Due to an error, Anita Austill’s name was misspelled in the April 29 edition of the McLean County News in the Museum News article photo.
The McLean County 911 dispatch has been awarded a grant from the Kentucky 911 Services Board totaling $89,045 to upgrade outdated dispatch radio consoles to new IP-based ones.
Can you believe McLean County has had a public library for 10 years?
A public forum was held May 1 to discuss possible additions and updates to Myer Creek Park in Calhoun.
• The McLean County Public Library is hosting a 10th anniversary celebration on May 8 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Hill Street in Livermore beside the library. Food trucks, children’s activities, a remote controlled card obstacle and live music will be available. Market at the Library will be se…
McLean County High School students have received scholarships through Independence Bank and Bright Futures.
The Beech Grove Volunteer Fire Department held an auction and dinner to raise funds for Beech Grove resident Tony Dant, who was diagnosed with stage three oropharyngeal cancer on April 9.
McLean County was granted $59,850 on April 20 from Kentucky to resurface Patterson Road in Sacramento. The money comes from Gov. Andy Beshear’s $5 million transportation investment. McLean County is one of 32 counties and cities to receive funding for road and infrastructure repairs.
The McLean County High School baseball team stayed on the home dirt with two games last week. The Cougars fell 5-2 to Todd County on April 26 before snatching the lead late to seal a 15-5 victory over Dawson Springs on April 30.
The McLean County High School softball team had a big 20-10 victory at home against Hopkinsville on April 27. The Lady Cougars had several players contributing to the win in the high scoring affair.
The McLean County High School track team traveled to Muhlenberg County and Henderson last week. The Cougars had a meet at Muhlenberg County on April 27 and competed at the Henderson Invitational on May 1.