According to Morgantown Mission Director, Garry McKinney someone broke into the Mission on Sunday, September 23rd. Workers found the cash register in the floor on Monday morning with the start up money missing. They gained entry through the back door and exited the building by the side door. T
Reed's Ferry is officially open as of today. A ribbon cutting ceremony was held this morning at the site. Those in attendance enjoyed a river cruise, with Blue, ferry operator, at the wheel. Butler County Judge Executive David Fields welcomed everyone.
Last week was National Driver Appreciation Week. Ingram Brothers held a breakfast and meeting to express their appreciation for their truck drivers and employees. At the meeting they also introduced a new employee benefits package. Not all drivers were able to attend the breakfast/meeting.
UPDATE: On Monday September 24, 2012, members of the Morgantown Police Department made three arrests in reference to the burglary that occurred at Charley Biggs restaurant that was reported on September 16, 2012.
After a conditional resignation and much discussion in the community, local school chief Scott Howard has decided to remain as superintendent with the Butler County School District. That decision was made official e
The Morgantown City Council’s called meeting last night may have been short, but it had impact when Mayor Linda Keown addressed the status of the Morgantown Police Department. Keown read a statement to the Council and audience with the stated intent to “put to rest” the issue of the MPD. Keown
The Butler County Board of Education released the agenda for a called meeting on Friday at 5:30 p.m. and according to item three, the board will be asked to consider the withdrawal of Superintendent Scott Howard's resignation.
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 Clerk and Circuit Clerk’s offices and cover August 24- September 12, 2012.
Kentucky State Police Capt. Brandon Hammers (center), a resident of Lancaster and native of Rochester, received his promotion certificate from Justice and Public Safety Cabinet Secretary J. Michael Brown (left) and KSP Commissioner Rodney Brewer (right). Hammers was promoted to captain on Aug.
University of Pikeville-Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine formally welcomed members of the Class of 2016 during a traditional White Coat Ceremony on Saturday, September 15, at 2 p.m. at the Eastern Kentucky Expo Center in Pikeville.