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Library Card

Library Card

If you are in need of a library card, our Check Out Desk staff is ready to assist. Please feel free to call us at
(318) 513-5501, or email us if you have any questions.
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Account Services

Account Services

Our Account Services staff can help you renew your card, replace your missing card (fees apply), update your account information and provide help with Trailblazer and Green Gold cards. Contact us today.
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Circulation

Circulation

Circulation handles checking out items for use with a valid library card, item renewals and returns, item reservations, and processes fines for overdue, lost, or damaged items. Feel free to contact us if you would like to renew or reserve an item.
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Customer Service

Customer Service

We're always glad to answer general information about the Library and the wide array of services available, including assisting patrons with faxing documents. If you're interested in donating to the library, please speak to one of our customer service reps.
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"It's always brings me joy to issue someone's first library card, knowing the discoveries and opportunities of learning and enjoyment that await him/her here."

Robin Hawkins - Head of Circulation

A Reconstruction Era Parish is Established

Lincoln Parish was established in 1873 as part of the reconstruction period after the American Civil War. The parish was named after President Abraham Lincoln and was created from pieces of Bienville, Claiborne, Union, and Jackson parishes.

Clues from the Past

Throughout northern Louisiana, several indigenous sites have been located and dated from about 3300–2600 BCE. Hedgepeth Site is located in Lincoln Parish and dates to the more recent part of this period.

Educating for the future

Lincoln Parish is home to Louisiana Tech University located in Ruston and Grambling State University in Grambling. Our two universities provide top-notch education opportunities for a wide range of careers.

Lincoln Parish School Board serves all public K-12 schools.

Economic structure

Lincoln Parish is largely supported by the forestry industry and was once considered the Peach Capitol, but peach farming has dwindled over the past 30 years.  

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