Franklin County Library
Diane K. Krauth, director
Tina L. Stevens, assistant director
Robin Mays, youth services director
Bonnie Rogers, library assistant
Kathleen Cooper, library assistant
Mickie Anne Warren, library assistant
Marjorie Davis, library assistant
Kathy Pack, local history librarian and genealogy Email the History Librarian for genealogy questions
Email the library with your questions
Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes
Learning on the move for youngsters
Thursdays at 10:30a
Can't get your iPad to mind you? Your Nook or Kindle? Gadget and Gizmo Help is available every
Wednesday at 2 p.m.
Computer Tutoring on Mondays at 2 p.m.
Mardi Gras March 4 at 4p Decorate your own mask and King Cake. All ages are welcome.
Please take a moment for this survey that is part of Tennessee State Library and Archives Roadmapping project. Help us plan what the library of the future will look like.
Mission Statement for Franklin County Library
Franklin County Library is a public service agency which provides printed and audio-visual materials to all community residents. The library strives to provide patrons with high demand materials and to serve as an access point to independent learning efforts. Reference work is encouraged through the genealogy and local history department, electronic interlibrary loan, and Internet access computers. The development of life-long reading habits is encouraged through special programs for children.
Regional Ebook & Audiobook Download System (R.E.A.D.S.)
Tennessee Electronic Library
Tennessee State Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped
City of Winchester
Learning Express Library
Homework, budgets, job search, and much more
New York Times Bestseller List
As you know, TEL has a variety of resources for Spanish speakers, from test prep to news articles and language learning. These resources are now listed, in Spanish, on a new page: http://tntel.tnsos.org/espanol.html
Find items by Lexile score here.
We have most tax forms.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) provides online tax products and services for taxpayers with disabilities. Individuals may visit the IRS Accessibility page (www.irs.gov/uac/IRS.gov-Accessibility) to download forms, publications, and other products and to access tax-related videos in English and American Sign Language. The IRS recommends checking the website often as it is continuously adding more products to assist persons with disabilities.
Affordable Care Act
If you have specific questions about the Affordable Care Act, please visit www.healthcare.gov, the official Affordable Care Act website, for more information.
In March 2010, President Obama signed comprehensive health reform, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), into law. The law makes preventive care—including family planning and related services—more accessible and affordable for many Americans. While some provisions of the law have already taken effect, many more provisions will be implemented in the coming years.
ACA Enrollment which Begins October 1, 2013 for coverage
beginning January 1, 2014
* Up-to-date information about enrollment and implementation can be found at http://www.healthcare.gov/
* View video about the new Health Care Marketplaces which will be going live October 1, 2013
* Top ten things to know about the health care law for special populations such as women, clinicians, small businesses, others
Click on the link below for more information.
United States Department of Health and Human Services