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The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Now Available

March 21, 2018

Today’s Atlanta Journal Constitution is now available in a full image edition, just like print!  The new image edition is available through NewsBank.  View the full image edition or search articles for the AJC through NewsBank.


Library Closed April 1st

March 18, 2018

The Columbus Public Library will be closed on Sunday, April 1st for Easter. Our extensive collection of electronic materials remains available on our website. Regular library hours will resume on Monday, April, 2nd.


Joseph L. Galloway Returns To Columbus

March 12, 2018

Joseph L. Galloway, the legendary war correspondent and co-author (with the late Lt. General Hal Moore) of We Were Soldiers Once… And Young and it’s sequel We Are Soldiers Still: A Journey Back to the Battlefields of Vietnam will be returning to Columbus in April. Mr. Galloway, the only civilian to receive the U.S. Army Bronze Star with […]


Libraries Rock! The 2018 Summer Reading Challenge is Coming!

March 2, 2018

GEORGIA’S most exciting Summer Reading Challenge is coming soon! Come to the Library or join us here online to find out why… IT’S EASY TO PARTICIPATE! The Rules are simple… just read! Every time you read ten titles (for kids up to age 11) or read for 5 hours (for teens and adults) you earn a […]


YAM – The Young Adult Art And Literature Magazine

February 26, 2018

YAM is the place where teen authors and artists publish their creative works! Check out our latest issue! Want to submit to the 2018 issue? Click here to download an application.


Need Help with Taxes?

December 4, 2017

The AARP Foundation returns to the Chattahoochee Valley Libraries this tax season to offer free tax preparation and filing services. Learn More 


Live Online Career Assistance with JobNow

September 18, 2017

Get expert job advice with JobNow! JobNow provides FREE career assistance to help you land the job of your dreams!


Park & museum passes are available for checkout!

May 10, 2017

Looking for a new family adventure?  All you need is a library card to check out passes for free or reduced admission to great destinations in Georgia. Visit Zoo Atlanta, the Center for Puppetry Arts or any of Georgia's  63 state parks and historic sites. Start planning today!


Chattahoochee Valley Libraries

March 10, 2017

The Chattahoochee Valley Libraries serve more than 250,000 people in four counties! The Library system is the most widely used institution in the region, and more than 120,000 people hold library cards! The Chattahoochee Valley Libraries are owned and operated by the Muscogee County School System. Libraries play an essential role in the community! We […]


Online Library: Things You Should Know

February 27, 2017

There’s just something about the atmosphere of the library that is some people just love. Seeing all the books on the shelves, the smell, the ambiance… however, this is not for everyone, and the use of a physical library is not nearly as popular as it once was. These days, technology is booming more than […]

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