Senior Citizens

Montrose Tidings, 1919-1943

Following the 1918 fire that destroyed the offices of the Montrose Recorder, members of the Montrose Commercial Club approached James Bush, publisher and editor of the Calhoun Clarion, about starting a new paper in Montrose. Publisher James R. Bush and his son, Adolphus S. Bush, relocated to Montrose and established the Montrose Tidings. In 1923 the paper was sold to husband and wife publishing team Thomas and Lois E. Daniel until 1925, when they sold the Tidings to Woodville Stout. The paper changed hands once again in 1929, after being purchased by Gail Donley and L.E. Shields.

Calhoun Clarion, 1902-1918

The Calhoun Clarion was founded in 1902 by editor and publisher James R. Bush, replacing the Calhoun Free Press as the town’s primary paper. Nonpartisan in nature, the Clarion proclaimed in its March 15, 1902 edition “that its clear and shrill notes shall be for the advancement of our town, county, state and nation.” Published weekly, the paper covered a variety of local, national, and foreign news. In 1911, Bush retired due to his failing health, and the paper was promptly purchased by Calhoun local Philip L. DeHardt.

Windsor Review Digitized Newspapers 1876-1966

This link provides access to word searchable digitized copies of the Windsor Review from the years 1876-1966. "This project done in partnership with the State Hisortical Society of Missouri, is supported by the Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act as administered by the Missouri State Library, a division of the Office of the Secretary of State”.

Clinton Eye Digitized Newspapers 1885-1945

This link provides access to word searchable digitized copies of the Clinton Eye from the years 1885-1945. "This project done in partnership with the State Hisortical Society of Missouri, is supported by the Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act as administered by the Missouri State Library, a division of the Office of the Secretary of State”.

Clinton Advocate Digitized Newspapers

This link provides access to word searchable digitized copies of the Clinton Advocate from the years 1874-75, 1883, 1886-1887, and 1889-1901. "This project done in partnership with the State Historical Society of Missouri, is supported by the Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act as administered by the Missouri State Library, a division of the Office of the Secretary of State”.

Wifi Hotspots

The Henry County Library has wifi hotspots available for check out. These devices will allow patrons to connect up to 15 internet enabled devices at a time in their household. They come with unlimited data and 4G LTE speeds. The hotspots are easy to use and just require an electrical outlet to plug into. Hotspots can be checked out for one week at a time. Overdue fines are $1.00 per day overdue. Hotspots cannot be renewed but patrons can put them on hold.The Henry County Library hopes that this service will help provide home internet access to members of the community.

Consumer Health Complete

A comprehensive resource for consumer-oriented health content. It is designed to support the information needs of patients, and to foster an overall understanding of health-related topics. CHC provides content covering all areas of health and wellness from mainstream medicine to the many perspectives of complementary, holistic and integrated medicine.

Adult Computer Classes

The Henry County Library offers classes on the use of the computers. Classes will be held at the Main Branch in Clinton on Tuesdays @ 2 p.m. and at the Lenora Blackmore Branch in Windsor on Thursday @ 2 p.m.

Classes will be about 1 hour long. Pre-registration is requested, and class size is limited.

Classes are offered for Basic Computers, Beginning Internet, Beginning Email, Genealogy on the Internet and Learning Microsoft Office. Other topics may be scheduled if there is sufficient interest.

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