While an encouraging crowd cheered them on, residents of Morgantown Care and Rehab participated in a competition of old fashioned origin. The rules were simple and direct, hang laundry neatly on a line and take it down later as if a storm was approaching.
Polymer Clay is the hottest arts and crafts medium to hit the market in years! Colorful and extremely versatile, it may well be one of the most creative crafts you learn.
On Saturday, February 18th the Butler County Halter Holders competed at the KY 4H State Skillathon in Madisonville, KY. They competed against other 4-Hers in the same age groups of Clovers (9-11) and Intermediates (12-14). Clovers: Carlee Mitchell, Kadie Hunt, Mattie Wells and Olivia Dunn.
The Board of Directors and staff are very excited to announce a new store and renovated Ministries Building are finally in progress. Operations will continue until March 7th at the current location.
The Butler County Class of 2002 will be having their 10 year reunion at the Rough River State Resort Park Lodge on Saturday, August 25th, 2012. The reunion will start at 6:30 pm. The tickets are $25/person, which includes a buffet syle meal. You can send your name/money to P.O.
On Thursday evening, the 23rd of February at 6:00 p.m., the 2nd District Volunteer Fire Department Board met for its regular monthly meeting at the firehouse. The meeting was called to order by President Fred Tate. Following was a prayer and the pledge to the U.S. flag.
The Butler County Child Development classes will conduct a Playschool for preschool children. The days will be Mondays for 2 ½ and 3 year-olds, Thursdays for 4 year-olds and Fridays for 5 year-olds; however, we are willing to work with parents on scheduling. Children who are presently enrolled
Members of the Davis Crossroads community came out to the 2nd District Fire Department on Saturday night for the annual Chili Supper and Rook Tournament fundraiser. The firehouse was packed full of people eager to get a bite to eat and play some cards all for a good cause.
Annabelle Cooper, who won the school-wide Geography Bee in December, has qualified to represent the Butler County School District at the state level of the National Geographic Society's Geographic Bee on Friday, March 30 at the Carroll Knicely Conference Center on the campus of Western Kentucky U
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