The Butler County Chapter National Society Daughters of the American Revolution will host their annual Veterans Breakfast November 5, 2011, The breakfast will be in the Commons Area of the Butler County High School starting at 9 AM.
3rd District Public Meeting, Hosted by Magistrate Chad Tyree: The meeting is being held to discuss and hear ideas for the Kentucky Department of Transportation’s Six Year Road Plan. In addition to discussing the road plan, there will be an opportunity to talk with your 3rd District Magistrate ab
If the man in the moon likes good gospel singing he had to look no further than Saturday’s concert on the courthouse lawn. The featured group, Resurrection Bound, made their second appearance of the year.
Proud Grandparents! Greg & Renee Hampton / Boyce & Kim Flerner are proud to announce the birth of their beautiful granddaughter Laney Bell Hampton. Laney Bell was born April 22, 2011 to parents Josh & Jennifer Hampton. Proud great-grandparents include.
A group from Richland Baptist Church attended the Faith & Family Day WKU Football game on Saturday, October 1st. Everyone enjoyed a great afternoon of food, fellowship and football!
Cats are masters of disguise. It can be very difficult to identify if your cat doesn’t feel well. Here are 10 signs of illness to watch for:Inappropriate elimination
Mt. Olivet Church held its Annual “Fly-In” Family & Friends Day on September 24, 2011. J. Vanfleet was the pilot for this day of fellowship.
Lexington, KY- John W. McCauley, FSA State Executive Director, reminds Kentucky producers that the enrollment date for DCP and ACRE Programs has changed and will begin on January 23, 2012. Generally, in the past enrollment began October 1 for DCP and ACRE contracts.
Robert Joel McKinney was born July 3, 1937 and passed away September 3, 2011. His parents were the late Jewel and Howard Echolis “Eck” McKinney of Aberdeen, Kentucky. Robert was survived by his wife, Christy E. McKinney of Greensboro, North Carolina ; his brother, Darrel C.
The Butler County Health Department reminds the public to practice good health habits to prevent the spread of flu at home, work and school. “As the flu season approaches, we are urging residents to practice good hygiene habits, such as coughing or sneezing into their elbows and washing hands of