LIBRARY CLOSED

Update 26 March: In accordance with Weber County order 2020-03 we will be closed through 26 April 2020.

The Webster County Library will close beginning at 5pm Tuesday, March 17th, and remain closed through at least April 5th. This has been a difficult decision for the Library. We know that libraries are vital hubs in our communities, especially in difficult times. However, we also value the health and safety of our customers and staff above all else. The information we have received from the public health community suggests that the well-being of our customers and staff is best served by closing our facilities. This is the one situation where we best serve our community by being closed, so we don’t inadvertently spread disease.

Our book drops will also be closed, so please keep your materials at home until the Library reopens. All due dates have been extended through April 6th and no fines will be charged during this time.

We encourage you to go to our website at webstercounty.lib.mo.us to explore our online resources including Tumblebooks for kids, Missouri Libraries to Go for free eBooks and eAudiobooks.

We are committed to reopening as soon as it is safe to do so. Stay well!

It’s Tax Time Again

Missouri (State) Tax Forms

Online: Missouri Department of Revenue

By Phone / Mail: Call the Missouri DOR’s automated form request line: 1-800-877-6881. They will mail the forms to you.

We can print most forms for you; we do charge .15 cents a page.

We do not keep Missouri tax forms on hand.

Missouri Personal Tax Contact Information

Please visit Missouri’s Personal Tax Contact Information webpage.

IRS (Federal) Tax Forms

Online: www.irs.gov

By Phone / Mail: The IRS’s automated form request line is currently unavailable.

We can print most forms for you; we do charge .15 cents a page.

We do not keep IRS tax forms on hand.

IRS Contact Phone Numbers

Visit the IRS’s Telephone Assistance webpage

Driver Training

 

The Webster County Library has partnered with Driving-Tests.org, a company dedicated to driver safety and education, to offer free Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) practice tests to library patrons, starting on 27 March 2018. The practice tests are based on the state’s actual DMV materials.

The creators of Driving-Tests.org have emphasized availability and accessibility to help new drivers study state manuals and take driving practice tests. Partnership with Driving-Tests.org allows the us to harness the power of Driving-Tests.org’s specialized practice exams to turn new drivers into safer drivers.

To visit our portal to Driving-Tests.org, click here.

Once this post leaves the front page of our site, you can access it using the Online Resources menu above.

TumbleBooks

TumbleBooks are animated, talking picture books with fiction, non-fiction and foreign language titles. For children 0 to 9

You can access TumbleBooks anywhere you have an Internet connection. Click the links on this page and you will be taken directly there. Prefer a mobile version? There is an app for that: go to Apple’s app store or Google Play and search for “Tumblebooks“. If you use the mobile versions have your library card number handy.

Happy Tumbling!