Kylee Meza is the 2012 Calendar Cover Girl and Billy Durbin is the Centerfold Guy. Meza and Durbin were crowned Saturday night at the 2012 Calendar Girl/Centerfold Guy contest. The contest was sonsored by the Butler County High School FCCLA.
On November 9, 2011, at 1:00 PM the first ever Nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System will be conducted. Don’t be alarmed when television and radio broadcasts are interrupted for the test. If you have a Weather Radio it will be activated during the test.
The 4th annual Comfort Foods for the Holiday was held on Saturday, October 29 at the Education Complex in Morgantown. Becky Hankins and Barbara Sullivan raised $650 for the American Red Cross. Cooks from all over Butler County and a couple from other counties shared their favorite recipes.
At 8:46 A.M. (CST) Kentucky State Police Bowling Green responded to I 65 southbound around the 53 mile point. The collision occurred approximately one mile North of Cave City, Kentucky.
Nearly two decades in the making, the William H. Natcher Parkway Extension was opened to traffic today following a celebration for the two-mile section of roadway.
The Morgantown-Butler County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting at SERVPRO, located at 446 Industrial Drive South in Morgantown. SERVPRO specializes in water, fire, smoke and mold damage remediation, removal, repair and restoration. Owners Barb Higdon and Trent Young’s goal is to make e
Senate President and Republican Gubernatorial Candidate David Williams, his wife Robin, and Agriculture Commissioner and Lt.
Opening a small business can be an uphill battle in this economic climate, but a new restaurant, The Wonderful Pig, is open and ready for business in Dunbar.
Heritage Animal Hospital opened its doors in 1984 under the watchful eye of Dr. Van Cohron. They have been providing skilled veterinary care in the Butler County area ever since. Now, that tradition continues under new ownership. Dr.
The 2011 slate of Democrat candidates for state offices rolled into Morgantown by motor coach Tuesday at noon. Speaking on the courthouse lawn were Former Kentucky Governor and U.S. Senator, Wendell H. Ford; Kentucky first lady, Jane Beshear; Lt.