The Butler County High School gymnasium was the site of the community Veterans’ program on Friday, November 11, 2011. Keynote speaker Captain Brian Duffy described the event best, “This community does an outstanding job of honoring your Veterans and teaching your children to do the same.”
The 2011 Morgantown Veterans Day Parade was held on Saturday, November 12. Local Veterans served as the Grand Marshals of the parade. The parade featured veterans from across the county along with local law enforcement and members of the Morgantown Fire Department.
The mission statement of the Morgantown Care and Rehab Hall of Fame Café speaks for itself: “To recognize, celebrate and honor those who have distinguished themselves through their success in public service; distinguished military service; professional accomplishments; c
FRANKFORT, Ky. (November 14, 2011) – (Left) Rep. Kim King, R-Harrodsburg (55th District) speaks with Rep. C.B. Embry, Jr, R-Morgantown (17th District) before the start of the November Interim Joint Committee on Agriculture meeting in Frankfort.
The Butler County Board of Education held its regular monthly meeting on November 8, at the Butler County Middle School. Ms. Vickie Cook was recognized for being named the Kentucky District Assessment Coordinator of the Year.
The Morgantown City Council took up a full agenda in Thursday night’s meeting, addressing the dispute between Gilbert Hack and the city, the conditions of the city park ballfields, city insurance, golf cart permitting, and sidewalk projects.
Four Butler County High School students have been recommended by faculty/staff members for October student of the month honors based on attendance, promptness to class, participation in class, grades or attitude. These students are Emily Rich, Jackson Washer, Summer Berry & Erica Morris.
“I am proud to join my fellow Kentuckians and all Americans today as we honor our veterans who bravely served our country and say, “thank you.”
Tuesday night’s Butler County Board of Education meeting had a very special guest, several visitors, and a distinguish honor for the district. Kentucky’s Commissioner of Education, Terry Holliday, Ph.D., was on hand as Morgantown Elementary received an Energy Star Award. MES was the fourth and