Beech Tree News provides courthouse statistics on a regular basis. Courthouse information provided in this article is a matter of public record. The following records are from the Butler County County Clerk and Circuit Clerk’s offices and cover April 1 – April 30, 2012.
One suspect has been placed behind bars, another has fled the area after an early morning visit from the police on Tuesday. Deputy Heath West of the Butler County Sheriff's Department received a tip about the whereabouts of wanted felon Jarrod Wilkerson and responded to 40 Jolertown Rd.
Butler County High School students and their teacher, Brandon Embry were honored on Friday, April 27th in Louisville at the Pendennis Club for placing first in the State in the Economics Challenge.
One of the biggest nights of the school year, Prom Night, was held on Saturday. Shopping, hair and nail appointments, and tanning bed visits were all on the list of things to do this past week. The parking lot filled up quickly for all those wanting to get a glimspe of the couples and singles a
The Butler County High School SUPA program has been very well known for years about putting on some amazing plays. This year though they gave a performance suited for all ages, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Everybody is very familiar with the two movies versions of Charlie and the Chocolat
Motorists can expect slow moving traffic on US 231 between the Gasper River Bridge and Hadley School Road (mm 21-mm 22) as KYTC crews make slide repairs beginning today.
The Morgantown-Butler County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the newly opened Déjà Vu Consignments on Friday, April 27. Déjà Vu Consignments, owned by Danny and Terri Sallee, has everything to offer from clothes and jewelry to televisions and computers.
The 2012 Relay for Life will be held on Friday May 4th at the BCHS football and track field. The opening ceremony will be at 6:00 p.m.
Friendly Furniture has been open for business in Morgantown for over 40 years, however, that will soon come to an end. Owners Bill and Vicky Freedle say that with the economy the way it is, and some health issues, it's just time for the store to go.
Three Butler County High School students have been accepted to the prestigious Governor's Scholars Program. Juniors Alex Hall, Sierra Fields, and Austin VonAxelson will spend five weeks of their summer living and studying on a college campus with other high school juniors.