A local photographer has sparked a virtual community to rid the Earth of litter.
Andrew Bowling fulfilled his dream of being on a Division 1 basketball team after becoming an equipment manager for Morehead State.
The Show Starts at Dark, Steven Middleton’s latest documentary, will be shown at the Rivers Edge International Film Festival.
Students are working to make a change across Morehead State’s campus.
Real and personal property tax rates were set by Morehead’s City Council.
A difficult health decision changed one Morehead State student’s outlook on life when she was told she might be in a wheelchair by 21.
An injury has prevented one Morehead State baseball player from playing in the spring season.
A 2.76-million-square-foot, high-tech greenhouse opened today in Morehead, KY.
A community hub for downtown Morehead is pushing through the COVID-19 crisis.
Online learning has prevented Gary Mesa-Gaido from connecting with his students, but social media might be his answer.
Rowan County schools resumed in-person classes this morning.
Rowan County experienced a total of 323 Covid-19 cases since the beginning of the pandemic, with a total of 25 active cases as of Tuesday, October 20, the county’s fiscal court was told during its regular monthly meeting.
Morehead State University is mourning the passing of long-time and beloved psychology professor Dr. James E. Gotsick, who died Tuesday, Oct. 13, at 86.
RICHMOND, KY Construction will soon start on a new, high-tech 60—acre vegetable farm in Madison County, according to Appalachian Harvest, joining a Rowan County project that will open soon.
Morehead’s City Council voted to make some adjustments to their real and personal property tax rates for fiscal year 2020 Monday night.
A prominent bluegrass banjo player and old-time fiddler who touched the lives of many has died.
Financial instability is one of the many heightened fears college students have as a result of the pandemic.
Morehead State’s Spring 2020 and Fall 2020 commencement ceremonies will take place in person this fall, but with restrictions to follow all Covid-19 restrictions.
One Morehead State athlete played an instrumental role for his high school baseball team.
Covid-19 has caused many issues this year for education majors.
Morehead State University mourns the passing of retiree Dr. Richard J. Dandeneau, who died Thursday, Oct. 8, 2020, at Homestead Acute Care in Lexington at age 95.
Morehead State University is mourning the passing of alumnus, attorney and long-time public servant Terry McBrayer (59), who died Sunday, Oct. 11, at 83.
Marshall Banks, who grew up in segregated Ashland, then went on to become the first Black athlete to play on scholarship at Morehead State University and the first Black head coach in the Ohio Valley Conference, died over the weekend. He was 80.
Homecoming weekend will look a little different this year.
A silent Black Lives Matter protest turned vocal at Morehead State University.
A dedication to photography took Robyn Moore’s work to a Lexington showcase.
One Morehead State alum now teaches elementary school students about folk music through the Hindman Settlement School.
A professor brings yoga to the community.
A downtown, outdoor dining area could become permanent in 2021, according to the city government.
Solar power has been brought to Morehead State University’s Derrickson Agricultural Complex, decreasing the need for traditional electric power.
Sporting events at Morehead State are still up in the air due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The MSU community is mourning the loss of Kermit Lewis Vencill II, who died Tuesday, October 6, at the age of 44. Born April 2, 1976, in Kettering, Ohio, he is the son of Sue McMillan Vencill of Morehead and the late Kermit Lewis “Sonny” Vencill.
Dr. Edna Schack, professor of education at Morehead State University and co-director of MSUTeach, has been named one of the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) Appalachian Leadership Institute (ALI) Fellows for 2020-21.
A trio of friends combined their talents to produce a new talk show for MSUTV.
Abbey Akers opened two new businesses while working at a part-time job and attending college.
The world-wide support for Breonna Taylor landed in Morehead over the weekend with a Black Lives Matter march.
A first-time Gen Z voter is still ready to vote, even after Tuesday’s chaotic presidential debate.
Rowan County moved into a red category on the COVID-19 map released by state health officials last week.
As required by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Morehead State University will move to implement the Quality Enhancement Plan, as voted by the faculty last year.
The 37th annual Gourd Festival created a space for vendors to sell their wares and make their small businesses known in these trying times.
Brody Shoupe, a starting catcher for the Morehead State baseball team, has noticed adjustments amid the pandemic changing the team from previous years.
Estil Stone, a self-employed businessman, is going back to school to enhance his retirement years.
COVID-19 has hindered a lot of athletic events at Morehead State University this semester, but the rifle team was one of the only sports to playing their matches.
Morehead State University will debut an ambitious program to get alumni more involved within the student community.
Work-study jobs are a main source of income for many college students at Morehead State. For students like Kennealy Roberts, work-study programs are vital for their ability to pay for college and gain insight into future careers.
The Rowan County Clerk’s Office has finalized plans for early voting and Election Day in the county.
The death of a Morehead State professor emeritus prompted an emotional remembrance of his decades-old legacy.
A Morehead State student was required to quarantine in Nunn Hall after briefly coming into contact with someone who later tested positive.
Virtual regulations have not stopped active runners like Robin Donehue from participating in local running events.
Students living in quarantine at Morehead State University are having to alter their meal plans in Nunn Hall, the university’s designated quarantine dormitory.
Like all colleges across the nation, Morehead State University has grappled with the changes the Covid-19 pandemic has brought on.