By: Lloyd G. Saylor, County Extension Agent for 4-H Youth Development: The 2011 4-H Issues Conference is being held November 17 - 20, 2011 at the Lake Cumberland 4-H Educational Center in Jabez, KY. Issues Conference is a one-time experience and is open to sophomores and juniors in high school.
On Saturday, October 15, the Green River Museum held its annual fall open house, this year honoring the second family to live in the historic Superintendent's House, the James W. Burch family.
Butler County and Ohio County are working together to create an Anti-Drug Coalition in Butler County. There will be a community meeting at the Butler County Education Complex (Board Room) at 6:00pm on October 25, 2011.
50th Wedding Anniversary: Barbara and David West of Morgantown, Kentucky, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on October 21, 2011.The West’s have two daughters: Paula Lee – husband Gary, Kimberly Embry- husband Johnny and one granddaughter Courtney Embry.
On Friday, the First Responders did an educational program for the students at North Butler Elementary School. “We are very excited to have the First Responders at our school,” said Principal Elaine Daugherty. It is important for the students to understand emergency procedures and not fear the
In memory of Brittany was the name of the balloon release held on Friday at North Butler Elementary School. Linda Tyree, a Butler County School Counselor, facilitates a grief small group at North Butler Elementary School for nine 4th grade students who were close friends of Brittany Mahaney, who
The Perfect Fit Mastectomy Boutique held its Grand Opening on Monday, October 3. It is located inside of Rice's Pharmacy in Beaver Dam.
It’s pecan fundraising time for the Butler County Homemakers! Homemakers are taking orders for pecans, either pieces or halves through October 24th. These are fresh off the trees pecans (2011 crop) and the Homemakers will be getting delivery of the first group picked. They will sell for $9.00
Butler County Water System is proud to host a food drive to support the local Morgantown Mission. Throughout the month of October, bring non-perishable food items to our office at 104 South Tyler Street to help stock the Mission's Pantry.