The Stewartville Public Library has either reopened to walk-in traffic or will do so very soon. Nate Deprey, library director, said last week that the library will open to the general public either on Monday, June 1 or on Monday, June 8. In a recent report to the Stewartville City Council, Deprey listed the steps he's taking to reopen the library. "There are a lot of steps," he said. "We're kind of changing our service model on the fly." Concerned about the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), library staff will allow a patron to use the library's computers only once before replacing and cleaning each computer keyboard, Deprey said. In recent weeks, residents have been able to stop by the library to pick up books from an outdoor table... For more on this story pick up your copy of the June 2 Stewartville STAR.