Eureka USD 389 faculty and staff participated in a “parade” Monday afternoon, as a kick-off to the continuous learning education that began on Tuesday of this week.
The Greenwood County Cattlewomen have had (almost) two successful years of their agriculture education program You Are Here. With the year cut short, they decided to jump into action and get their education up on You Tube to share with the kids from the comfort of their homes.
On Friday, March 20, Health Department Director Vicki Lindsey-Ross, Hospital CEO Sandra Dickerson and Hospital Director of Nursing Becky Randall came together to provide a COVID-19 healthcare update via Facebook Live.
Evergy Engineer Chris Meyers attended the regular commission meeting on Monday, March 23 via video chat. Meyers reported having spoke with the zoning board a few weeks prior regarding the location in which the company intends to construct a substation. Evergy intends to purchase 20 acres of property on P Road. Myers noted that traffic will increase while the substation is being constructed, but will subside once the project is completed. The substation will allow Evergy to run a second feed, increasing the reliability of the line.
As time continues to pass, the costs of goods and services increases.