Jonell Fields had her eye on a nice lamp for Christmas and her $50 gift certificate from Beech Tree Media helped make that a reality. As the BTN Facebook Fan of the Month for November, Fields chose the Aberdeen Trading Post to spend the $50 she received as the monthly winner.
A stolen vehicle missing for three weeks has been recovered in Bowling Green.
FRANKFORT, Ky. -- Citizen Foster Care Review Boards for Breckinridge, Butler and Muhlenberg counties are seeking volunteers to make a difference in the lives of local children in foster care.
The Main Street economy of downtown Morgantown got a boost recently with the opening of a new furniture store. Brad and Tina Smart, residents of the Leonard Oak community, opened A Texas Feeling Rustic Furniture on Black Friday, November 25.
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Smith Funeral Home held a fundraiser on Sunday, December 4th, with all proceeds going to St Jude Children's Research Hospital. For a $25.00 donation participants could have Christmas themed photos made by Simply U Photography or have the name of a loved one placed on the Smith Funeral Home Wall
At its November 30, 2011 meeting, the Kentucky Registry of Election Finance unanimously re-elected Craig C. Dilger to serve as its Chairman, marking an unprecedented fifth consecutive term for the Louisville attorney. Registry member David R. Martin was re-elected as Vice-Chairman.
The Morgantown City Police have made arrests in an early week break-in at Pizza Zone in Morgantown. According to Officer Andy Gidcumb of the MPD four individuals have been arrested in connection with the burglary.
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 Circuit Clerk’s and Butler County Clerk's offices and cover November 1 – December 12, 2011.
Butler County Fiscal Court held its final regular session for 2011 on Monday night at the courthouse. All members were present.
The Butler County Board of Education held its monthly meeting Tuesday, December 13, at the Butler County Education Complex. Anita Cardwell, teacher at Butler County Middle School, was recognized for becoming a National Board Certified Teacher. Another middle school teacher, Kyllie Doughty, was