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Trinity Plunk, Smith Funeral Home Apprentice

Smith Funeral Home would like to introduce the newest staff member, Ms. Trinity Plunk. Ms. Plunk's employment began in December of 2021, and her apprenticeship started in April of this year. This young lady has a lifelong passion for serving her community. Therefore, she chose to attend school and earn her Associates in Mortuary Sciences, allowing her to be a Funeral Director and Embalmer.

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NBES Class Rosters 2022-2023

North Butler Elementary has released their classroom rosters for 2022-2023.

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MES Class Rosters 2022-23

Morgantown Elementary has released their 2022-2023 classroom rosters.

CLICK HERE Copy of MES Class Rosters 22-23.pdf

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Boys and Girls Club of Butler County

Boys and Girls Club of Butler County’s mission is to inspire and empower young people by offering meaningful opportunities that will enhance the quality of life for youth, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens. “Whatever it takes to create access and opportunities for all.”

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Candidate Rebecca Raymer receives check from Butler County Republican Party

On July 19, 2022 the Butler County Republican Party held their meeting at Kuntry Kitchen.  Rebecca Raymer, candidate for House of Representatives, was in attendance and presented with a $1,000 check to assist her campaign.

"I am so grateful and absolutely humbled that the Butler County Republican Party of Kentucky surprised me with this donation tonight," expressed Raymer.  She also thanked Chairman Osei Thomas for proposing the donation, Judge Tim Flener for making the motion, and all the members for making the unanimous vote.  

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BACK TO SCHOOL 2022-2023: School Nutrition News

Hello BCS Families! Below you will find useful information regarding your student's meals, breakfast and lunch menus, and meal accounts.  

1. Breakfast and Lunch meals are FREE for all Butler County students! For students to receive a free breakfast and lunch, he/she must take a full, complete meal. This is made possible through the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP). Please encourage your student to eat for free with us everyday in order to us to sustain this program!

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Senior Citizen Center opens in Morgantown

The Morgantown-Butler County Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting at the Butler County Senior Center on Friday, July 15. Manager Wanda Nevins welcomed everyone to the 104 North Warren Street location (basement of the Butler County Health Department).

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Mr. Jim Mitchell, Professional Arm Wrestler Visits Morgantown

Arm wrestling is one of the oldest sports in history dating back thousands of years and has fluctuated in popularity throughout the centuries and is now making a comeback again.  Local resident A.G. Van Fleet has had a growing interest in arm wrestling for a few years now, finally competing in his first competition this year. Not only does he truly love the sport, but he also wants to share it with others and introduce them to arm wrestling as well.

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Managing Kentucky’s Most Common Lawn Pest

With summer in full swing, lawn and garden care are top priorities for many homeowners. However, pests can be a real hinderance to the success and health of your lawn and garden. The most common lawn pest group in Kentucky are white grubs.

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Practice Safe Canning Practices this Summer

Gardens are beginning to bear the fruits of your labor.  Soon, it will be time to start thinking about preserving some of that excess produce for winter months.  Safety is of utmost importance for those of us preserving food, because improperly home-canned food can lead to foodborne illness. 

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