On March 22, 2012, BCMS STLP traveled to Lexington, KY to attend and compete at the STLP State Championship. The day was long and filled with many competitions for the students. With over 6,000 students across the state at the competition our students stood out in many areas.
The Butler County Education Preservation Society works hard to achieve their goal of preserving our county’s history. Toward that end, a fundraising concert featuring Ivan Parker and the Crossmen was held Friday night at the Morgantown Community Church.
Annie Locke donated 12 inches of hair to "Locks Of Love." Annie is the daughter of Bryan and Jeannie Locke.
Sixth grade students at Butler County Middle School graduated from their 10 week long course in Drug Abuse Resistance Education, better known as D.A.R.E. last Friday. Kentucky State Police Trooper Jeremy Smith, who has volunteered as the D.A.R.E.
The WKU “Mark of Excellence Awards” in journalism was held on Friday, March 23rd at the Mass Media Technology Hall on the campus of Western Kentucky University. The following students competed with entries in four Broadcasting Categories:
“Cooking for 1 or 2” – Homemaker Training School scheduled for Monday, April 2, 10 a.m., Extension Office. Open to all interested persons.“Make a Tulip Quilt Wall-hanging”, Saturday, April 14, 9am, Extension Office.
There will be a Equine Infectious Anemia (Coggins) Clinic held the week of April 16th-20th at Heritage Animal Hospital. Coggins Tests which tests for EIA will be $22 per horse.
A cool spring rain Saturday afternoon just might be the signal to prepare for a trip to the woods. Postings on the Kentucky message board at www.morels.com reveal another season of anxious morel hunters in our area and elsewhere.
Butler County High School Science Club student and teacher members will be hosting a Fall Super Saturday on April 14, 2012, from 8:30am to 2:00pm with a theme of “Survivor.” Students will participate in a variety of biology, chemistry, physics, and earth science events, scavenger hunt, and build