Sunday November 25, the children of Monticello Baptist Church had their annual morning Christmas program. After the welcome by Pastor Randy Burns and announcements by Shane Wells, there was offering taken and responsive reading by the congregation.
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Morgantown. On Saturday morning several groups were setting up Christmas trees for the Festival of Trees, in the Cousin Don building on Main Street. The Methodist Women had over 200 hats, mittens, gloves, and scarfs for their tree. Festival of Tre
Please help support the Little Muddy Rural Development Club by eating at the Farm Boy Restaurant! On Tuesday, December 4th from 4:00 to 9:00 p.m. the Farm Boy Restaurant will be donating 10% of all proceeds to the LMRD Club. Support a good cause by enjoying a delicious meal.
On November 26, 2012 Morgantown Elementary School is hosting it’s first, hopefully annual, Kentuckian Folk Festival. Throughout the school day all M.E.S.’ students will be coming by grade level to the Media Center to visit and interact one-on-one with things from their past. Local craftsman wil
Holy Trinity Catholic Church, Morgantown and Holy Redeemer Catholic Church, Beaver Dam are presenting a scripture series by Fr. Anthony Shonis, entitled " A Coming Christ At Advent : Three Presentations on the Gospel Narratives Preparing for the Birth of Jesus."
Anyone who’s watched their dog go through a bout of diarrhea or the sniffles has probably wondered if they, too, were at risk of getting sick. So, can you get sick from your dog?
A diverse group of critters and creatures, ghouls and goblins made their way to the Beech Tree News/WLBQ office on Halloween night as trick-or-treaters. They were greeted by the Beech Tree Bear and plenty of candy.
A diverse group of critters and creatures, ghouls and goblins made their way to the Beech Tree News/WLBQ office on Halloween night as trick-or-tr
A festive atmosphere enveloped Morgantown Elementary (MES) on Friday, November 16, as the school hosted its annual fall festival. The event, which also serves as a fundraiser, is coordinated by MES staff and members of the school's Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO).