On July 19, 2022 the Butler County Republican Party held their meeting at Kuntry Kitchen. Rebecca Raymer, candidate for House of Representatives, was in attendance and presented with a $1,000 check to assist her campaign.
Hello BCS Families! Below you will find useful information regarding your student's meals, breakfast and lunch menus, and meal accounts.
The Morgantown-Butler County Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting at the Butler County Senior Center on Friday, July 15.
Arm wrestling is one of the oldest sports in history dating back thousands of years and has fluctuated in popularity throughout the centuries and is now making a comeback again. Local resident A.G.
With summer in full swing, lawn and garden care are top priorities for many homeowners. However, pests can be a real hinderance to the success and health of your lawn and garden.
Gardens are beginning to bear the fruits of your labor. Soon, it will be time to start thinking about preserving some of that excess produce for winter months. Safety is of utmost importance for those of us preserving food, because improperly home-canned food can lead to foodborne illness.
WILLIAMSBURG, KY (07/11/2022)-- University of the Cumberlands would like to congratulate Jazmin Reynolds of Rochester, KY, on completing their Master of Arts Education in Literacy Specialist this July. Well done, Patriot!
Our tiny but mighty library has been very busy this summer hosting their weekly children's programs. This week’s program was heavily attended with Librarian Kathy Lawrence stopping the head count at 225 as children and their care givers continued to pack the conference room.
Art is a form of therapy. It's an outlet for frustrations, a long day, or to express yourself in a manner beyond words. While interviewing Ms. Cindy Howson, I was able to see through her work and her personal interview that art has been her life-long friend.
As part of The Green River Catfish Festival, the Butler County Family Resource Center sponsored an educational program from Real Science Programs. Held at the BCS Early Childhood Training Center, the building was packed Thursday to see wildlife biologist Brad Rey