My husband, Garey, loves telling a Jerry Clower joke that goes as follows: A farmer is driving down the road when he spots a pitiful old mule standing in a pasture, and he stops by to see if he can buy the poor anima
Richland Baptist Church’s Kindergarten – 2nd grade class collected donations for the Butler County Animal Shelter during the month of July. On Saturday, August 4th a few of the children (and parents) met at the shelter to make the delivery. Pictured with
“Barbers have always been the cornersto
Emalyn Pearl Southerland, daughter of Tim and Mandy Southerland of Morgantown, is your Wee Miss US Mini Supreme. She also won Wee Miss Photogenic, Wee Miss Personality and was given a sponsorship award. She competed at the Amerifest National Pageant in Sevierville, Tennesse on July 28, 2018.
This past weekend Kinleigh Hampton, age 4 and Shaylee Hampton, age 8 competed at AmeriFest National Pageant in Sevierville, Tennessee. They both got to compete at state last November and Shaylee was named Young Miss Kentucky and Kinleigh was named first runner-up. The preliminary Queen of the F
The Butler County Antique Engine and Tractor Club did it again. Their 12th annual show was a success featuring several tractors from different states, mowers, engines, and a variety of vendors. This year's show featured the Silver King tractors and Sandwich Engines. Over 100 entries covered t
Timmy "Pinball" Pendley officially retired from Morgantown Utilities after 27 years of service on July 31, and several gathered to wish him well. He started working on October 25, 1990, and became the first person to retire with full years of service from Morgantown Utilities. During Pendley's
4-H provides youth numerous opportunities to learn, grow and develop into productive adults.