The information below outlines how Morehead State University will be handling the return of students to campus for the upcoming fall semester.
Emotions flew high for those who attended the Black Lives Matter protest and Memorial March in Morehead on Saturday.
Kendall Potter is no stranger to the sound of music, she began at 6.
Harlan County, Kentucky Former coal miner Jerry Mcknight is concerned of what the coronavirus could mean for those with black lung.
Rarden, Ohio Times are tough for many community members in the small town of Rarden, but hot meals are making a difference.
Maysville - The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way those in the food service industry would normally work.
John Modaff will retire this May after working as a speech and communications professor for over 20 years.
Prevention over treatment is key when looking back to history for answers about coronavirus, according to local historians
Despite the COVID-19 concerns, the Morehead State University farm held their annual flower and vegetable plant sale.
Montgomery County – Students and families in need during the COVID-19 pandemic have found hope in a meal delivery service provided by the Montgomery County School System.
Olive Hill – The Running Wife held a virtual four mile run to provide food for Olive Hill families.
A wedding, graduation and graduate school portfolio have been interrupted by social distancing for one Morehead State University senior.
Grayson –Weaver’s Market continues to grow a customer base while families search for products they can’t find in major chains.
Olive Hill - High school students like Lexi Stone have experienced a senior year like no other.
Separated by hundreds of miles, students and faculty from the Kentucky Center for Traditional Music have braved through COVID-19, storms and the distance to bring an online end-of-semester finale show.
Morehead State students in on-campus residency received a false email from student housing stating that they had been billed for damages to their residence hall.
Kaitlin Gore has turned this time of self-isolation into an opportunity to better herself while also starting new projects.
Fleming County The abrupt removal of traditional face-to-face learning has not been easy on students or teachers, including those who were involved in extracurricular activities.
A virus that has nearly halted all human contact on a global level will not stop a Morehead State graduate from performing a benefit show for a disease that devastated her family.
Scioto County, Ohio Multiple organizations have been building Blessing Boxes around Scioto County, Ohio.
A stage play got a makeover to come to the homes of audience members during this time of isolation.
Mayor Laura White-Brown and Rowan County Judge Executive Harry Clark received confirmation of a second positive case of COVID-19 in Rowan County on Monday.
In recognition of these challenging times and to keep all our future Eagles safe, MSU is changing all on-campus Student Orientation, Advising and Registration (SOAR) sessions to an online format.
Jessica Platt is one of the many teachers who have had to create innovative ways to connect with students while complying with social distancing measures.
Tres Hermanos Nunez is staying open with restrictions for COVID-19 despite the difficulties they face.
Kennealy Roberts has found new ways to keep her mental health in check while being in quarantine.
The transition from in-class education to remote and online learning has been a rocky road for many students and staff, including those with mental or physical disabilities.
Lucasville, Ohio One Ohio man is making these tough times a little easier for the ears of healthcare workers.
Boston, a three-legged dog, gets to live life outside of a kennel during this time of isolation thanks to a Rowan County teacher.
Amanda Bogen found herself tasked with lifting the spirits of passengers aboard the Zaandam during a coronavirus outbreak.
Morehead State’s Derrickson Agricultural Complex, also known as the University Farm, will hold its annual flower and vegetable plant sale April 25-26, May 1-3 and May 9-10 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The information below outlines how Morehead State University will be handling with student refunds. This message is from an email sent by the Office of the President.
‘Amen’ was said in a new way this year for parishioners of the Morehead First Church of God.
Mount Sterling First Christian Church in Mt. Sterling is one of many churches across Kentucky that has turned to Zoom and Facebook Live to hold services.
Gateway Helping Hands has temporarily closed their thrift shop due to COVID-19 and are seeking donations to keep their food pantry and other community efforts open.
While many local businesses in Kentucky are struggling to stay open during the COVID-19 pandemic, some are continuing their efforts to provide to the community.
Morehead State Public Radio (MSPR) staff and students took home a total of 16 awards in the 2020 Kentucky Associated Press Broadcasters (KAPB) competition. The awards recognize the best in television and radio journalism for the calendar year of 2019.The awards were announced for both profes…
Restrictions on travel have caused issues among Morehead State University students and members of several communities.
Morehead State University has always been committed to our region and the Commonwealth. Nearly 85% of the students we serve are Kentuckians and many of our alumni have stayed to work and live in Kentucky. We are demonstrating our commitment to the Commonwealth with several initiatives that w…
A Facebook post on Harry Clark's Judge-Executive page said the following:
Saint Claire Healthcare began offering drive through covid-19 testing Thursday.
The Class of 2020’s senior year is not what they dreamed it would be.
Since daycare centers had to shutdown in March, Facebook has started to fill with story time videos from favored daycare workers.
Saint Claire Healthcare has changed their visitation policy in order to comply with CDC guidelines.
Senior students in Morehead State's Department of Art and Design will be exhibiting their artwork to the public through virtual exhibits on Instagram.
Morehead State is extending the scholarship deadline.
While everyone is quarantined, newsfeeds are filling up with posts about handmade bread.
Andy Froilan sat in his classroom that had the homey feel of a kitchen, complete with a sink-full of dishes, a freshly-used skillet and a spring breeze through an open door.
MSU commencement has been postponed and set for December 12, 2020.
Parks in Morehead have been closed after officials say residents ignored c-d-c guidelines.
While much has changed with COVID-19, the mission of Gateway House has not.