The Cleburne County Library is a public library system serving Cleburne County, Arkansas, and neighboring communities. The Mary I. Wold Cleburne County Library, located at 1009 West Main Street in Heber Springs, is the largest library facility in the county and serves as headquarters. The current facility was completed in May 2014, and was built using funds from individual donors, corporate donations, charitable grants, and support from both state and local government. The facility is named in memory of long-time Library Board member and library supporter Mary I. Wold. In addition to the main library, we also have branches located in Greers Ferry and Quitman. The library is funded through a property tax millage and governed by a five member library board appointed by the Cleburne County Judge. Cleburne County is one of five counties in the White River Regional Library System.