On Thursday August 28, the monthly Chamber of Commerce luncheon was held at the Butler County Extension office.
The Morgantown City Council finalized the real estate/tangible tax rate and discussed traffic problems around MES and BCMS at a called meeting Tuesday night. The Industrial Holding Corporation also met but mostly in closed session.
Lawrence R. Freeman, 64, of 1043 Dimple Road, Morgantown, was arrested Tuesday morning in Russellville and charged with first degree robbery. At approximately 9:45 a.m. the Logan County Sheriff’s Department was notified of an armed robbery at the Lewisburg Banking Company in Lewisburg, Kentucky.
United States Senator Mitch McConnell made a stop in Morgantown on Thursday. He was campaigning in the western half of the state as he continues to find himself in a hotly contested reelection bid against Democrat challenger Allison Lundergan-Grimes.
On Wednesday, August 27th, between 3:00-4:00pm, a caravan of between 500-1000 beautiful Corvettes has selected Morgantown for a brief rest spot. A portion of the caravan begins in the Pacific Northwest, picking up participants along the way as they travel for several days before joining the Kans
The Butler County Fiscal Court had a busy week last week with two called meetings to take care of time sensitive issues. On Tuesday the court approved a resolution and agreement from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet regarding $200,000 for the rural secondary road fund. According to Butler Co
Butler County Schools is a rural school district with an enrollment of 2,200 students and four classroom buildings totaling approximately 300,000 square feet of space.
Kentucky Farm Bureau’s (KFB) Board of Directors met today with U.S. Senate candidates Mitch McConnell and Alison Lundergan Grimes to discuss positions on issues affecting the state’s agriculture industry, farm families and rural communities.
Congressman Brett Guthrie (R), who represents Kentucky’s 2nd Congressional District which includes Butler County, was in Morgantown on Thursday, as a part of his tour of county seats in his district.
On Friday, August 15, 2014, Chief Charles Swiney responded to the Eastside Church of Christ regarding a burglary complaint. Bob McPherson responded as a representative of the Church. Upon further investigation, it was discovered nothing was taken. Entry was gained by someone prying open the ba