On Tuesday, November 29, the Butler County Middle School STLP (Student Technology Leadership Program) sent four "Showcase" groups to Western Kentucky University to compete in the Fall Regional Showcase Competition. The groups included the following:
Hello everyone, we have been so busy here at the Boys & Girl Club of Butler County. Besides doing homework each day we have been working on our ornaments for Festival of Trees so we won't give you a sneak peek but what would Thanksgiving be without sharing.
Students, staff and families gathered at Morgantown Elementary for their Annual Thanksgiving Dinner on Friday, November 18th. All parents and grandparents seemed to enjoy not only the traditional turkey and dressing but the time spent with their students. This is the biggest serving day for t
Members of the Green River DAR worked through-out Saturday morning installing this year’s lighted Christmas display, an annual wonderland all about the front courthouse lawn. Workers included Christine Coleman, Betty Brown, Casey Porter, Joyce Creager and Levi Johnson.
Smith Funeral Home and Simply You Photography are having a fundraiser to benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital on Sunday, December. 4 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. You will get a copyright picture CD with five pics minimum for $25. No appointment is necessary and limit ONE outfit.
The Barren River Long Term Care Ombudsman is hosting the third annual “Silver Bells Project” during this Christmas Holiday. The project is looking for sponsors to provide holiday gifts to residents living in 4 different Personal Care Homes.
Looking for a something special way to share your time during the Thanksgiving holiday season? Why not attend an event at Morgantown Care and Rehab. Simply scroll through the featured events below as copied from the calendar of planned events near the front lobby.
“I remember I cried when I heard the “Evansville” had sunk,” recalls Morgantown resident Wanna Evans with her sharp 93 years young, mind’s eye. The stately boat could be counted on to make two round trips weekly between the cities of Evansville and Bowling Green with scheduled stops between.
The Little Muddy RD Club met October 17th, 2011 at 6:30 p.m. There were 20 people present. The meeting began with Maggie Drake leading the club in the pledge to the American flag. Scott Keen gave the blessing for the meal.