On Friday, January 13 Butler County Judge-Executive David Fields, along with Sr. Health Environmentalist Adam Massey of the Barren River District Health Department, proclaimed January as Radon Action Month in Butler County.
A driver apparently blacked out and lost control of his car Sunday afternoon, causing an accident at the end of Dunbar-Leetown Road.
Charles T. “Charlie” Black, 81 of Morgantown, Ky. passed away Saturday,January 14, 2012 at the Greenview Regional Hospital in Bowling Green, Ky. He was a Cherryville, North Carolina native and son of the late Clarence David and Dorothy Faye Grigg Black. Mr.
The Kentucky House passed the redistricting plan Tuesday and refused to make any changes proposed by the Republicans on Thursday.
The Butler County Board of Education held its monthly meeting Tuesday, January 10 at the Butler County Education Complex. Superintendent Scott Howard recognized several students for their accomplishments. Butler County High School Student, Ethan Jenkins, and Butler County Middle School student,
A pair of crashes closed a two separate highways in Butler County on Wednesday evening.
Darrell Deweese spent 13 years managing the local Houchens - a job where he carried out a few bags of groceries over the years. Now, several years later, Deweese has plans to cook some of those groceries and carry them out on plates at the Farm Boy Restaurant in Morgantown.
The Butler County Ambulance Service had its busiest year ever in 2011 making 2,228 calls from January 1 to December 31, 2011. A call, or run, is defined as members of Butler County Emergency Medical Services, or BCEMS, making contact with a patient.
An audit that has lasted over an year and has cost the county over $46,000 recommends that former Sheriff Joe Gaddie transfer $9,604 due the 2010 fee account from the tax accounts, deposit $3,570 in personal funds to cover undeposited receipts and disallowed expenditures, and then pay the additio