Cherry Street Restaurant and Bar closed it’s doors for the final Saturday night. The decision was not an easy for the proprietor Michelle Kim. The obvious cause was the coronovirus pandemic and people not frequenting as
United District 304 started the year with a hybrid approach like many other districts. Although there have been a few glitches, things are going as well as possible with students now in 4 days per week.
The new normal has everyone adapting to living in the pandemic world. Knox College is no different. While losing some revenue from housing and a smaller number of international students, Knox president Dr. Teresa Amott says
The Knoxville District 202 School Board conducted a special meeting Thursday night, at which they voted to continue with their hybrid learning model through the end of the first semester. Interim superintendent Joe Burgess joined Tom Meredith
The Galesburg District 205 School Board will meet Monday night to make a decision on the continuation of e-learning or some form of in-person learning going forward. Parents were recently urged to fill out a survey regarding