One of the largest Christmas parades was held on Saturday. The streets were lined three to four people deep all along the parade route. Children went home with their sack full of candy and Santa came to Morgantown. Parade Winners were:
A single-vehicle accident took place earlier today and may have been caused by slick road conditions. According to sources, a car collided with a tractor trailer in the southbound lane on the William Natcher Parkway near the Cool Springs bridge overpass in Butler County.
“We try to get people together as a community. One of the most thrilling things that happens is the festival of trees.
At its November 28, 2012 meeting, the Kentucky Registry of Election Finance unanimously re-elected Craig C. Dilger to serve as its Chairman, marking an unprecedented sixth consecutive term for the Louisville attorney.
UPDATE: Peter Patel, the injuried clerk, is home from the hospital and recovering. He is expected to return to work soon.
A Butler County woman was sent to the hospital for treatment following a single-vehicle accident. Nicole Green, of Morgantown, was traveling on KY 70 Brownsville Road when she lost control of her 2002 Ford F-150 pick-up causing the truck to flip.
Around 8:00 am emergency personnel was dispatched to 3313 Logansport Road in response to smoke coming from a home. According to the Butler County tax roll the home belongs to Linda Embry. The fire was contained to one room and the home sustained smoke damage. Nobody was at ho
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 November 9-21, 2012.
The Planning and Zoning Commission will meet in regular session on Tuesday, December 4, at 6 PM at the Eva J. Hawes Agriculture Exposition and Community Center Building.Agenda:1. Call to Order2. Approval of Agenda
Shortly after 7:00pm on Saturday evening, Morgantown Volunteer Fire Department, Fifth District Volunteer Fire Department, and Fourth District Volunteer Fire Department responded to a possible structure fire at 185 Threlkel Cemetery Road. Upon arriving, firemen found the two story house fully eng