COVID-19 continues to force us to make changes to our everyday lives. Many young Kentuckians are going to school virtually and nearly all extracurricular activities and events, like 4-H, continue to be canceled, postponed, rescheduled or delivered online.
Those interested in maple syrup will have an opportunity to participate in a unique program that will address both production and consumption of maple syrup. This program has been developed by the Butler County Extension Office to be delivered by a series of videos with some zoom programming. I
“Of all the people Santa sees this year, I feel sure you’re one of the best, but if you don’t believe
If the thought of facing a long winter without straight-from-the-garden freshness makes you sad, weep no more. It’s easy as tomato pie to grow your own produce indoors.
Many youth receive money or gift cards during the holidays. This is a perfect time for parents to teach them about wise financial management.
Black vultures are native to Kentucky. As a result, they are present here year-round, but you may be seeing more of them now for a few reasons.
On a humid mid-June Sunday morning, songs of praise could be heard echoing across the farm bottoms of the Green River. Those melodies were resounding from a small cabin atop a hill that overlooked a lake in Woodbury, Ky. Not the typical setting for Sunday morning worship service these days. Ne
The Butler County Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution proudly announces the return of the annual Festival of Trees. In the past, the Festival of Trees has been held in a local venue where participants displayed their tree for public viewing.