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The Butler YMCA’s first essay contest resulted in awards for six students across the county. The theme for the contest was “Women in History,” which drew nearly 100 entri...
May 10, 2022 Education 0 Comments
BUTLER TWP — They say there’s no such thing as coincidences. That’s what a Butler Township resident thought when a series of events led to three Butler Catholic School s...
February 01, 2022 Digital Media Exclusive 0 Comments
BUTLER TWP — They say there’s no such thing as coincidences. That’s what a Butler Township resident thought when a series of events led to three Butler Catholic School s...
February 01, 2022 Education 0 Comments
During a time of financial hardship brought about by the coronavirus pandemic, Butler Catholic School is receiving some much-needed help from a mysterious source. An ano...
August 18, 2020 Local News 0 Comments
Closures to run through March 27 Local school officials scrambled to handle closures Friday only to have the decision pulled from their hands at the last minute. “We had ...
March 14, 2020 Local News 0 Comments
Students at Butler Catholic School are really digging their vegetables. Recent January snow squalls and wind chills in the low 20s haven't kept members of the garden cl...
January 13, 2020 Local News 0 Comments
Family education tradition continues When Margie McLaughlin started going to school in the 1960s, she was a student of St. Michael the Archangel on Butler's South Side. B...
October 08, 2019 Local News 0 Comments
Every summer for the past five years, Butler Catholic School has been a construction zone. In that time, the building has gone through renovations, said Kathy Dudley, th...
October 08, 2019 Special Sections 0 Comments
7th-, 8th-graders rise to educational challenges For seventh- and eighth-grade students at Butler Catholic School, a day in the classroom isn't just about paper and penci...
October 08, 2019 Special Sections 0 Comments
He may lead a team that builds robots for the U.S. Army, but Butler Catholic School graduate Peter Schramm considers his most important work to be connecting people and ...
October 08, 2019 Special Sections 0 Comments
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