Butler Countians along with others were invited to a one-time opportunity to view the damage to the Eggner’s ferry (Hwy 68-80) bridge across Kentucky Lake Saturday from 9 AM till 1 PM. The structure had been struck by a commercial ship during the night of January 26.
Eleven students representing school districts statewide have been selected to serve on the first Next-Generation Student Council, a new group formed by Kentucky Education Commissioner Terry Holliday.
A proposal to eliminate seven athletic teams at Butler County High School was the main topic of discussion at yesterday's monthly meeting of the school's site-based decision making council.
A small pickup truck and a large van collided earlier tonight on U.S. 231 in front of Aberdeen Grocery. Although substantial damage was done to both vehicles, especially the truck, no significant injuries were reported by either of the individuals involved.
"It's a whole lot easier to work together than to compete," says Rich Ellis, a new barber to Reed's Barber Shop. This was the driving force behind Ellis' decision to leave The Razor's Edge and join forces with Reed House.
The oldest restaurant in Morgantown reopened this morning after being closed down for two weeks. The Farm Boy opened its doors at 5:30 this morning and has had a steady stream of customers ever since.
Morgantown Volunteer Fire Department along with Second District and Fifth District Departments responded to a fire on the property of Lee and Marisa Smith of 93 Meadowlark Lane, off Logansport Road, on Monday afternoon.
Andrea’s Mission, a residential treatment program in Butler County for women battling drug addiction, held its first graduation on Sunday evening, January 29, at Cool Springs General Baptist Church. A large crowd gathered in support of the first three graduates, An
The Butler County Sheriff’s Department made arrests on a variety of offenses over the weekend. Misty Dawn Drake, 35, of Morgantown, was arrested on Thursday, January 26, by Sheriff Scottie Ward after a complaint that Drake was intoxicated and "out of control."
FRANKFORT, Ky. (January 27, 2012) – Rep. C.B.