Lisa Lee, owner of Lee’s Family Daycare, in Morgantown, KY has made her dream a reality! Lisa Lee received notice October 15 that she had met and exceeded the criteria necessary to be rated as a 4-STAR early childhood setting!
The Jones family would like to express their appreciation for the outpour of support through gifts, food, thoughts, and prayers in memory of Brenda Jones. She will be greatly missed, but we are honored she touched so many lives through her short time here on Earth.
Brandon, Pam and Ann Claire Phelps would like to announce the new addition of Miles Alexander Phelps to their family. Alexander is the grandson of Miles and Wilma Tomes and Kevin and Debi Phelps and is the great-grandson of Darlene Tomes, June Humphrey and Bernice Phelps. Alexander was official
The Green River Baptist Church in Cromwell will host the Green River Hunter's Supper on Saturday, Nov. 12th from 5-7 p.m. Come win some door prizes and grab some free grub including soup, sandwiches, desserts, and drinks. Come show off your buck or tell everyone about the one that got away.!
The Christmas spirit was on full display at the Good News Community Center on Saturday as they presented their annual Christmas Craft Show. Shoppers were able to purchase everything from hand-crafted decorations to wreaths and Christmas gifts.
Cub Scouts Pack 208 invites all Military Veterans to Morgantown City Park Pavilion 3 on Saturday, November 12, 2011 at 10:30 am for a Stick Horse Rodeo. Events will include : barrel racing, bronco busting, roping, and bull riding. Boys will be making their own stick horses to show off and compe
Benefit Dinner and Auction for Bradley Wayne Cardwell on November 19, 2011 at 4:30 pm at the Butler County Conservation Club.
Christmas is coming! And you know what that means – your help is needed. Preparations are now being made for the annual “Operation Butler Co. Christmas Toys”. Request for monetary donations and toy collections are now in progress.
The 2010 US Census reported that poverty in America has increased for the fourth year in a row with over 15% of the population living in poverty. In the 10 county area served by Community Action of Southern Kentucky, this equals to 42,629 children, seniors and individuals living in poverty.
Morgantown Turned PINK on Sunday, October 30, in support of Breast Cancer Awareness. The event was organized by Audrey Porter and Becky Hankins. “We wanted to recognize the survivors and increase awareness of breast cancer,” said Porter.