On Saturday, March 10th, the Butler County Middle School bridge building team won the BRIMS Regional Bridge Building Contest at Stupp Bridge Company in Bowling Green. In the middle school division, BCMS claimed 1st place out of 5 schools participating.
Butler County Education Preservation Society is presenting a Gospel Evening on March 30 at 7:00 PM at Morgantown Community Church, 2882 Bowling Green Road, Morgantown, Kentucky featuring Ivan Parker and The Crossmen. All proceeds will go to Butler County Education Preservation Society and their
March is Women in History month and the Butler County Chapter NSDAR has chosen to recognize Joyce Porter Hammers as our Woman in History. Joyce was born in the Eden community of Butler County and continues to reside in that area.
GO FISH, is the name of the musical performed by the second graders at North Butler Elementary School on Tuesday night and again on Wednesday afternoon.
Dennis and Jennifer Robbins would like to announce the birth of their precious baby boy, Jace Levi Robbins. Jace was born December 27, 2011 at 3:42 am and was 8 lbs. 2 oz. and 21 ½ inches long.
Hollie Coleman, a junior at Butler County High School, has been selected as a "Women in STEM High School Aerospace Scholar." This program is run by NASA and competitively accepts female juniors in high school who are considering careers in engineering.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew (Emily) Heaton of Page, Arizona would like to announce the birth of their daughter Avery Quinn Heaton on February 15th, 2012. Grandparents are John and Janeen (Taylor) Ence, Roger Kingsland of Las Vegas, Nevada and Robert and Kay Heaton of Cedar City, Utah.
Butler County Head Start is now taking applications for enrollment for the 2012-2013 school year. You may apply if your child will be 3 or 4 before October 1 and if your family's income falls within established poverty guidelines. Please bring birth verification for your child and proof of fami
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.