He’s not flashy or overly dramatic, but just being himself worked perfectly for Rob Bromley at WKYT-TV (Channel 27) in Lexington for just over 40 years.
Butler County Middle School football was back in action last week with games against Edmonson County and Russellville. On Tuesday night, the Wildcats of Edmonson County traveled to Butler County to take on the Bears. The 7th-grade team fell to the Wildcats by a score of 10-0. The Bears continu
After having the August 31st game with Logan County cancelled due to the incoming weather from hurricane Harvey, the Bears played district perennial powerhouse Meade County at home. In the five years since redistricting for soccer, Meade County has won the district all five times. Meade showed
The Butler County Middle School Football team was in action this past week with a game on Tuesday at Ohio County and a make-up game at home on Thursday with Hancock County. Both 7th and 8th grade teams continue show
The Butler County Bears dropped a 42-13 decision last week on the road against border rival Edmonson County. The Bears held their own during the first half, trailing only b
Several Bear fans made the trip to Edmonson County on Friday night. Butler County fell to the Wildcats 42-13 as five starters were on the sidelines with injuries. The fans did not let the Bears down. Hope you enjoy...
FRANKFORT, Ky. (Sept. 1, 2017) — The morning air is crisp and comfortable. Dew blankets the grass and clings to spider webs that glisten as the sun’s rays find them.
After a week 1 that showed promise and potential for the 2017 Boys Soccer Bears, two home games were scheduled for week 2.
Fresh off a win the Butler County Bears girls' soccer team was excited to play against the Todd County Rebels on August 17. This was a varsity only match.
The opening week for soccer in Kentucky saw the Butler County Bears scheduled for three games.