Butler County Times Gazette
Posted at 10:00 AM

The Kirby-Morris/ Carlson Homeward Bounders Relay For Life team is holding a fundraiser for the American Cancer Society Thursday at Willie’s Sports Bar and Grill, 151 N. Main, El Dorado.

Posted at 10:00 AM

The Kirby-Morris/ Carlson Homeward Bounders Relay For Life team is holding a fundraiser for the American Cancer Society Thursday at Willie’s Sports Bar and Grill, 151 N. Main, El Dorado.

Updated at 9:57 AM

WARNING: Today’s column will include repeated uses of the phrase “SUPER LICE.” If you are like me — which you are not, unless you’re currently hopscotching around the room squealing “ew ew ew ew” and flailing your hands around like a Motown backup...

Updated at 9:48 AM

I heard from many union teachers from across the state. As a matter of fact they overwhelmed my cell phone, keeping me from staying in contact with my local constituents, as I would normally do. The union doesn’t like this legislation, nor...

Updated at 9:39 AM

Q: Hi, Greg. I’d like to know your opinion of Buick versus Pontiac and the decision to keep Buick and drop Pontiac by General Motors (GM). I’ve read your columns on Buick’s popularity in China as being the major reason, but from your way of putting...

Updated at 9:20 AM

Augusta residents said goodbye to Lynne Holloway on Thursday at a special farewell reception held at the Augusta Public Library

Updated at 9:18 AM

Area city councils will meet tonight.

Updated at 9:14 AM

Catherine M. (Vestring) LaForge, 61 of El Dorado, passed away on Friday, March 4, 2014 in Wichita.

Updated at 9:03 AM

One of the most worthwhile projects of the Augusta Lions Club is the eye screening program. This program is specifically for the detection of eye problems in children.

Updated at 9:02 AM

In Celebration of National Public Health Week, the Butler County Health Department will have the following activities throughout the week:

Updated at 8:59 AM

The summer hours are now in effect for the Augusta compost and limb yard.

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Updated at 9:57 AM

WARNING: Today’s column will include repeated uses of the phrase “SUPER LICE.” If you are like me — which you are not, unless you’re currently hopscotching around the room squealing “ew ew ew ew” and flailing your hands around like a Motown backup...

Updated at 9:48 AM

I heard from many union teachers from across the state. As a matter of fact they overwhelmed my cell phone, keeping me from staying in contact with my local constituents, as I would normally do. The union doesn’t like this legislation, nor...

Updated at 9:39 AM

Q: Hi, Greg. I’d like to know your opinion of Buick versus Pontiac and the decision to keep Buick and drop Pontiac by General Motors (GM). I’ve read your columns on Buick’s popularity in China as being the major reason, but from your way of putting...

Updated at 9:20 AM

Augusta residents said goodbye to Lynne Holloway on Thursday at a special farewell reception held at the Augusta Public Library

Updated at 9:18 AM

Area city councils will meet tonight.

Updated at 9:14 AM

Catherine M. (Vestring) LaForge, 61 of El Dorado, passed away on Friday, March 4, 2014 in Wichita.

Updated at 9:03 AM

One of the most worthwhile projects of the Augusta Lions Club is the eye screening program. This program is specifically for the detection of eye problems in children.

Updated at 9:02 AM

In Celebration of National Public Health Week, the Butler County Health Department will have the following activities throughout the week:

Updated at 8:59 AM

The summer hours are now in effect for the Augusta compost and limb yard.

Updated at 8:58 AM

Prairie Hills Southern Baptist Church welcomed the Singing Churchwomen of Oklahoma choir, conducted by Dr. Randy C. Lind, on Thursday evening.

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