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Welcome to Butler County.  This is the official website of Butler County, Kentucky.  Butler County has small town charm and is within a short drive to several larger cities.  Come and see what it is like to live in a community where you know your neighbor.

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Current County Burn Ban Info
County Burn Ban Information. If you have further questions concerning Butler County call (270) 526-3433.
 

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Butler County
Local Government

P.O. Box 626
Morgantown, KY 42261

(270) 526-3433 or
(270) 526-3958 - Office
(270) 526-5001 - Fax

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Drug Free Coalition Forming

Butler County has a chance at a very exciting opportunity.  Friday, April 1, several members of the community met to discuss the possibility of starting a Butler County Drug Free Coalition.  Rhonda Vaughn, Drug Court Program Supervisor, said she has been interested in starting a drug free coalition for quite some time.  Vaughn started going to Ohio County’s Drug Free Coalition, Together We Care meetings, and said she thought the things they were doing would be great in our community.

According to Vaughn, “The coalition would provide education to our youth about how to live a drug and alcohol free life.”  Vaughn organized the first meeting, inviting several people from different sectors.

Future meetings are planned as the group continues to explore new avenues to address youth related drug issues in Butler County.


Last Updated 8/28/2014
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