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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…

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High cancer rates in the Appalachian region are being explored by the future of medicine through a new exhibit in Morehead.

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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.

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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. 

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Morehead State has concluded its memorial ceremonies to honor those who died twenty years ago. 

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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.

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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. 

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Students kicked off the semester with one of the largest in-person events this year.

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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.

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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.