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Free Music downloads at B.C. Public Library? YES!

The Butler County Public Library (B.C.P.L.) has always been known for its books but now music is also included in its inventory.  The library offers popular MP3 music downloads from its website -http://www.bcplky.org/index.htm. The library is partnering with "freegal music" at www - an online music site.  It can be accessed at http://bcplky.freegalmusic.com/homes/index.

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B.C. Foster Care hosts Santa's Lil Angels pageant

Girls (5-7 years):  1st place - Jenna Brooke Tomes, age 5, parents Brandon and Deana Jo Tomes;  2nd place - Mollee Gail Neighbors, age 7, parents Eddie and Emilee Neighbors;  3rd place - Parker Reese Willoughby, age 6, parents Travis and Ashley Willoughby

Smiles were all around and the Christmas spirit was in the air on Saturday, December 6, for the 2nd annual Santa's Lil Angels Beauty Pageant sponsored by the Butler County Foster Care Association.  The event was held at Butler County High School  and featured "Christmas Attire Only."  

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16th Annual Jakes Day held last weekend

A total of 88 young anglers took part in the 16th Annual Butler County Longbeard's Jakes Day event last weekend on the Haynes Family property in the Leonard Oak community of  Butler County.

Bayleigh Alford 

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BtN/WLBQ Halloween Pics - Part VI

A diverse group of critters and creatures, ghouls and goblins made their way to the Beech Tree News/WLBQ office on Halloween night as trick-or-treaters.  They were greeted by the Beech Tree Bear and plenty of candy.  

"We love Halloween and look forward to seeing all the kids drop by our office to trick-or-treat," said Diane Dyer, BtN president.  "It's a good event for our community and we're happy to be a part of it."  

Above are a few of the photos from Halloween night.  More will be posted over the coming days.   

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Gary Southerland: THANK YOU!

Thanks EVERYONE for your vote and confidence. Congratulations to all that won especially Dionne & Allen. Thanks to all the other candidates for their hard work and sacrifice. Thanks to Rick and Dean for their service in Morgantown City Government. Thanks to the Banner Republican, Beech Tree News and QP for their coverage of all candidates. I’m excited about our Future.

Thanks again

Gary Southerland-Morgantown City Council

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Allen Meredith: Thanks to the Citizens of Morgantown

I want to thank all of the citizens of Morgantown who participated in the 2012 election. A special thank you to those who put their trust in, and voted for me to represent them on the Morgantown City Council. I also want to thank Beech Tree News and WLBQ for allowing me to express my thoughts to our fellow citizens through their media group. Thank you to all of my family and friends for your encouragement and support. I look forward to working for you and our hometown on the council. 

 

Allen L. Meredith

312 North Main Street 

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Making a Living: A Memoir of a Rural Kentucky Girl

Author Marilyn Gidcumb Konstanty

When Marilyn Gidcumb Konstanty decided to put her memories of growing up in Butler County on the written page, she waivered between making it a work of fiction or a straight-forward memoir.  Luckily for her readers, she went with memoir.  Her book MAKING A LIVING: A MEMOIR OF A RURAL KENTUCKY GIRL, tracks her life in rural Butler County from 1950 (her birth) to 1968 (her graduation from high school), with revisits from 2014 to 2018.  It is an honest look at the daily struggles farm families of that time faced.

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Hood's Market Celebrates 20 Years

In June 2000 Mark Hood took on a new business project when he purchased what is now known as Hood’s Market.  Mark, son of the late Bill and Regina Hood, was no stranger to running a local business for the people of Butler County. Over the past 20 years the little market on the corner of Sawmill Road and Hwy 231, has been through some major renovations. 

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Cancer and Compassion Don Lindsey's Story

Melanie Wilson and Don

I'm writing this in the hopes of helping someone else and emphasizing that "Compassion is a Choice. "

 

December 2017, Dr. Matthew Rutter, Oncologist, walked in the room and told me I had prostate cancer, but it was treatable, I would not die from it.

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Lee named to Dean's List at Georgetown College

Ernest Lee, son of Jeff and Lisa Lee of Morgantown, KY has been named to the Dean's List  at Georgetown College.  The Dean's List is made up of students earning a 3.7 GPA or higher with twelve college credits or more.  Ernest, a 2018 graduate of Butler County High School has just completed his first year at Georgetown after transferring from WKU.   Ernest is majoring in Political Science. 

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