The Butler County Little League is NOW taking registrations for FALL baseball! This includes TINY TOTS and TBALL as well as Rookie, Minor and Major leagues!
The 2015 edition of the BC Bears began daily football practice July 15. The Bears in the off season have put in months of strength training and conditioning in anticipation for the upcoming season. The Bears practice daily from 8-11am and will continue until the opening day of school, with the
The South Western Championship Swim Meet was held on Saturday, July 25, 2015 at the Morgantown City Pool.
The BCHS Cross Country team will begin practice on August 3rd at 7:00pm behind Morgantown Elementary School. Butler County Students grades 4 and up are welcome to come and join the team. There will be a two week tryout period for new members.
Butler County Cancer Assistance hosted a 5K Glow Run/Walk on Friday evening starting at Butler County Middle School. Trophies and medals were awarded to the following:
The 3rd Annual Stan England Charity Golf Scramble will be held this Saturday at The Golf Course at Riverview in Bowling Green. All proceeds from the event will go to fund the Boys & Girls Club of Butler County.
As dead period comes to an end, both the girls and boys golf teams will be starting practice soon. Due to possible high heat indexes, both teams will have morning practices. KHSAA requires all athletes to get a physical each year in order to participate in any sport, including golf.
Butler County Cancer Assistance will host a 5K Glow Run/Walk on July 17, 2015 starting at Butler County Middle School. Registration starts at 6:30pm with the race at 7:30pm. Entry fee is $10.
The Green River Catfish Festival 3-on 3 mens' basketball tournament was held Saturday, June 27 at the Butler County Middle School gym. With four teams in the field, Baker Gardner's State Farm team took the top prize in the double elimination tournament. Gardner is the new State Farm agency mana
FRANKFORT, Ky. – A few paces inside a tree line that borders an open field thick with chest-high grass lies a tangle of narrow, sun-dappled game trails just a stone’s throw from the Kentucky River below.