In 2014 the Butler County Stockman’s Association (BCSA) held its first production sale of locally produced cattle in the Eva J.
You may need to be cautious when outdoors, just ask Evalina Burden. As she was watering her flowers on Saturday evening, on Tyler Street in Morgantown, she was bitten by a snake. She did not see the snake and was unaware of the bit until she went inside and saw the blood on her ankle. Her ankl
"The Stuff the Van 2017 event is going into the books as our most successful supply drive yet. We truly depend upon these donations to stock our centers and each student in Butler County schools benefits from the generosity of our community. We are thankful to have local radio in Morgantown and
Mon. July 17: Morgantown Route
North Warren St., Kent Manor, East Morris St.
Tues. July 18: Roundhill Route
Brownsville Rd, Dywer Rd, Jones Rd, and Region Rd.
Wed. July 19: Jetson Route
Love-Lee Rd, Taylor Cemetery Rd, Bluett Coy Rd.
LEXINGTON, KY, July 13, 2017 – U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Kentucky Farm Service Agency (FSA) Acting State Executive Director (SED) Robert Finch reminds farmers and ranchers that they have until Aug.
Butler County residents had a chance to exhibit various items during the 2017 Catfish Festival with entering their items in the Butler County Open Division Contest. Categories included canned foods, baked goods, quilts, stitchery, paintings, drawings, breads, clothing, along with many others.
Of the many activities that take place during the annual Catfish Festival, the Butler County 4-H Project Show was in full swing! Many local youth spent the week before check-in day creating various projects to show on exhibit during the Catfish Festival at the Eva Hawes Ag Building. Projects ra
July 15th at 10:00 am come celebrate with Kaylyn and Nathan at North Butler Elementery School Cafeteria. Registered at Baby's R US and Target.
Please bring your favorite storybook for Hadlee Nell McKinney.
The Final Finish Classic Car & Hot Rod Show was held on Saturday, July 1st. The vehicles checked in at the Casco Parking Lot and Cruised-In to the Green River Catfish Festival. Unique handcrafted wall hangings were presented to the winners.
On this year’s anniversary of our nation’s independence, members of the General Richard Butler Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution held a public drawing for a 500 dollar prepaid debit card as prize. Marley Kay Truelove of Hendersonville, Tennessee is the winner.