Coverage Area (Total): 3.9 sq. miles
Elevation: 863 ft.
Cities/Towns covered in local Names and Numbers Phone Book: Aaron, Adrian, Altona, Amoret, Amsterdam, Appleton City, Archie, Athol, Austin, Ballard, Burdett, Butler, Creighton, Crescent Hill, Dayton, Drexel, Everett, Foster, Hudson, Hume, Johnstown, Lacyville, Lindale, Main City, Mayesburg, Merwin, Monteith Junction, New Home, Nyhart, Papinville, Passaic, Pleasant Gap, Prairie City, Rich Hill, Rockville, Rucker, Sprague, Spruce, Urich, Virginia, Worland
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Butler first filed plans to divide its area into building lots, or plats, in 1853. The town became the county seat of Bates County in 1856, and a 50-by-50-foot brick courthouse was established in Butler shortly thereafter. The courthouse was destroyed by fire in 1861 as a result of events during the Civil War, but was reestablished on two separate occasions – 1869 and 1902. The 1902 edition stands in use as the Bates County courthouse to this day.
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