The annual Battle of Sacramento Re-enactment has been canceled this year due to concerns regarding coronavirus, according to an announcement released by the Battle of Sacramento Board. The re-enactment had previously been rescheduled for September.
In March, when the coronavirus pandemic hit, the state ordered “non-essential” businesses to close to help prevent the spread of the virus.
Red’s Tanning and Hometown Creations opened up in Island at the end of May. Since then, owner Rachel Stringer said business has been steady.
With the last of the county’s absentee ballots being mailed in on Tuesday, the final 2020 primary elections results are in for McLean County. County Clerk Carol Eaton said the office received back the majority of absentee ballots issued.
While the official school start day for McLean County students is currently set for Aug. 5, Superintendent Tommy Burrough said that date is likely to change and is subject to do so on short notice.
The McLean County Clerk’s Office received much larger than usual voter turnout for the primary election Tuesday night, according to County Clerk Carol Eaton.
Geronimo Energy discussed an upcoming solar project development in Kentucky that would benefit McLean County financially in Tuesday’s fiscal court meeting. The court also voted to pass the county’s finalized budget for the upcoming fiscal year, ahead of time and with significant savings for …
As the state moves through a reopening process, McLean’s number of confirmed coronavirus cases remains lower than many surrounding counties with 26 confirmed cases as of Tuesday, June 23, according to the Green River District Health Department.
Our commonwealth’s founders wisely set a high bar for changing Kentucky’s Constitution.