A fake call made to a Morgantown Police Department number early Sunday morning - not 911 - resulted in the unnecessary dispatch of an array of Butler County law enforcement officers and emergency personnel.
Mary Kay Independent Sales Director Reaunetta Hatcher of Morgantown, KY is on the road to success. Hatcher has earned the use of a new Chevy Malibu sedan as a result of her outstanding achievements in operating her independent Mary Kay business.
Beech Tree News had previously looked at the boards serving the city of Morgantown.
Tori Fugate was elected Future Farmers of America President of the Green River Region on Tuesday, April 10th at Apollo High School in Owensboro, Kentucky. Each Year all FFA Chapters choose one member to represent their chapter and that person runs for Office to represent the Region.
Madison R. Embry, daughter of Sheri P. Embry and Richard Embry and senior at Butler County High, has had many experiences in school and the community. She has been active as BCHS Student Council as President, Beta Club as President, FCCLA, FBLA, and the foreign language club.
The Butler County Tourism Commission held its monthly meeting on April 12, at the Farm Boy Restaurant. Members present were Judge-Executive David Fields, Mayor Linda Keown, Roger Southerland, Diane Dyer, Brenda Longhofer, Doug Odle, Terrell House, Darrell Deweese, and Becky Hankins.
The Morgantown City Council met in regular session last night at the Eva Hawes Ag Expo and Community Center. Maureen Carpenter, who replaced Miller Slaughter as industrial recruiter, addressed the Council about recruitment activities and renewal of the city’s contract, which would be $20,600. C
Butler County Middle School was the site of an emergency exercise last Thursday afternoon. Butler County Schools coordinated with the emergency services of Morgantown and Butler County to plan the exercise.
Shortly after 1:00 am Easter morning a one vehicle wreck sent one Morgantown man to the hospital. The wreck occurred near 255 W GL Smith Street in front of King Drug and Home Care.
Butler County Fiscal Court met in regular session for approximately 68-minutes on Monday night. All members were present along with several county employees, elected officers, and interested parties.