The first round of beauty pageants were held on Saturday morning at Morgantown Community Church for the 0-7 year olds. Winners included:
Many teen club members and adults at the Butler County Extension Office were scrambling for three days this past week keeping fifty-five kids involved with all the available activities. These activities included painting, tie-dye shirts,
Communications projects are one of the hallmarks for 4-H youth development.
Americans’ interest in booking private homes, apartments and condos as vacation rentals is skyrocketing, as travelers prefer home-like amenities, such as a full kitchen, multiple bedrooms and a backyard, over a hotel room.
The Green River Road Race was held on June 5 and for the first time in race history, a female was the overall winner. Ashley Runion, of Morgantown, finished in first place with a time of 34:00, which was a pace of 6:47 per mile for the grueling 5-mile run.
A little miracle happens when you compost garden waste. In a few months you get rich, crumbly, beautiful organic material filled with microbial life that will improve your soil and make your garden thrive.
The 8th Annual Stan England Charity Golf Scramble benefitting the Boys and Girls Club of Butler County was held Saturday, May 22 at the Paul Walker Golf Course in Bowling Green. Sixty golfers enjoyed great weather and friendly competition on the golf course at this year’s event.
County fairs and 4-H go hand-in-hand. With fair season firing up, now is a great time to show your support for local 4-H members. The Butler County Fair runs from June 25th-July 4th with an additional day on July 17th.
Kiersten Foit of Butler Co. 17 year old daughter of Amanda and Kevin Hayduk and Dr. Robert Foit was selected as one of Kentucky 4-H Gold Honors recipients.
On May 31, 2021, the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5837 Auxiliary hosted the Memorial Day Program at the front of the Butler County Courthouse.