In commemoration of 9/11, employees of Cash Express of Morgantown recently presented Butler County First Responders with a cake to show appreciation for their service.
Craig Cohron discussing the cattle business at the 2017 field day
Despite the steady drizzle of rain the community of Provo still turned out for their annual Provo Pie Supper to raise funds for their rural development center.
Autumn Jenkins, a junior at Butler County High School, has been selected as the Butler County ATC Business Student for the month of August.
The Butler County Knitters and Crocheters have been busy with summer projects.
A dinner is being organized for the BCHS Class of 1983. All classmates plus a guest are welcome. We are meeting at 5:30 on Saturday, October 13th at Mariah's in Bowling Green. If you are interested, the cost per person is $28.
Fingers holding cell phones; constant updates via social media; 24/7 news alerts; and demands from work and home help create a world that is full of noise, chaos and all kinds of stressors that bombard us
Tara Embry McClure shared some pictures with Beech Tree News recently. The pictures are of a 99-year-old roll-top desk that has been refinished by two Amish gentlemen on the Homer Dockery Road. According to McClure the desk came from the Butler County Courthouse.
Richland Baptist Church’s Kindergarten – 2nd grade class collected donations for the Butler County Animal Shelter during the month of July. On Saturday, August 4th a few of the children (and parents) met at the shelter to make the delivery. Pictured with