The intestinal tracts of all mammals have various types of bacteria as part of their natural intestinal microflora.
The Butler County Board of Education met on May 10th and honored several students. The students honored are as follows:
Governor's Scholar - Tobin Maxfield
The 70th Annual National Day of Prayer was held on Thursday, May 5, 2022, with a theme of Exalt the Lord who has established us.
At the Butler County Arts Guild thirty-six colorful pieces adorn the walls, each shining with individuality from their spot in the gallery.
Butler County High School held its 2022 Junior-Senior Prom last weekend on Saturday, May 30th. While the event provided a return to normalcy after the pandemic, it was also one for the books.
Abundant rainfall and warm temperatures can lead to an increase in the presence of brown rot on stone fruits (peach, cherry, plum, nectarine), which results in rotten, inedible fruit. Management of this disease begins at petal fall.
The “Side by Side” Program was created by Arts for All Kentucky formerly VSA in 2004 as a way to provide hands-on learning experiences in the arts for school age children with special needs in communities across Ke
On Tuesday, May 3rd, 2022, Commander Jim Parker and Brian Pharris of the Granville Allen Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 5837 delivered a new American flag to Butler County High School.
Brooms are normally viewed as a functional tool for the home. Until seeing the Harry Potter Quidditch broom hanging in Firehouse Pizza, I had never thought of them as being a piece of art or aesthetically pleasing until I met Joseph Phillips.