There will be a Equine Infectious Anemia (Coggins) Clinic held the week of April 16th-20th at Heritage Animal Hospital. Coggins Tests which tests for EIA will be $22 per horse.
A cool spring rain Saturday afternoon just might be the signal to prepare for a trip to the woods. Postings on the Kentucky message board at www.morels.com reveal another season of anxious morel hunters in our area and elsewhere.
Butler County High School Science Club student and teacher members will be hosting a Fall Super Saturday on April 14, 2012, from 8:30am to 2:00pm with a theme of “Survivor.” Students will participate in a variety of biology, chemistry, physics, and earth science events, scavenger hunt, and build
The NFAA (National Field Archery Associaiton) held their annual indoor archery contest at Chickasaw Archery in Shepherdsville on February 25 and 26. 18 archers from D & G Hunting & Archery met at Shoney's in Elizabethtown and had breakfast hosted by D & G.
North Butler Elementary Academic Team competed in Regional Governor’s Cup competition on Saturday, March 17, 2012. Sierra Woodcock, Sarah Belcher, Colten Bratcher, and Camryn Newland competed in various events including Composition and Written Assessment on Saturday.
Baker – Perfect Attendance: Brian Cantu, Sara Fern, Elijah Forsythe, Brayden Tomes, Lydia WilcoxPorter – Perfect Attendance: Carlee Brooks, Tera Hampton, Addison Henderson, Jo Jo Jennings, Olivia Johnson, Madison Philpot, Lidia Rafael-Vargas
The Butler County High School has released their third week honor roll. Congratulations to the following students:
Community Action of Southern Kentucky is accepting applications for a $1,500 Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) Scholarship. The CSBG Scholarship helps provide training or retraining required for the 10-County job market. The CSBG Scholarship is open to income-eligible individuals wanting to
Each student at Butler County High School got a taste of what their future may hold when they attended Career Day last Wednesday. Students sat through two sessions hearing from individuals working in 54 different fields ranging from military to art teacher to mortician.