The Green River District Health Department announced 11 new COVID-19 cases in the region on Tuesday, one in McLean, bringing the county’s total number of confirmed cases to 21.
Museums, outdoor attractions, libraries, aquariums and distilleries may reopen June 8, Gov. Andy Beshear announced Tuesday during his daily coronavirus briefing.
McLean County Public Schools has begun planning several for reopening schools for fall 2020. Superintendent Tommy Burrough also named a new interim principal for McLean County High School, current assistant principal Barry Nelson.
Gov. Andy Beshear gave the go-ahead for Kentucky restaurants to begin reopening tomorrow, Friday, May 22 with some restrictions still in place to ensure health and safety of staff and customers.
Calhoun’s Galloway Farm and Auto Repair owners Bruce and Sarah Galloway said that despite everything going on, they are thankful business has remained steady.
McLean County has 19 confirmed COVID-19 cases as of Tuesday, May 12, according to the Green River District Health Department. The total number of confirmed cases in GRDHD’s seven-county region is 531.
The Sons of Confederate Veterans, Forrest Orphans Camp 1744 has created a fund in memory of a late commander of the camp and McLean County resident, Lance Howard.
Miller Tire Center reached its 60 year anniversary in March and while a celebration was planned for the end of April, the shop has had to postpone events until further notice due to COVID-19.
Our commonwealth’s founders wisely set a high bar for changing Kentucky’s Constitution.