Mylke Coffee Company in Island has been offering craft coffee to businesses throughout the state and in the local area since 2017.
The 27th annual Green River 5K and walk will be held in Calhoun on April 17.
As of April 10, McLean County has 45 active cases of COVID-19, according to the Green River District Health Department. There has been one new case reported.
McLean County is offering a Trash 4 Cash program. Non-profit groups can volunteer to pick up trash along roads in the county and receive $100 per mile.
During the April 13 Calhoun City Council meeting, the council voted to declare the former city hall building as surplus and accept bids on the building.
McLean County has 45 active cases of COVID-19, according to the Green River District Health Department. There has been one new reported case of the coronavirus.
McLean County jailer Chris Ellis announced April 2 that a COVID-19 work plan has been approved for inmates working in the county.
The McLean County Sheriff’s Department co-hosted a K9 training workshop with Family First K9 in March in Sacramento. The two organizations hosted Arete Canine, a K9 training company out of Marietta, Georgia.
The McLean County High School softball team opened their 2021 season at home with a big win over Hopkins County Central on March 29. The Lady Cougars won 15-3 over the Lady Storm in just five innings. McLean County fell 8-1 at home on April 1 against Todd County Central.
The McLean County High School track team opened their 2021 season with Spring Relays at Owensboro on March 16. The Cougar men’s team placed 2nd and the women came in sixth overall. McLean County hosted an All-Comer’s Meet on March 26. Both the men and women placed 2nd overall.
The McLean County High School baseball team opened the 2021 season 1-2 after the first week of games. The Cougars fell 8-0 on the road at Hancock County on March 29 before bouncing back with a 14-4 win over Warren Central at home on April 1. McLean County then came up short 5-1 against Harri…
After all of last year’s spring sports at McLean County High School were either cut short after barely beginning or cancelled completely due to COVID-19, current athletes, coaches and fans alike are excited to see track, softball and baseball seasons beginning for 2021. While things are stil…