The Mexico-Audrain County Library District is in the midst of upgrading and updating both their servers and their circulation system software.
The process began Saturday afternoon and has run into a few glitches.
The District hopes to have everything back online for remote access by late today (Monday) or tomorrow (Tuesday) at the latest.
Director Christal Bruner apologizes for the inconvenience, but this is the first upgrade and update to the circulation system software in over ten years.
Servers within the district are replaced every three to five years and coincided with the software upgrade this cycle.