Saturday, July 21, got off to a busy start for local firemen, emergency personnel, and law enforcement officers as fires, a wreck, and one meth arrest were reported.
A domestic dispute over a truck has resulted in the discovery of a stolen 10' trailer and two Henry rifles at a Butler County residence. Butler County Sheriff's Deputy Chris Reneer located the stolen trailer last night at 10366 Bowling Green Road while investigating a stolen truck.
Strong storms with high winds, heavy rain, and powerful lightning swept through Butler County and much of the surrounding region yesterday afternoon causing widespread damage. The first thunderstorm watches and warnings were issued for Butler County shortly after 5 p.m.
Vandals struck Fairview Community Health Center, better known as Dr. Douglas', in the overnight hours. According to police, two windows were broken when two objects were thrown at the windows. The clinic has boarded up the windows until repairs can be made. Police have no leads at this time.
Butler County Board of Education met in a special session Tuesday night. In the Superintendent’s Report, Scott Howard praised the Site Based Decision Making Council’s from North Butler Elementary and Butler County Middle School on their hard work in selecting new principals. Howard explained to
One man has been taken to the Butler County Jail after numerous reckless driver complaints were made against him. Dispatch first received complaints just after 1:30 pm against Steven T.
The burn ban that has been in effect for Butler County since June has been lifted.
Original post: 6/27/12
Butler County Middle School has a new assistant principal. BCMS Principal Robert Tuck announced last week that Tim D. Freeman has been named assistant principal at the school. Freeman is actually replacing Tuck, who was hired earlier this summer as the school's new principal.
In an effort to provide its clients with 24 hour banking services, PBI Bank recently installed an automated teller machine, or ATM, at its Morgantown location on G.L. Smith Street.
The Butler County Sheriff’s Department has recovered all stolen items from two recent break-ins. On July 11th a truck was broken into on the boat ramp at Woodbury. Again on July 12th another truck was broken into as well at the same location. Several items were taken along with three firearms.