Antlers Library Recent Additions
We have several public computers available for library patrons and visitors.
Wireless access to high-speed Internet is available inside and on surrounding grounds from 5 am until midnight with no password required.
Multiple printers are available from our public computers. We also have a scanner, coin-operated copier, and fax machine. Some fees may apply.
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APL through Project Brave now has access to Teen Health & Wellness – the award-winning resource that provides teens up to date, nonjudgmental, curricular, and self-help support. Fully updated, this essential resource features expanded content to reflect today’s most urgent social issues.More Relevant Than Ever: New content on racism, COVID-19,…
Emergency Broadband Benefit is Helping Households Connect During the Pandemic We’re spreading the word about FCC’s Emergency Broadband Benefit. Having a broadband connection is essential for households gain access to jobs, healthcare services, virtual classrooms, and so much more. Enrollment started May 12. What is the Emergency Broadband Benefit? The…
The bust in the lobby of the Antlers Library is a cast bronze image of Chief Pushmataha, after whom our county is named. The bust was created in clay by Willard Stone and sent to the Roman Bronze Works in New York for casting. After casting just 16 busts, the…
Pushmataha served as Chief of the Okla Hannali, or “Six Towns”, the Southern District of the Choctaw Nation in Mississippi. Little is known of his ancestry or early youth. In fact, Pushmataha‘s name, comes from the Choctaw phrase “Apushi Immvt Taha”, meaning “Childhood is Finished to Him.” He is quoted…