Homecoming events at Morehead State continued Thursday October 14, 2021 with Beaker Bash at the Prefontaine Pub in the Adron Doran University Center. The event, hosted by the Campus Activities Board, brought in DJ Forerunner to play music and a balloon artist to entertain students while they…
A retired Morehead State teacher is starting a new chapter in her life by crafting glass pieces.
Homecoming festivities have begun at Morehead State.
High cancer rates in the Appalachian region are being explored by the future of medicine through a new exhibit in Morehead.
Wait times in ADUC may be at an all-time high, but a possible solution is parked outside.
An exhibit of selected works is being showcased at Morehead State’s Golden-Yang Art Gallery.
Morehead State’s Tuba and Euphonium Ensemble kept their founder at heart in their latest showcase.
RALEIGH, N.C. Sister programs from Morehead State and Eastern Tennessee State University came together for a blend of bluegrass music.
RALEIGH, N.C. Traditional music students from Morehead State's Kentucky Center for Traditional Music made it back to the world's bluegrass music stages for the first time two years.
Prevention of the most common sexually transmitted infection is becoming a priority at Morehead State.
A Morehead State student became a published author at just 16-years-old.
Two students are breaking out of their shells to bring important issues to light through a new talk show.
The famous Poppy Mountain showed its bluegrass roots once again with sounds of music and culture.
Bluegrass music drifted down Poppy Mountain in east Rowan County once again last week.
The Rowan County Arts Center held their annual Arts and Antiques Fair Saturday, September 18, 2021 on Main Street in Morehead, Ky. Over 50 vendors sold their merchandise and advertised their businesses at the event from 11 a.m. through 4 p.m.
A university music program played live music once again Thursday.
Students at Morehead State kicked off Hispanic Heritage Month by making piñatas.
A safe space has been created by a Morehead State University senior.
A local band returned to their roots for the first time in years.
A 16-year-old artist has introduced her talent to Morehead for the first time.
An outdoor market celebrated shopping local in Morehead.
Morehead State has concluded its memorial ceremonies to honor those who died twenty years ago.
An open house showed students from diverse backgrounds how Morehead State can be a home away from home.
A national program has been launched at Morehead State University.
New records at Morehead State were set on the way to a game-winning kill.
Morehead’s fire chief will continue his role as a local representative to a state-wide association.
One retired professor is making the marks of his youth last a while longer.
Morehead State’s Student Government Association senate elections are right around the corner.
Morehead State welcomed two new fur balls to campus this semester.
A stay-at-home mother has finally followed her grandfather’s advice by opening a new business on Main Street.
President Jay Morgan has remained optimistic from crisis to crisis.
A dream-turned-reality became more work than play due to repeated struggles for one local business.
A Morehead tabletop gaming and hobby store has grown into a new location.
The dreams and futures of diverse students will be celebrated by new leadership at Morehead State’s diversity center.
A student-run learning center has been helping students for over thirty years.
An art exhibition memorialized the death of a Morehead State ceramics professor.
From his hometown of Olive Hill to the Grand Ole Opry, Tom T. Hall inspired numerous friends, family and fans before his death Thursday at his home in Franklin, Tennessee. He was 85.
Various vaccination opportunities have begun for the Morehead State community.
One farm has wheeled its way to Rowan County’s Farmer’s Market.
The Rowan County Farmers Market opened for its summer season on June 12, 2021 for the sale of produce to locals. The market will be open every Wednesday and Saturday until October 31.
Students kicked off the semester with one of the largest in-person events this year.
The Elliott County Fiddler’s Convention united musicians, old time music fans and luthiers for their second annual festival July 9 and 10 at the Little Sandy Lodge.
One local business thrived despite COVID-19 difficulties and is now celebrating a cool one-year anniversary in a new location.
The Morehead Freedom Fest, sponsored by Fazoli’s, returned Saturday with live music, a midway along Main Street and a thundering, 30-minute fireworks show over the city park.
After year off for COVID-19 purposes, the 20th annual Rudy Fest returned over the weekend in Morehead with headliners such as Doyle Lawson, The Dan Tyminski Band and Larry Sparks.
Morehead State senior catcher Jack Gardner drove in 11 runs on the day, including nearly tying the program record with three home runs and nine RBI in game one, as the Morehead State baseball team secured its sixth OVC series win with two victories over Murray State at Allen Field Friday.
A documentary on the 100-year run of the Ruth Hunt Candy Company produced by Steven Middleton will play on KET and their streaming services, including Hulu in late June.
Justice 4 North Fork held a press conference discussing the legality of the Morehead Gateway Development Area.
An Appalachian native has found her own identity through her fiddle.
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The 2021 Big Turtle 50 Miler took place after being canceled for a year due to Covid-19.