Should the freshmen class of 2012-2013 be on a block schedule( four one and a half hour classes) or a seven-period day( seven 45-minute classes)? That was the debate in a called meeting of the Butler County High School Site-Based Decision Making Council on Thursday, May 10.
A fire at the Bowling Green Pallet Company on Clarks Landing Road has destroyed a Butler County business and rattled the nerves of neighbors.
Christopher Allen Oaks, 19, and Tyler Dewayne Oaks, 20, both of Morgantown were arrested on Wednesday morning and charged with receiving stolen property ($10,000 or more), public intoxication controlled substance, criminal mischief first- degree, leaving the scene of an accident/fail to render,
Motorists traveling on KY 185 in north Warren County next week in the vicinity of Ivy Creek Bridge should be prepared to stop.
The Butler County Board of Education held their regular monthly meeting on Tuesday night at Butler County High School. Superintendent Scott Howard announced the upcoming retirement of North Butler Elementary Principal Elaine Daugherty. After 34 years of service Mrs.
Around 6:00 pm on Monday night a one-step active meth lab was found and destroyed by the Butler County Sheriff’s Department. After receiving a call from dispatch, Deputy Bobbie Hooten went to a residence on Easy Way in Morgantown, Kentucky. Ernest Drummer, 42, (who was currently wanted by anoth
The Butler County High School Choir presented its Big Blue Review and spring concert on Sunday, May 6 at Morgantown Community Church. It was a special event as students from past and present came out to honor Mr.
A cause championed by Circuit Clerks across Kentucky, including Butler County Circuit Clerk Melissa Cardwell, got a major boost last week when Facebook announced a new partnership with Donate Life America, the national organization dedicated to increasing the number of registered organ, eye and
Butler County held its 13th annual “Relay for Life” on Friday, May 4, and raised over $18,000 to aid in the battle against cancer.
The Butler County Water Plant was the scene of an emergency exercise recently when employees of the Butler County Water System and Warren Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation went through a drill designed to represent a power outage of more than six hours.