Basketball action was hard to come by last week with it being a shortened school week due to Thanksgiving Break as well as College View out of Owensboro cancelling on the Bears Monday night. That left the Bears with only one game for the week, but it was quite a game. BCMS visited the Suns of M
Basketball season passes are on sale now in the front office of Butler County High School. Student passes are $10, Adult $40. This includes admission for all Freshman, JV, and Varsity home games. Gate admission is $4 nightly without the pass.
Thanksgiving weekend is traditionally the kickoff of rabbit and quail hunting across Kentucky.
Ahead of Tuesday's deadline, the St. Louis Cardinals added four players to their 40-man roster to protect them from being selected in next month's Rule 5 Draft. One player from Butler County, Keith Butler.
The Butler County Middle School 8th grade Girls Basketball Team has had a good year. They currently support a 9-7 record going into the final weeks of the season. They will be finishing up their season the first part of December where they will be playing in the Green River Valley Conference To
Butler County Middle School boys basketball began their season with a busy start last week under the direction of new head coach, Chris House, and new assistant coach, Adam Schartzer. Both 7th and 8th grade teams got off to a rocky start on their home season opener against McLean County. 7th gr
Aberdeen Grocery, Archery, and Bait Shop had a parking lot full of deer on Saturday morning, opening day of deer season. Pictured above is Warren Cameron, age 10, showing off his first deer. Warren's deer had a nice rack. Congratulations!!
Thousands of Kentucky hunters will hit the woods this Saturday, Nov. 10, the opening day of modern gun deer season.
A large crowd was on hand late Sunday night as the State Champion Butler County Middle School football team returned to Morgantown. An impromptu pep rally was held at the middle school gym and the team went on parade through town celebrating the championship.
The BCHS Bears football season came to a close on the road at Caldwell County High School last Friday night, falling to the #1 seed Caldwell County Tigers by the score of 51-14. The Bears, the #4 seed, came in as a heavy underdog.