Seriously, just ask Google to "locate the nearest public library".
If your library is really small, check for the largest public library in your state (usually in the main city).
Check their policy about obtaining a library card. In many states, you can get a library card in any library if you are a resident of the state.
With your library card, you can now access all the library electronic resources without leaving your home. Just go to the library web site to see what is available:
On the web you only find resources that are freely available. Everything else will be available through your library, which pays for books, magazine subscriptions and databases and make them available to you. Here's a summary of the resources and services you can find in your library.
Did you know that many University Libraries are actually open to the public? Check out the ones near you. They have fantastic collections and you can usually use the materials in-house, even though you might not be able to check it out.
Google can bring you back 100,000 answers. A librarian can bring you back the right one.