While much has changed with COVID-19, the mission of Gateway House has not.
Mt. Sterling The Windsor Care Center retirement home has been working hard to cheer up their residents in the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Domestic violence emergency services, DOVES of Gateway, continues to accept residents amidst coronavirus crisis.
Campus organizations are finding it difficult to operate normally after Morehead State University closed for the semester, but there are still attempts being made to keep everyone connected.
Everyone has been stuck at home, and we may be looking at the walls for another month, but COVID-19 has not stopped people from using entertainment for a little fun.
Andrew Preston and Denise Barbee are two among many musicians in Morehead that have started performing online during this time of social distancing.
Hill View Retirement Center in Portsmouth, Ohio is going through several changes for the safety of residents and staff.
Mt. Sterling, Ky Businesses like Native Twist have found unique ways to get customers together without breaking social distancing guidelines.
Students and staff of Morehead State University are still attempting to adjust to a new way of living after changing to an online learning environment.
During this pandemic, it’s been hard to stay motivated to do work, especially since classes have been moved to online-only.
Morehead State University’s nursing program has moved their clinical classes online for the spring semester due to risks and closures associated with the Coronavirus.
The Morehead Police Department (MPD) is still working to serve the community despite changes made by the coronavirus outbreak.
Some Morehead State students will have the option to complete the spring semester classes on a pass/fail grading system.
A philosophy of practicing what you preach has been the driving force of missionary pilot Josh Fix.
Lucky for Jack, a little five-pound Chihuahua with a broken leg, there are people like Jan White-Dacci and Victoria Schieppe who work to find them forever homes.
Frank Sinatra meets punk rock on Main Street through the style of Brent ‘Doc’ Ellis at his barber shop.
Morehead State University is closing its campus to the general public, and moving instruction online for the remainder of the semester.
Nestled in the hills of the Daniel Boone National Forest near Morehead, Ky., Lockegee Rock has been used as a go-to party place, as well as a scenic meeting spot.
Despite a pair of strong pitching efforts, the Morehead State Softball team fell in both games of a midweek doubleheader matchup against Dayton on Wednesday afternoon at University Field.
Cincinnati-based blues musician John Ford performed a concert with Glenn Ginn and other special faculty members in the Duncan Recital Hall on Thursday, March 12, 2020.
Roughly 370 high school students from around the region filled Claypool's halls to experiment with different art mediums.
The Kentucky Center for Traditional music showcased their skills in the mid-semester concert Tuesday, March 10, 2020 at the Rowan County Arts Center.
Color covered ADUC lawn as students celebrated Holi.
The Ashland Blazer remained the states only undefeated team as they took the win over Lewis County in the 16th Region Tournament Championship game with a final score of 84-60. They will move onto the Sweet 16 at Rupp Area.
A group of communications seniors are hosting a Paper Supply Drive for the Gateway Children’s Advocacy Center (GCAC) as part of their senior capstone.
The Roadie's Dragathon held its second monthly event at Club 169 on Main Street.
Transgender rights were the topic of a Community Conversation with MSU alumna Christina Tierney and student Jacob Tackett.
Campus Activities Board and Women’s Virtue hosted a “Better Woman, Better Future” conference to focus on women’s health and empowerment.
In composing the ranking, the site considered four factors:
Many students find their last year at Morehead State University to be the busiest, but most rewarding, and that holds true for one fine arts senior.
Morehead State Public Radio kicked off their spring fundraiser at the Sawstone Brewing Company on Saturday with “Brews and News.”
David Otunga visited Morehead State as the keynote speaker for Black History Month.
A long-term story about a 170-year-old Rowan County church rising from the ashes earned a first-place multimedia award for the Trail Blazer’s editor.
With the 16th Region High School Tournament making its annual trek to Morehead and Morehead State University next week, we’ve made a short list of places to visit while you’re here, followed up with where you can rest up for the next round of play.
The story has been updated to reflect Bill Redwine's social media statement.
Holbrook Drugs was established 1941 as one of the first pharmacies in Morehead and is a long-standing community staple.
Root-A-Bakers Bakery and Café may have gotten a late start in the contest, but they didn’t let that stop them from taking home the title of “Sweetest Bakery in Kentucky”.
A life-long love for saving animals led to the formation of an animal rescue in Rowan County in 2008.
In his first-place essay about moral participation, Cody Johnson explored what categories or qualities an individual, creature or thing must have to deserve moral treatment.
Morehead State University Television has a new addition to their lineup of student-led programming that asks a simple question: What’s Up Wednesday?
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Administrator Jim Bridenstine visited Morehead State University, MSU, as this year’s W. Terry McBrayer Presidential Lecture Series in Government and Leadership speaker.
A community photographer who documented Mt. Sterling nearly his entirely life was honored Thursday during a high school basketball game by students dressed in medical scrubs. It was a fitting tribute.
Cooks from Aramark showed students what’s cookin’ at the Campus Activities Board’s event, Cookin’ with CAB.
The Morehead State University Hunt Seat Equestrian Team had a strong season finish with two weekends of away shows at the University of Kentucky and Midway University.
Masters of Illusion shocked the audience at the Morehead Conference Center.
Self-defense is a priority at the Virgil Davis Karate studio in Morehead, Ky.
Professional and local musicians spent two days in Morehead to work with high school bands at the 61st annual Morehead State University Band Clinic.
Three Appalachia natives started a business with the goal of revitalizing the region and carrying on the Eastern Kentucky way of life with hemp.
Robyn Moore has been “following little breadcrumbs” for all of her artistic career, even leading her to Australia and back as she discovered herself.
The first and only brewery in Morehead began with a group of longtime friends and a passion for beer.
Bedford Band and Wicked Peace both picked up awards for their respective musical styles at the 6thAnnual Lexington Music Awards.