Each year the Green River Museum honors someone who has impacted or preserved Butler County's history. The 2022 Impact Award recipient, Peggy Ayers Drake, recognizes her life and work.
The Butler County High School Marching Band honored their seniors on Saturday. The band did a community performance of their show Thor's Hammer. Free lunch was provided by the Band Boosters.
National 4-H Week is Oct.
Tuesday night, September 13, was the Butler County Farm Bureau Annual Membership Meeting celebration of 84 years of serving Butler County Agriculture.
Saturday September 10 was the Quality Car Show. This year’s show was in memory of the late Fred Tate. The show was well-attended and had 28 total vehicles. There were plenty of food truck vendors present as well. John King’s Barbecue and Hometown Grill trucks as well as Sugar Monkey with shav
Miss Trinity Martin and Mr. Nathan Wayne Orten were crowned Butler County High School Homecoming Queen and King on Friday night. Trinity is the daughter of Holly Pedigo and Willie Martin, both of Morgantown. Nathan is the son of Cecil Orten, of Morgantown.
It’s pecan fundraising time for the Butler County Homemakers! Homemakers are taking orders for the FRESH 2022 crop of Schermer pecans, either pieces, halves or chocolate halves, through October 14th. These are fresh pecans (fresh 2022 crop coming off the trees in September) and the Homemakers
The Family of Mary Elizabeth Jones Lee would like to thank the Butler County High School Class of 1962 and all the others who expressed their condolences for the loss of our precious family member.
On June 28 - July 3rd, four BCHS students had an amazing opportunity to visit Chicago and compete on a national level in Chicago, IL at the annual NLC FBLA conference. Aer Sells competed in International Business. Maggie Drake competed in Intro to Business Communications.