The Scott County school district is eligible for up to $106,000 in funds to cover coronavirus-related expenses.
Social distancing was no problem for Kaden Wren, Scott City, as he fished the channel behind the Steele Home at Lake Scott State Park during a beautiful afternoon recently.
With just six coronavirus cases reported in Scott County, it might be easy to assume the community will escape the pandemic wave that’s hitting some parts of the state.
With the state facing a revenue shortfall in next year’s budget estimated at $825 million, the governor and lawmakers will be looking closely at ways to cut costs in the budget that was approved prior to the coronavirus pandemic.
With young people unable to attend school, Kristin Jessup has initiated an effort to make sure everyone has the opportunity to spend that extra time at home reading.