The spirit of Christmas is never as evident as it is in the words of children. Each year Beech Tree News prints letters to Santa written by students at North Butler Elementary. Letters to Santa reaffirm the message of the holiday season as they brim with a sense of hope and innocence.
The spirit of Christmas is never as evident as it is in the words of children. Each year Beech Tree News prints letters to Santa written by students at Morgantown Elementary. Letters to Santa reaffirm the message of the holiday season as they brim with a sense of hope and innocence.
To the family, friends, fellow church members, and co-workers: if you stopped to visit, brought a dish, said a prayer, sent flowers in memory, or just kept us in your thoughts, thank you. To Dr. Wan and his staff, no amount of words can express our gratitude.
The daughters of Olive "Carson" Cook invite friends and family to join in the celebration of their mother's 95th birthday. This will be December 18 at the Aberdeen Baptist Church Fellowship Hall between 2 and 4 p.m.
The family of Ada Cartwright would like to thank you for all the kindness showen to our mother throughout her illness; Morgantown Care & Rehab for the care given her throughout the ten years; for those who sent flowers, food and cards. A special thanks is extended to Price Funeral Home and t
More pictures from the Quality Christmas Parade.
The Quality Christmas Parade was held Saturday, December 10th. The parade began at the old Anderson Store on Highway 106 and continued through downtown Quality passing the Quality Cafe and ending at the Quality Baptist Church. This year's theme was "A Christmas to Remember". Mrs.
Morgantown Elementary School gymnasium was packed with hundreds of proud parents, grandparents, aunt, uncles, and other family and friends Thursday night as the five kindergarten classes performed the musical “Music All Over Me.” After months of practice, the kindergarten students put on a show
Eighteen FCCLA members met after school on Wednesday, December 7, 2011 to begin making “Beading to Beat Autism” bracelets. This project was started by 14 year old Michala Riggle. Her mission is to raise $300,000.00 to build a world-class autism research and treatment center.
Lindsey LaRay Porter is graduating on December 17 from Western Kentucky University with honors. Lindsey will have a bachelor's degree in Social Work and a minor in Criminology. She is the daughter of Donna Porter Flener and the late Danny Porter and the granddaughter of Berthlene Flener.