New Beginnings Ministry, serving the people of Butler County since November 2010, has moved locations after outgrowing their previous one.
"George W. Eskridge" was the topic of the February History Month meeting of the Green River Chapter NSDAR on President's Day on February 20. Mr. Leon Eskridge, a direct descendant of the 17th Century barrister was the speaker.
Members of the BCHS SUPA, under the direction of Mr. Sam Hunt and Mr. Brandon Poole, have begun rehearsing for their upcoming performance of "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory." The play will run from April 20-22 with three performances available to the general public. Show times are 8 p.m.
Tristan Elmore, a sophomore at Butler County High School, placed first at the 2012 BRIMS Regional Bridge Building Championships sponsored by Scott & Murphy, Inc. and Stupp Bridge Company on March 10.
The B.C. Drug Free Coalition would like to invite you to a community meeting on Thursday, March 15 at 5:00 at the Butler County Educational Complex (the large meeting facility room). We are so thrilled to have Ms. Shannon Weatherly as our speaker for the evening.
Butler County School District is committed to ensuring your student has the 21st-century skills necessary to be college/career ready – the foundation for success in life. But we need your help.
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.