Great Question Denny! Scholarships can be found in many ways these days. If you're in high school, the best resources would be your guidance counselor. They should have access to many different companies and organizations that are looking for applicants for scholarships. Something to note, sometimes you have to ask for the information directly, as some counselors will only share this info with those who show interest. If you're already in college and looking for scholarships, the student resource center usually has the latest and greatest. But for scholarships specific to your current major, the administrative assistants to the professors and deans usually have that info. Since there's so many students usually looking for scholarships, I believe its always best to ask them directly as they aren't always publicized either.
If either of these options don't work I would suggest checking out websites or social media for local companies and organizations directly, there's usually announcements that come out early in the year when students are beginning to get acceptance letters to college or when they are wrapping up spring semester and preparing for the next one.
All of these options would be a great start, I hope this helps.