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Does the library have wireless internet access?

WiFi Zone LogoThe hometown libraries of the Pioneer Library System are all free wireless internet hotspots. Just turn on your wireless device, connect to the network labeled library and start your Internet browser. If you are connected your homepage will appear and you may start using the web!


  • Hardware
    • WiFi-compliant 802.11b or 802.11g wireless Ethernet device
  • Software
  • Internet browser (e.g. IE, Firefox, Safari, Opera, etc)
  • Set your TCP client software to automatically obtain addresses

Quick Tips for Windows® Users

  • Click on the wireless network connection icon on your taskbar
    • Select the option of View Available Wireless Networks
  • Select the network labeled library
    • Once library is selected click Connect
  • Your computer will now acquire a network address and then connect
  • Once connected open your internet browser

Disclaimer: The library network is not secure. Any information you send to or from your wireless device could be captured by anyone else with a wireless device and the appropriate software. Staff of the hometown libraries are not able to provide technical assistance and there is no guarantee you will be able to connect via your wireless device. Lastly, the library assumes no responsibility for security of, changes to or damages to laptop configuration, security or data files resulting in use of the unsecured network.

Where are you located?

Small map of service area

The Pioneer Library System hometown libraries are located in Cleveland, McClain, and Pottawatomie counties in central Oklahoma.

We have libraries in 10 hometowns and Information Stations services in additional communities.  To find out if you are eligible to use our services visit our Policies.

You can get driving directions by visiting Google Maps.


What are the Information Stations?

As part of our mission to connect Cleveland, McClain and Pottawatomie counties with the joy of reading and information for lifelong learning, Pioneer Library System has established Information Stations in several communities in our service area.

At an Information Station in Asher, Byars, Dibble, Lexington, Little Axe, Macomb, or Wanette, you can:

  • Search the online library catalog
  • Order books and materials online to be delivered to your choice of 20 pick up locations
  • Pick up requested materials
  • Return checked out materials
  • Access more than 50 databases and online resources including Brainfuse and Learning Express homework assistance

In addition to everything above, with your Internet-enabled computer or device, you can:

  • Download ebooks, audio books, movies, and music
  • View library photos and publications
  • Manage your library account

Click here to view the PLS hometown libraries and information stations on a map

PLS Information Stations

  • Asher
    Asher Public Schools
    201 S. Division
    Asher, OK 74826
    Phone: 405-784-2331
    Hours: Monday - Friday 1:30pm - 6:00pm
    Check in at the office
  • Byars
    Byars School
    45218 110th St.
    Byars, OK 74831
    Phone: 405-783-4366
    Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00am - 3:00pm
    Check in at the office
  • Dibble
    Dibble Public Schools Library and Media Center
    100 Main St.
    Dibble, Ok 73031
    Phone: 405-344-6380
    Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00am - 3:30pm
    Check in at the High School office
  • Lexington
    Lexington High School
    801 E Broadway
    Lexington, OK  73051
    Phone: 405-527-3810 ext. 110
    Hours: Monday - Friday 9:00am - 3:00pm
    Check in at the office
  • Little Axe
    Little Axe Community Center
    1000 168th Avenue NE
    Norman, OK 73026
    Phone: 405-292-9770
    Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm
  • Macomb
    Macomb Public Schools
    36591 State Highway 59-B and Main
    Macomb, OK 74852
    Phone: 405-598-3892
    Hours: Monday - Thursday 9:30am - 11:30am
    Check in at the office
  • Wanette
    Wanette High School
    505 N. Martin St.
    Wanette, OK 74878
    Phone: 405-383-7100
    Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00am - 9:10am; 1:30pm - 2:30pm
    Check in at the office

The policies regarding Information Stations can be viewed by clicking here. For any additional information, please contact Steven Streetman, Outreach Coordinator, at 801-4573 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Who can participate in Board Meetings?

Public Participation Policy

The Pioneer Library System Board, in its effort to promote public understanding and support for the library system, encourages citizens of the library system to attend its meetings so that they may become better acquainted with the operation and programs of the library system,and so that the Board may be better informed on the ideas, concerns, and suggestions of citizens. While it is the desire of the Board that there be this positive interchange, such an activity must not interfere with the Board's responsibility to conduct its meetings in a proper and efficient manner. The Public Participation Policy of the Pioneer Library System is intended to accomplish these objectives.

1. Any individual or group wishing to speak at a regular meeting of the Board must submit a "Request to be Placed on Agenda" with supporting materials to the Director at least ten (10) days prior to the scheduled Board meeting.

2. On agenda items initiated by a citizen, comments by the speaker(s) may not exceed fifteen (15) minutes (total) except by action of the Board. It will be the Chair's responsibility to confine discussion to the topic for which the individual/group requested to be heard.

3. Any requests by the speaker for information will, when possible, be given an immediate response by the Board President or referred to a staff member for response. When information is not immediately available, it will be supplied at the earliest possible date subsequent to the meeting. Any requests requiring Board action will be deferred until a later meeting so that the Board will have the time and opportunity to examine various viewpoints relative to the issue and so that the item can be properly listed on the meeting agenda.

4. "Special" and "Emergency" meetings of the Board will not include agenda items initiated by citizens unless the meeting was called for the express purpose of responding to a citizen request.

What do you consider "popular" books and authors?

The following authors and series are considered "popular" by the Pioneer Library System. Because they are popular they will automatically be purchased by the library system. All authors listed will be purchased in both large and regular print.

If you would like to place a hold request on the newest title by the author or in the series please use the library catalog or call your home town library to do so.

Read more: What do you consider "popular" books and authors?

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