Have you ever wanted to fly a plane? Build a rocket? Now is the time to discover the thrill and magic of flight.
Monday, May 28 at 11:00, the annual Memorial Day program will be held on the courthouse lawn.
Whether you’re packing up your tent and sleeping bags for a weekend camping trip or simply planning an evening around a backyard fire pit, remember that garbage should never be burned in a campfire or fire pit.
The Morgantown City Pool is set to open on Saturday, May 26. Pool hours Monday through Saturday are 10 am to 5 pm. The pool will be open from 1 to 5 on Sundays. Children 15 and under can get in for $2.00 while everyone 16 and older will pay $4.00.
The Butler County High School gym was packed as friends and family members of the Class of 2012 gathered to watch their loved ones graduate. One hundred thirty-eight (138) graduates proudly crossed the stage and received their diplomas along with a handshake with Superintendent Scott Howard.
On the last day of school, members of the Green River Chapter NSDAR joined 5th Graders and their teacher, April Jackson in the Media Center at North Butler Elementary School to celebrate the hanging of the portrait of General George Washington.
Butler County Middle School Principal Jeff Jennings, faculty, and staff would like to congratulate the students who made the honor roll and had perfect attendance during the 4th nine weeks.
On Saturday, May 12th, the Butler County High School Rocket Team 2 competed and placed 61st in the Team America Rocketry Challenge (TARC 2012) at Great Meadow in The Plains, Virginia near Washington, D.C. The team reached this national level after placing in the Top 100 of 674 other competing te