Livingston County Schools working with community to collect supplies for all students

SMITHLAND, KY — The community is working with Livingston County Schools to collect school supplies for all the students in the district. Vonda Todd, who works at the Salem location of Farmers Bank & Trust, said she saw on the news that the Crittenden County School District is collaborating with churches, businesses and organizations to provide free school supplies for all 1,400 or so students in that district. “I seen it on news channel 6. I know Crystal Wesmoland from Crittenden County Schools, and I went and spoke with her about it, how she got it started. And I feel like we can do the same here in Livingston County,” said Todd. The Livingston County Offices at 321 Court St. in Smithland has a drop-off location on the first floor. Todd brought the idea to Livingston County Schools. She is working with Stephanie Henson — director of the school district’s Family Resource and Youth Service Centers — to get businesses, churches and organizations involved in collecting school supplies. The goal is to get enough supplies for every one of the approximately 1,100 combined students at North and South Livingston Elementary Schools, Livingston County Middle School, and Livingston Cen...

Microsoft Weekly: 1903 for everyone, many a game in the cloud, and changing icons

With another week gone, it’s time for us to take a look at just what’s taken place during the last seven days in the world of Microsoft. The May 2019 Update started rolling out at long last, it was revealed that Project xCloud technically supports 3,500 titles currently – with more on the way -, and a fair few apps have gotten icon overhauls. Of course, that’s just a small fraction of the news, so be sure to find all that, and the usual bit extra, in your Microsoft digest for the week of May 18-24. While last week there was speculation in regards to exactly when Microsoft would start rolling out 1903 – or the May 2019 Update -, with either May 21 or 28 being likely candidates, this week we got the answer. The firm chose the former date, something which it did after 1903 had been in testing in the Release Preview ring for a month and a half. Among its new features there’s the reworked light theme, which now encompasses more of the UI, Windows Sandbox, as well as the ability to now uninstall more of the built-in apps like 3D Viewer, Groove Music, and many more. This feature update is different to previous ones in that it will ask you whether you want to install 1903 or not when y...