Each week more new books are being placed on the shelf for your reading pleasure. Among them are A Clearing in the Wild, a novel by Jane Kirkpatrick. Based on a true story, Emma Wagner finds new opportunities to pursue her dreams of independence when she leaves a life of simplicity and generosity and the people of Bethel, Missouri in the 1850's and travels west where she finds new opportunities.
Another read is by Anne Perry, "The Cater Street Hangman." A thrilling novel in which inspector Thomas Pitt meets his future wife and sleuthing partner. A suspense filled story that will keep you on the edge of your chair. It is rumored there is nothing new to read in the library. We challenge you to come in and not be able to find something new to read. For the children, the deadline is near, March 3rd. for entering the young writers competition. Entry forms and information is available at the library. See you there!
Theodore Louis Nuxoll
Big sisters Genevieve and Anna welcome their new baby brother, Theodore Louis Nuxoll, born February 10, 2013, at 12:24 AM at Ireland Army Community Hospital, Fort Knox, KY.
Proud parents are Sam and Eliza Nuxoll, grandparents are Max and Joan Nuxoll of Cottonwood, Barb Robb of Calais, Maine, and James Sprague of Santa Barbara, CA.
Great grandparents are Helen Nuxoll of Grangeville, Jean Snyder of Kamiah, and Lois and Harl Aldrich of Concord, Massachusetts.
Sam and Eliza are currently posted at Fort Knox while Sam works for the Army Human Resources Command.