The Butler County Board of Education met in regular session on Tuesday, January 8, at 6:30 p.m. at the Butler County Education Complex. Board members Karen Evans, Debbie Hammers, and Charles Price were administered the oath of office by David Tralbue.
Shortly after 9 A.M, a two vehicle collision occurred on the William H. Natcher Parkway near the Cool Springs overpass.
The WLBQ 1570 AM Listener of the Month for December has been announced and Debi Phelps is the lucky winner. Phelps chose Drakes’ Farm Store to spend her $50 local gift certificate. Isabella Faye Embry presented Phelps with her certificate.
Butler County Coroner Gerald "Marty" Jones IIDeputy Coroners Brian McKinney and Terry Hunt
In 2012 there were 35 coroner calls made by the Butler County Coroner's Office and 10 provisional of death reports signed for cremation to be performed.
Survey will help plan strategy for improved system. In 2035, what will be our transportation needs for Kentucky? Will our focus be on maintaining and improving existing roadways, constructing new roads, or issues concerning other modes of transportation?
Butler County Sheriff Scottie Ward released the 2012 Annual Report for the Butler County Sheriff’s Department. Part time Deputies Travis McIntosh and Charlie Tomes joined the department while Bobbie Hooten left in 2012.
A local man, facing a plethora of criminal charges, was set to be arraigned yesterday, Friday, January 4, in Warren Circuit Court.
The city of Morgantown's Board of Adjustments met Thursday night, January 3, before a crowd of mostly Chickasaw Drive residents.
Morgantown Chief of Police J.R. Wilkins released the following information for the Morgantown Police Department. The police department saw several changes during 2012.
Star Tek Recycling, the premiere recycling business serving Butler County has been in the process of expanding its service and location over the last year by constructing an enormous building on the former Dewayne Johnson lot.