This is the last time I will be able to take Butler County veteran pictures. The second book of Butler County Veterans pictures will be published in March, so if you haven't sent me a picture of your Butler County veteran this is your last chance.
Morgantown Elementary's 2012 Primary Spelling Bee Class Winners were as follows:
Members of Bethel, Mt. Olivet and Pleasant Grove churches participated in the Pinewood Derby on January 28. Martine Brown of Mt. Olivet was the overall winner.
Mary Kay Independent Sales Director Reaunetta Hatcher of Morgantown, KY is on the road to success. This month, Hatcher earned the use of a new Chevy Malibu sedan as a result of her outstanding achievements in operating her independent Mary Kay business.
The following Western Kentucky University students from Butler County were named to the Dean’s and President’s lists for the fall 2011 semester. Full-time undergraduate students with a semester grade-point average of 3.4 to 3.79 are named to the Dean’s List.
Butler County Food Service is planning to offer an exciting new option to help you make your life easier. MySchoolBucks is an online system that will allow you to make deposits into your student’s school meal accounts, view account balances, create payment reminders and review purchase history,
While searching old Hartford Herald newspapers as research for possible historical stories, these scattered bits of history all seem a shame not to share.March 19, 1884
Dr. Wan started the gift giving in the 70’s but it became a yearly tradition with Head Start beginning in 1976 with one small gift for each child. According to Wan’s longtime companion Cindy Black each child received four gifts this year and a visit with Santa. Black has been with Dr.
Richland Baptist Church Youth Group traveled to Perfect North Slopes in Lawrenceburg, IN this past weekend. There were devotionals, food, and 8 hours of skiing, boarding and tubing. For many, this was their first attempt at these activities and we are very thankful for the fun, safe trip.
Butler County High Schools NJROTC used their day off from school, January 16, to go to the Edge Ice Center in Owensboro, Ky. The unit arrived at 1300 that afternoon and enjoyed three continuous hours of ice skating. This was the first time many of them had ever ice skated.