Raven Elizabeth Brooks, the 2011 Butler County High School Football Homecoming Queen, has been selected as finalist for the 32nd Annual Kentucky Homecoming Queen Selection, set for April 15 at the Louisville Airport Crowne Plaza Hotel.
2012 Cradle School, sponsored by the Butler County Family Resource Center, is currently underway.
The Knitters and Crocheters of Butler County made and donated over 45 items to the VFW Women’s Auxiliary for the newborn babies of military families at Fort Campbell. The items included handmade, knit and crocheted, sweaters, booties, hats, bibs and mitts.
Cornerstone Assembly of God proudly presents local author Eunace Creed in her first signing of the newly published Awakening on Palm Sunday, April 1, 2012 from 2:00PM to 4:00PM!
Butler County Middle School Jeff Jennings is pleased to announce the names of the students who qualified for the All A or A/B Honor Roll during the 3rd 9 weeks grading period.
Kentuckians have lost a lot as a result of the March 2 tornadoes. As those hit the hardest begin to piece together their lives and rebuild, they should be on the lookout for those who may want to prey on their misfortune.
New Beginnings Ministry, serving the people of Butler County since November 2010, has moved locations after outgrowing their previous one.
"George W. Eskridge" was the topic of the February History Month meeting of the Green River Chapter NSDAR on President's Day on February 20. Mr. Leon Eskridge, a direct descendant of the 17th Century barrister was the speaker.
Members of the BCHS SUPA, under the direction of Mr. Sam Hunt and Mr. Brandon Poole, have begun rehearsing for their upcoming performance of "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory." The play will run from April 20-22 with three performances available to the general public. Show times are 8 p.m.
Tristan Elmore, a sophomore at Butler County High School, placed first at the 2012 BRIMS Regional Bridge Building Championships sponsored by Scott & Murphy, Inc. and Stupp Bridge Company on March 10.