from the HOCO Bookworm
Ron Anderson was appointed by the
Howard County Commissioners to fill the vacancy on the Howard County
Library Board following the death of long-time board member Bill Holman.
Anderson attended his first meeting as a board member on Feb. 13.
Other board members are President Sue Lake, Vice-President Peggy Guest
and Treasurer Joe Geist and Secreetary Linda Lembke. If you have
comments or questions regarding the library you may contact any of the
Come read our periodicals, newspapers.
The Howard County Public Library presently
subscribes to the following periodicals and newspapers:
Consumers Reports with Buying Guide, Ebony, Entertainment Weekly,
Missouri Life, National Geographic, Newsweek, Sports Illustrated, Taste
of Home, Time Magazine, The Fayette Advertiser and the Fayette
Democrat Leader, the Columbia Tribune and The Glasgow
Missourian. In addition, the library has other periodicals
which have been donated by some of our patrons.
New Books - Click here to see the most recent
Thank you to those
who donated books recently: Click
here to see a list of
E-books, Audio Books, Videos Now Available to HOCO Library
and audio books are now available to patrons of the Howard County Public
Library. Beginning on Sept. 1
patrons with a valid Howard County Library card may go to the Howard County
to download electronic material to a computer and a variety of other
The Howard County Public Library has joined the
Missouri Libraries 2 Go Consortium which uses OverDrive, a global
distributor of electronic materials, to offer electronic material to its
members. Howard County
library card holders may access e-books, audio books, music and videos
from the consortium’s collection by clicking on the Missouri Library 2
Go link on the library’s website.
Each of the member libraries will be expected to purchase
material for the consortium’s collection.
Library card holders may browse and search the consortium’s website,
check out titles and download them to a PC or Mac®.
All titles can be transferred to portable devices – including
iPod®, Sony®ReaderTM, NookTM,
KindleTM, and more.
Most of the audio books can be burned to a CD.
2nd & 4th Wednesdays
3:30 - 6:30 p.m.
9 - Noon Saturdays
11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Franklin City Hall
1st & 3rd Wednesdays
3:30 - 6:30 p.m.