It’s tipoff time for the basketball teams at Butler County High School. The Bears and Lady Bears will see their seasons start this week and both teams will hit the hardwood this year with plenty of new faces and expectations for the upcoming season.
Butler County Middle School boy's basketball had a busy week. The Bears started the week with their first home game of the season facing arch rival Grayson County. The bears proved to be too much for the Cougars in both 7th and 8th grade games.The 7th grade came out strong in the first quarter
With the 2011-12 Butler County High School basketball season set to kick off next week, the Bears and Lady Bears are planning a meet the team night. Dubbed "Meet the Bears and Lady Bears," the event will be held tomorrow night, Tuesday, November 22, beginning at 6 p.m.
Garrett Embry bagged this 9 point buck on Saturday. The proud hunter has been well trained by his Dad. Garrett is the son of Michael and Jan Embry and the brother of Mary Beth. Congratulations Garrett!!!!!
Excellent breeding conditions this past year in the northern Prairie region and Canada should mean productive hunting for the opening of duck season Thanksgiving Day.
Members of the Butler County Cross-Country team competed in the 2011 KHSAA Cross Country State Championship Meet on November 12, 2011. The event took place in Lexington at the Kentucky Horse Park.
Approximately 400 people enjoyed a perfect night for a bon fire and festivities November 11, at Drake’s Farm Service Hunters’ Night Out, the night before gun season for deer began in Butler County. There were out of state folks from Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Iowa, and Tennessee. Everyone enjoy
The BCHS Bears knew that a rematch with Owensboro Catholic was a chance to prove to the Aces that the Bears had improved; it didn’t take long.
BCMS boy’s 7th and 8th grade basketball season kicked off Monday, November 7th with a road trip to Edmonson County. The 7th grade team wasted no time letting everyone know that they are going to be a force to be reckoned with all year long. With a strong starting five and a deep bench, the Bear
Poor spawns from 2005-2007 impacted the numbers of young white crappie in Kentucky Lake, resulting in spotty fishing for white crappie over the last several years.