Officer James Embry is shown receiving his award for Most Impaired Driver Arrests for the Morgantown Police Department at the Governor’s Impaired Driving Enforcement Award Ceremony in Lexington. Presenting the award is Steve Waddle, State Highway Engineer. Congratulations Officer Embry.
"We are gathered here to pause, reflect, and honor our fellow comrades who are serving, who have served and those who have made the supreme sacrifice in the defense of our great nation."
Twelve students from the Great Onyx Job Corp, along with their teacher Timmy Basham, were welcomed to the Reedyville Rural Development Club on October 29, 2014. The students were there as a training/educational program to replace and repair pipes and drains in the community center. The students
The 12th Annual Quality Christmas Parade was held on Saturday, December 13, on Highway 106 near the Butler/Logan Co. line.
Elizabethtown, KY (Dec. 15, 2014) – More residents in Butler County now have access to 4G LTE, the most-advanced 4G network, on their Bluegrass Cellular mobile devices. Today, Bluegrass announced that it has expanded its 4G LTE network in and around Morgantown, Ky.
During a called meeting on Friday afternoon, the Morgantown Elementary Site-Based Decision Making Council principal selection committee voted unanimously to hire current Assistant Principal Chad Flener as the school's new principal.
The Morgantown City Council approved a new sidewalk project and the city’s insurance policy at their regular meeting Thursday, and it engaged in a debate on fundraising roadblocks within the city.
John W. Stroud, Commander-in-Chief will visit the local VFW Post 5837, Dec. 17, 2014. He will join us for lunch and the post is inviting all veterans to meet and greet the National Commander. Lunch will be served at noon and the Commander will arrive at 11:45 am.
The Butler County Board of Education met in regular session Tuesday, December 9. After calling the meeting to order, the agenda and minutes of the last meeting were approved and following the treasurer’s report, it was learned that the district is in slightly better financial shape than this ti
Animals found neglected and starving at a Rochester residence is expected to lead to charges of animal cruelty being filed against the homeowner, Sandra G. Clark, who is denying the charges.