Butler County Times Gazette
Updated at 5:29 PM

Butler softball coach Doug Chance hit a career milestone with his 400th victory on Sunday with a doubleheader sweep of Barton County at East Park.

Updated at 4:59 PM

Fagg then voiced a concern on violating open meetings laws and asked which of the 15 topics allowed for an executive session this would fall under.

Posted at 4:00 PM

Butler Community College is providing another reason to enroll for high school students, tuition reimbursement.

Updated at 3:29 PM

Dave Granlund cartoon on "Obamacare" and Republicans and Democrats.

Updated at 2:55 PM

Our morning shower is no longer a shower. It’s a trickle. Some expert could not leave our showers be. I’d like to have a discussion with that guy, with my greasy hands.

Updated at 2:48 PM

You’d think a tree falling in a storm is a fairly simple issue. Well, forget that. It seems logical that the tree owner would be liable for damage to your property. But no. If a tree falls on your property, no matter who owns it, it’s your...

Updated at 2:34 PM

It’s tough trying to be tough.

Updated at 2:02 PM

Going green is a great way to celebrate spring — by incorporating the color into fresh new dishes.

Updated at 1:51 PM

Lenten meals don’t need to be built around dried beans. They’re only traditional because dried beans and a few root vegetables were the only foods left at winter’s end in the centuries before refrigeration.

Updated at 1:30 PM

Local youth are invited to participated in a new Summer Youth Service Program (SYSP) in El Dorado this summer. SYSP is an opportunity for youth groups to volunteer for a week through a service project with El Dorado LunchBox: Summer Meals for Kids.

Updated at 1:02 PM

When I mentioned to the good people at Range Rover North America that I would be escorting the Duchess of Rutland on a speaking tour of several posh clubs in the Detroit area, they graciously provided one of their brand-new long-wheelbase vehicles...

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