UPDATE: Officer Taulbee had been dispatched to the scene of a possible attempted break-in of an apartment according to Hodgenville Mayor Terry Cruse.It’s unclear what led to Taulbee’s pursuit of a silver Nissan Altima, driven by Jason Alvis, 29, of Hodgenville.
Graves Gilbert Clinic announced today that contract negotiations with Anthem Insurance have come to a standstill. The Clinic has successfully negotiated contracts with all other major insurance companies and can’t understand why Anthem has refused to agree to fair terms, as well.
Butler County Fiscal Court held a called meeting on Thursday, September 13, at 2:30pm. Magistrates Stevie Givens, David Whittinghill, Chad Tyree, and Johnny Tuck were in attendance. The first item
Installation of software and cameras for Kentucky’s new driver’s license will require a one-day suspension of license-issuing activity in theButler County Circuit Court Clerk’s office on Wednesday, September 19.
For animal lovers, the unthinkable has happened to a dog in Butler County. Someone partially constricted the dog’s airway and dropped him off in the Rochester area.
A Morgantown man is in custody tonight after he drove his pick-up truck into a mobile home. Edward W.
On the morning of Wednesday, September 12th Jane Henderson and Linda Knight of Butler County DAR met with County Judge Executive David Fields, Mayor Linda Keown, and Butler County School Superintendent Scott Howard as they signed a proclamation declaring that September 7 through the 23rd be dubb
On Tuesday, September 11th, the 74th Annual Butler County Farm Bureau Membership meeting was held at the Eva J. Hawes Agriculture Expo and Community Center. Butler County Farm Bureau Insurance and Air Evac were present with promotional material for members and door prizes.
Butler County School Board voted 4-0 to hire an interim superintendent and had a lengthy discussion about upcoming band trips during their regular meeting on Tuesday, September 11. Board members Karen Evans, Delbert Johnson, Deborah Hammers and Amy Hood-Hooten were in attendance.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Rep. Ed Whitfield, (KY-01), Chairman of the House Subcommittee on Energy and Power, released the following statement today marking the 11th Anniversary of the terrorist attacks on our nation on September 11, 2001.