Siouxland Businesses, Schools Hope to Get Back To Normal after COVID-19, The Exchange
Coming up on The Exchange . . .
We talk with Sioux City Community Schools Superintendent Paul Gausman about the liklihood of online commencements for graduation seniors at Sioux City's three high schools because of COVID-19, and how the district is trying to prepare students to come back to the classroom in the fall.
We hear from local business owners who are trying to keep the doors open despite the general shutdown caused by the coronavirus. Some applied for federal stimulus money and are still waiting to hear about their status.
Also, we talk with Iowa State Unviersity Vice President for Extension and Outreach John Lawrence about the many ways those services are reaching out to Iowans during the coronavirus pandemic.
We speak with a Clear Lake hog farmer about how he is weathering the physical and fiscal problems caused by COVID-19.
We hear from a young author who spent months in Central Mexico learning about the culture and why the residents feel forced to flee to the United States.
And we celebrate the 50th Anniversay of Earth Day. The first Earth Day was celebrated on April 22, 1970.