Tuesday night, September 8, 2020, the Annual Farm Bureau meeting will go down in history as one like no other.
IN INVESTMENTS IN EDUCATION, HEALTH AND SAFETY NET PROGRAMS IN BUTLER COUNTY
Sherry Johnson, County Clerk, and her staff have been working with the State Election Board to make the General Election available to voters.
County farmer Betty Farris, directed $2,500 to Butler County 4-H Council through America’s Farmers Grow Communities, sponsored by the Bayer Fund.
When Roger Moore, of Morgantown, joined the Bowling Green Kennel Club in the early ‘70s, he had no idea that forty-odd years later he would be responsible for dispersing the last of the funds the club had collected.
Denny Drake, third generation manager, would like to thank all the farmers, hunters, customers and employees for ma
Despite efforts by many school districts across Kentucky to design instruction based on social distancing to limit m
Internet access continues to be a problem in Butler County, which has not gone unnoticed by local officials.
In honor of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution, which gave women the right to vote, Butler County Judge-Executive Tim Flener declared August 26 Women's Equality D