Library News

The library will close at 3 p.m. on December 15 and be closed through December 25 for new shelving installation and Christmas. Regular hours resume on Tuesday, December 26 at 10 a.m. Happy holidays!

Thank you to everyone who supported the Friends of the Library’s Annual Homemade Cookies, Candy, Soup & Bread Sale! Proceeds will provide library programming and more throughout the year!

The digital libraries, Libby and Hoopla, are available 24/7! You can use these through the app or your computer. Visit or get the app from your app store and use your library card and PIN for access! In Libby, ebooks, digital audio and over 3000 magazines (plus back issues) are available. In Hoopla, ebooks, digital audio and music, streaming movies and television as well as comics are available. You also have access to BingePasses, which lets you, well, binge! Entire collections of streaming content are at your fingertips with just one borrow. Everything from Puzzles to Hallmark’s Movies Now, documentaries through Curiosity Stream, the Great Courses and so much more! Check it out today, and call the library at 307-334-3490 for more information!

“The Girl in the Vault” is Michael Ledwidge’s latest novel. With her natural-born gift for numbers and a work ethic that knows no bounds, Faye Walker is a shoo-in for a full-time position at an illustrious merchant bank in New York. Then a treacherous betrayal shatters her plans and her young life; she has made her way from small-town beginnings and going back is not an option. She now has a new plan – one that involves Swiss watch timing, nerves of steel and ten million dollars in cold hard Wall Street cash. “The Girl in the Vault” is also available in Hoopla.

Other new books are “Testament” by Wilbur Smith, “Second Act” by Danielle Steel, “Trail of the Bear” by D. B. Newton, “The Spy Coast” by Tess Gerritsen, “The Night House” by Jo Nesbo, “Wyoming Proud” by Diana Palmer, “Uhtred’s Feast” by Bernard Cornwell and “The Graham Effect” by Elle Kennedy.

New non-fiction books are “The Black Angels: the Untold Story of the Nurses Who Helped Cure Tuberculosis” by Maria Smilios, “Dark Future: Uncovering the Great Resets’ Terrifying New Phase” by Glenn Beck and “All Star Quilts of Valor: 25 Patriotic Patterns From Star Designs” edited by Ann Parsons Holte. Christopher Paolini’s newest installment in the “Eragon series,” “Murtagh” is now available in the young adult section.

The Lenna Lewis Slagle Children’s Library has these new chapter books “Juniper’s Christmas” by Eoin Colfer, “Tales From a Not-So-Posh Paris Adventure” by Rachel Renee Russell, “Mr. Whiskers and the Shenanigan Sisters” by Wendelin Van Draanen and “Nothing Else But Miracles” by Kate Albus. Newer picture books include “Jingle Bell Joy” by Rose Rossner, “Tacos” by Frank Asch, “Grace and the Christmas Angel” by Lucinda Riley, “When Rabbit Was a Lion” by Eugenie Fernandes, “Oliver’s Great Big Universe” by Jorge Cham and “So Happy to Know You” by Annie F. Downs.

There will be no Storyhour on December 19, 2023 as the library will be closed for the installation of new shelving. Storyhour resumes on Tuesday, December 26 and is held from 10 to 11 a.m. Be sure to call Dial-A-Story! Call, 307-334-3274 anytime to hear a recorded story. Dial-A-Story is sponsored by the Friends of the Library.

Library hours are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Wednesday 12 p.m. to 7 p.m.