Following a move to virtual learning last week, McLean County Public Schools announced Monday that it would continue virtual learning as the county continues to remain in the red zone for COVID-19 positivity rates.
The Kentucky Public Service Commission has weighed in on Kenergy’s for-profit broadband internet service Kenect.
As the McLean County chapter of Kentucky Hunters for the Hungry program enters its fifth year, founders look back on how the program has grown.
Following a report of high numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Kentucky and citing an all-time high number of reported cases across the country, Gov. Andy Beshear released new red zone reduction recommendations aimed at slowing the spread of the virus.
Falloween Day BazaarRescheduled for Saturday, Oct. 31 from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Island Wooden Bridge Park and in the parking lot of the strip mall. There will be over 20 vendors, a costume contest, a family scavenger hunt, silent auction and more. Bridge View Pizzeria will sell food and drink…
McLean County Fiscal Court had a first reading to apply a water service fee to water bills in its Tuesday meeting. The fee, having been discussed since the beginning of the year, will help pay for dispatch services.
McLean County incurred another Covid-19 related death in the last week, bringing the total toll to three for the county. Due to a significant increase in cases, the county has also entered the red zone for the state model on suggesting whether schools should remain in-person or return to vir…
Plans for commissioning a mural on the side of a School Street building in Island are underway, according to Friends of Island member Scott Hillard.
The McLean County High School soccer team is one of only two Kentucky teams to receive national recognition from the United Soccer Coaches Association. A total of 312 soccer teams (134 boys, 178 girls) from throughout the United States have earned the United Soccer Coaches Team Academic Awar…
The McLean County High School football team traveled to Steele Stadium to face the Owensboro Catholic Aces on Oct. 2 and ended their winning streak with a 37-0 loss. The Cougars were 3-for-3 in passing for 35 yards and had 107 rushing yards.
Our commonwealth’s founders wisely set a high bar for changing Kentucky’s Constitution.