afternoon, will be used for curbside pick up service. The book drop at the top of the ramp will be used to return books when curbside service is not available.

By CHARITY SMITH

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IRONWOOD – The Ironwood Carnegie Library reverted back to curbside only services this week as a result of the recent spike in COVID-19 cases in Gogebic County. Library officials hope to resume in-person services again on Nov. 9.

"Following the decision when the (local schools) and the college decided to close, we decided that we would also close down for two weeks," said Lynne Wiercinski, director of the Ironwood Library.

She said she consults with the health department regularly, and they said it was up to her, but they have seen some decline in cases...



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