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.
Casey Porter presented a program on Martha Washington - Indispensable Woman at the March meeting of the Green River Chapter NSDAR. March is Women in American History Month and the chapter studied about one of the most important women ever, in American History, the 1st, First Lady and her importa
The Royal Ambassadors class of First Baptist Church has been busy working on projects that help them to become a well informed responsible follower of Christ. One of these projects was headed by Cory Mason and Hunter Mason. They wanted to give back to an organization that had given to them.
The second volume of Butler County Veterans can now be purchased.
Bethel Baptist Church hosted a Pinewood Derby on February 25, 2012. Members of Bethel, Mt. Olivet, and Pleasant Grove churches participated. Martine Brown of Mt. Olivet was the Overall Winner.
The Little Muddy RD Club met February 20th, 2012 at 6:30 p.m. There were 21 people present. The meeting began with Jared Hudnall leading the club in the pledge to the American flag. Gabe Keen gave the blessing for the meal.
The Commonwealth Cleanup Week will be held March 17 – 24 2012. The County will have a truck available for trash disposal at the following locations:Rochester Community Center on Monday, March 19th from 9 am to 3 pm