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Frank Hobbs Paintings Displayed at Butler County Arts Guild

Following in the footsteps of many accomplished artists in his family, including aunts uncles and his mother, Frank Hobbs, a few years retired, has time to pursue painting.

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National 4-H Goes Virtual

Date:  10-7-2020

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25th Wedding Anniversary

Come join Pat and Amy as they celebrate their 25th Wedding Anniversary together.Friends and family are welcome to attend.  The celebration will be held Sunday afternoon from 2pm until 4pm at the Paul Lawrence Recreation Building, located above Carve Rock Church.  Address is 4375 Russellville Road, Morgantown, Kentucky.

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BC Drug Free

Every day in the United States, approximately 1600 youth smoke their first cigarette, while nearly 200 youth start smoking every day.  Talk to your children about the dangers of smoking.  Preventing tobacco product use among youth is critical to ending the tobacco epidemic in the U.S.

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Coronavirus Food Assistance Program – Round 2 for Farmers

Butler County farmers, whose farming operation has been damaged by market disruptions from Corona Virus, can apply for CFAP 2 program funds through the USDA FSA Office here in Morgantown.  Earlier this year, the CFAP program provided much needed financial assistance to many of the farms in our county.  The signup period for CFAP 2 is from now until December 11, 2020.  Most of the farm commodities produced on Butler County farms are eligible to participate.  Beef Cattle producers are eligible to participate in this program

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BC Drug Free

Do you know the average age a person begins smoking cigarettes?  According to the CDC, nearly 9 out of 10 adults who smoke cigarettes on a daily basis try their first ever cigarette by age 18.  Tobacco product use is started and most often established during adolescence. 

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Alternative Grain Storage Tips

Truck unloads corn at Green River Feed Mill

Alternative storage structures have become more common across the state in recent years, as producers hold larger amounts of grain in anticipation of better marketing opportunities. Equipment storage buildings, grain bags and covered outdoor piles are some of the more common alternative storage structures we see producers using. 

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Leaf Prints are a Fun Introduction to 4-H Forestry

Date:  9-23-2020

Phone:270-526-3767

 

Leaf Prints are a Fun Introduction to 4-H Forestry

 

We may think more about trees in autumn as we watch their colorful displays, but trees provide so many more benefits to us than just fall color. Converting carbon dioxide to oxygen, helping lower our energy costs, serving as a wildlife habitat and playing a crucial role in Kentucky’s economy are just some of the many benefits of our state’s trees.

 

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Morgantown Nazarene Celebrates New Sanctuary with Open House

Pastor Ruth and husband Neal Morgan

Sunday, Pastor Ruth and Neal Morgan were excited to greet everyone at the Open House, and both were giving tours of all the work that has been accomplished.

 

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Fall Is a Good Time to Plant Trees and Shrubs

 

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