(The Center Square) – South Carolina’s AccelerateSC committee continued discussions this week on how the state plans to spend its nearly $2.5 billion federal American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding.
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Asked if he had definitive expectations for Nebraska football in 2021, Trev Alberts took a different approach than his predecessor, Bill Moos.
"I will almost guarantee the forecasting board will take care of the deficit" by raising revenue projections, State Sen. John Stinner said.
(The Center Square) – Attractions across Kansas are offering free admission to K-12 students and their families through the Sunflower Summer program.
(The Center Square) – The first-time pass rates of Illinois elementary teacher licensure tests have been under wraps for more than two decades until now.
A planned $4.5 million Nebraska Equine Sports Complex would provide academic opportunities in equine education, and become home to the University of Nebraska Rodeo Association and UNL Equestrian Team.
Coach Paul Chryst and three players are scheduled to address conference media members on Friday.
(The Center Square) – A federal watchdog says billions of taxpayer dollars have been wasted through unemployment programs in the past year, and that number is likely to rise.
The campus has been mostly empty since August 2019 when multiple problems forced state officials to relocate the girls to a different facility.