Luck was with Jennifer Drake Robbins twice last month as she was picked as the Beech Tree News Facebook Fan of the Month for October. As part of the BTN/Facebook promotion, Robbins was awarded a $50 gift certificate to the local business of her choice, which was Merle Norman in Morgantown.
According to Butler County Schools Superintendent Scott Howard, they have received calls from local businesses stating that someone called them claiming to be from Butler County High School and that they were collecting money for the school's latest fund raiser. Mr.
The annual Butler County DAR Christmas Home Tour will be held Sunday, December 4, 2011 from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. The cost is only $2 per home with all proceeds going to the DAR Scholarship fund.
Automotive company to create 25 new jobs, invest $8.8 million: Governor Steve Beshear today announced Daicel Safety Tube Processing, a Japanese automotive components manufacturer, will locate a new manufacturing facility in Beaver Dam, creating 25 new jobs.
As a follow-up to a breaking news brief initially posted late last night on the BTN News Ticker, two Butler County men are dead following a one-car accident in KY 185. Troopers Brian McKinney, Daren Phelps, Adam Morgan and Sgt.
Fire Departments from 5th District, 4th District, Bear Creek and Caneyville responded to a fire at 6822 Love Lee Road on Wednesday morning around 9:30am. A neighbor called and reported the fire, believed to have started from an electrical outlet in the living room.
A single vehicle accident on Tuesday, November 15, 2011 claimed the life of Frankie Kane Embry, 48 of Morgantown. The accident occurred on Rochester Road Hwy/70. Embry was traveling west bound in a Ford Explorer when he apparently lost control of the vehicle, left the road, striking a tree. Em