PRINEVILLE, OR -- The Crook County Library in Prineville will have a limited reopening this morning. Library Director Buzzy Nielsen says they’ll have a limit of 16 people including staff. He says being in a rural area, many library visitors use it for more than just checking out books. Nielsen says many people rely on the library for internet, printing and Wi-Fi. He says even though most stacks are closed, they’ll accommodate people who want to check out books. Nielsen says just go to the desk and you’ll be helped. He says visitors are asked to social distance and wear a mask.