COVID-19 in Siouxland, Schools, WITCC and Musician Mike Langley

Apr 9, 2020

Join Mahon owner of The Sewing Factory

This week on The Exchange . . .

We check in with Tyler Brock of Siouxland District Health about the spread of the coronavirus in Woodbury County

Also, we talk with Sioux City Community School Superintendent Paul Gausman about the ongoing school closure and efforts to keep students learning until classes resume.

And we talk with Western Iowa Tech Community College President Terry Murrell about how the school has moved all of its courses online until the end of the spring term to prevent the spread of Covid-19.

We also check in with some Iowa State University Extension specialists about the effect of the coronavirus on corn and soybean farmers as well dairy owners in Iowa.

And conversation with a local seamstress about a volunteer effort to make masks for health care providers who are caring for patients with the coronavirus.

Also, how the Roman Catholic Diocese of Sioux City has put all of its services online and how that will continue through Holy Week.

And a talk with composer and musician Mike Langley of Sioux City about how he is continuing to teach and perform online during this period of social distancing.