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Job hunters in Barbour County now have more help in getting their name out there.

The Philippi Public Library has received three new computers from Workforce West Virginia.

The computers include programs designed to help patrons design a resume and find employment.

Director Judy Buckner Larry said they want to be sure to get help to those most in need.

"These are available for people who really need them to search for jobs, who really need them to prepare a resume. Anybody can come in and use them, but we want to make sure they get into the hands of the right people," Larry said.

Contact the library for more information on those services and more at 340-457-3495.