A single vehicle accident on Wednesday night sent two people to the Medical Center in Bowling Green. Shortly after 11:00pm emergency personnel responded to the accident on Hwy.
The Butler County Rural Development held its 55th annual meeting Saturday, November 3, at the Eva Hawes Ag Expo and Community Building. Big Bend, Little Muddy, Provo and Reedyville were represented at the meeting. The annual meeting is the highlight of the association’s year.
On Thursday, November 8, 2012, the Western Kentucky University Art Education Out reach Program preservice teachers, the Art, Physics and Chemistry students of Warren Central High School, and the Art students of Butler County High School will hold a combined Raku firing workshop on the campus of W
Are you thinking about our Veterans and how we can honor them? There are several activities listed below:1. Friday-- Nov. 9, 2012 at 9 am come out to the BCHS for the county wide Veterans Day Program sponsored by the Butler County Schools.
Dionne Merritt and Allen Meredith will be joining four incumbents - Sharon Johnson (Phelps), Terrell House, Russell Givens, and Gary Southerland - as members of a new Morgantown City Council that will take office in January. Current council member Rick Scott did not seek reelection.
Butler County residents are turning out to vote today. Most of precincts are reporting a good turn out and a steady flow of voters. The polls are open until 6:00pm tonight. Stay connected to Beech Tree News and WLBQ 1570 for your complete election coverage. Send us your "I Voted" picture.
The 2013 Calendar Girl/Centerfold Guy contest was held on Saturday night. Senior Sierra Fields was crowned Calendar Girl and will grace the cover of the calendar. She is the daughter of Greg and Michelle Fields of Morgantown.
Morgantown Care and Rehabilitation held its Hall of Fame Banquet on Thursday, November 1. Director of Volunteer Services, Shirley Allen welcomed a large crowd to the event.
The WLBQ 1570 AM Listener of the Month for October has been announced and Emmalen Embry is the lucky winner. Embry chose Green River Feed Mill to spend her $50 local gift certificate.
In an unprecedented move earlier this week, Morgantown Mayor Linda Keown interjected herself into the race for Morgantown City Council with an official endorsement of all current members who are running for reelection - Edra Dean Hampton, Terrell House, Sharon Johnson, Gary Southerland, and Russe