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NEW! Enjoy Hoopla today!

Did you know you can download ebooks & audio books for free from the library on your phone or tablet? Go to Hoopladigital.com and sign in.

America's News Service
Search news articles across the country with America's News: Access Local and National Newspapers on-line!

America's News: Explore local history with our new full-color digital archive of MS Press (2006-present), Sun Herald (1992-present), and The Mobile Press-Register (1992-present)! You can search this archive in the library or remotely using your Library Card. MS Press issues prior to 2006 are available on microfilm in the Singing River Genealogy-Local History Library. Go to the America’s News site here.

NOTICE for Universal Class users:

Patrons using Universal Class through the RBdigital app will need to use the OverDrive platform to continue to use this free service. Look for a new Extras section on your library’s home screen in Libby starting May 20, 2021. These services will end on RBdigital platformon May 20, 2021.

Announcing Overdrive! Use Libby for ebooks and audiobooks

Did you know you can download ebooks & audio books for free from the library on your browser, phone or tablet? Read more about it here and find out more!

NEW! Transparent Language Learning service!

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The service requires a valid JGRLS library card and RB Digital account to browse the the classes on your computer or mobile device.

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MAGNOLIA is a statewide consortium funded by the Mississippi Legislature which provides online research databases for publicly funded K-12 schools, public libraries, community college libraries, and university libraries in Mississippi. Jackson-George Regional Library (magn1114) Click here.