Browse from HCLS ELibrary’s collection of popular titles with no holds, no checkout periods, and no limit to the number of magazines you can download.
HCLS ELibrary’s collection with RBDigital has a wide range of downloadable material for our patron’s use, from eAudio and eBooks with the bestselling and popular content for desktops and mobile devices.
Comics Plus: Library Edition allows you to read thousands of digital graphic novels and comic books from the HCLS ELibrary collection on you computer, tablet, smartphone, gaming system or any internet connected device.
Mango is an online language learning system teaching practical conversation skills for a wide variety of popular languages. With everyday dialog from native speakers, engaging interactive lessons, and a unique intuitive teaching style. Mango increases your ability to use, adapt and build on what you learn. In no time at all, you’ll be able to navigate all sorts of everyday situations—get direction, order a meal, make new friends—the possibilities are endless! Just click on the image above to get started on your new language!
Brought to you by the University of Texas Libraries the Portal is a gateway to Texas history materials. You may discover anything from an ancestor’s picture in a college yearbook to a rare historical map. On September 1st 2014, the library was awarded $40,000 by the Ladd and Katherine Hancher Library Foundation. The $40,000 was solely provided to digitize the collection of Mercedes newspapers the library, had dating from 1914 to 2009. On October 17th, the large and fragile collection was hand delivered to the University of North Texas so the 38,690 pages could be digitized. The digitization is slated for completion on November 1st, 2015. Without the Hancher Library Foundation this project would not have taken place and local Mercedes newspapers would have continued to deteriorate and remained unavailable to the public due to their fragile condition. Thankfully, the entire collection will be available through the Portal to Texas History that the University of North Texas maintains. The Portal to Texas History is a free resource open to anyone in the world to explore. It currently boasts 611,974 unique items from all over Texas. A link to the Portal to Texas History is available on our site under Electronic Resources as well as by selecting the images above. We encourage everyone to explore the site and learn more about this great state and its history.
- Queen City Cafe
- Notices and Announcements
- City Manager
- City Secretary / Human Resources
- Municipal Court
- Fire Department
- Planning Department
- Keep Mercedes Beautiful Committee
- Building and Inspectors Division
- Health Inspections
- Code Enforcement
- Water / Waste Water Division (OMI)
- Police Department
- Public Works
- Recreation Centers