Butler County business owner, Linda J. Hawkins was invited to attend the 33rd annual Frankfort Kentucky Book Fair. In attendance were 4 new authors, with 6 new titles showcased, by Heart to Heart Publishing Inc. .
Although Kentucky Cooper was not on the agenda, discussion of the current situation with the company dominated last week's council meeting, which was held Thursday, November 13, at the Eva J. Hawes building.
The Butler County Board of Education met in regular session on Tuesday, November 11, at Butler County Middle School.
“You never know how many friends you have until a time of need,” you hear this quote often but Roger Tanner knew on Saturday as a continuous flow of people filled the 2nd District Fire Department. A fundraiser was organized by Barbara Duncan, Susie Schenborn, Becky Grise , Kathy Oberhau
The 2015 Calendar Girl is Molly Sanders. She is the daughter of Chris and Amiee Sanders of Morgantown. Nolan Johnson, son of Dan and Michaelle Johnson, is the Centerfold Guy.
BOOK IT!® Program Honors National Young Readers Week Nov. 10-14 With Principal Challenge- This year, Mr. Chad Flener, Assistant Principal at Morgantown Elementary, dressed as the Tooth Fairy and read in the front foyer of MES.
The Butler County Grand Jury returned indictments against 25 individuals on November 10, 2014. Arraignment date for all the individuals is December 9, 2014 at the Butler County Courthouse. Charges include sodomy, burglary, drugs, and flagrant non-support.
"These are the people who have given us freedom in our country," said U.S. Army veteran Doug Odle, referring to the veterans standing on the Butler County High School gynasium floor. Mr.
The Butler County Fiscal Court met for their regular November meeting in Monday night, November 10th. All members were present, as well as visitors from Ingram Brothers Trucking, Trane, and Baker Electromotive.
The Kentucky State Police recognized the promotion of 37 officers throughout the state at a ceremony held at the Thomas D. Clark Center for Kentucky History in Frankfort. One major, five captains, eight lieutenants and 23 sergeants were commissioned. Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient Sgt.