PRINEVILLE, Ore. (KTVZ) — Crook County’s unique mix of traditional and modern industries, such as data centers, creates a dynamic economy and culture. However, not everyone has been able to keep up with the fast pace of innovation.

In recognition of this county-wide need, Facebook’s Prineville Data Center said Wednesday it has awarded $100,000 to the Friends of the Crook County Library to enhance technology education throughout the county.

Technology education was the single most requested goal in Crook County Library’s recent strategic planning process.  

“Facebook and Crook County Library are ideally positioned partners to tackle this need, with Facebook’s technological expertise complementing the library’s connection to the community,” according to a news release.

Recent analyses have shown that a significant segment of Crook

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