The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, www.childwelfare.govproclaims April as National Child Abuse Prevention Month.
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 March 16 – March 31, 2012.
The members of the Butler County Fiscal Court had a special called meeting on Tuesday night. The meeting was held in the auxiliary court chambers behind the County Judge Executive’s office.
"We at the Mission would like to thank those who support the ministry here. We are blessed to be supported by the postal employees, various school classes and organizations, many Churches, giving individuals, and various community organizations.
Tyrone Rife said he didn't even know that he had been selected as the March Beech Tree News Fan of the Month until he received calls and text messages from friends.
Budget Agreement, War against Drugs Top Work in Last Full Week of 2012 Session: The 2012 Legislation Session is down to the final days, and the good news from this week is for the first time in three sessions we will leave Frankfort with a budget agreement.
Part of Butler County history, the former Gulf Station on Main Street in Morgantown was destroyed today to make room for the new Morgantown Mission Building. According to Garry McKinney, Mission
For the majority of us, what we know about the Middle East comes from the evening news or headlines that pop up on the internet. For Kentucky National Guard Major Lawrence (Allen) Joiner, the knowledge comes first hand. Major Joiner, a 24-year veteran, spent the twelve months of 2005 in Iraq, a
Butler County Area Technical Center has selected (5) students to represent each class for the first quarter of the year. Each of these students displays leadership qualities that made them eligible for this award. Congratulations to each one.
The Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony on behalf of Morgantown Bank & Trust as they celebrated the Grand Opening of their new location at 1840 Christian Care Way in Bowling Green, Ky. This is the second location the bank now has in Bowling Green.