Brittani Ratcliff, a chef for Aramark at Morehead State University, premiered as a contestant on season 19 of Hell’s Kitchen hosted by Gordon Ramsay.
Faculty and students worked together to produce yet another convergent media-produced program for Kentucky Educational Television.
After sharing the story of her brother’s death on Undercover Boss in 2019, Bailey Richardson and Dippin’ Dots have created a foundation to aid those with heart conditions.
A Morehead State professor has published an article about how education can affect the quality of life.
One worker in ADUC has caught the attention of Morehead State students by bringing kindness and joy into a difficult semester.
A festive holiday season for needy families and seniors in Rowan County is currently underway.
The increase in e-books and virtual holdings continue to grow at Morehead State, but most undergrads still prefer printed books.
A Carter County native and Morehead State graduate found a love for farming after the pandemic shut down her job as director of the Carter County Library.
Musical worship changes have brought about a unique silver lining at the United Methodist Student Center.
An official update on the upcoming basketball season has been released by Morehead State University Athletics. It could change.
Covid-19 was a major talking point at the November’s fiscal court meeting.
Piercing and tattoo businesses have faced increased regulations due to Covid-19.
CoffeeTree Books has not always been the town staple it is today.
A condensed Spring 2021 schedule has been announced by Morehead State University.
Morehead State’s Cicero Society will host their first ever virtual presentation.
A space systems engineering class at Morehead State University has built their own personal rovers.
*Finals have now been moved online*
Rowan County Judge-Executive Harry Clark delivered a personal message to the county regarding Covid-19.
The ROTC is changing its fitness training to meet the standards for the Army’s basic fitness tests.
Makayla Holder received the Hobbs Endowment for Equality Scholarship, a fund created by Toni Hobbs to benefit LGBTQIA+ students.
The building where Sawstone Brewing Co. is located isn’t just a popular local brewery – it’s a historical landmark.
A bittersweet presentation for a deceased member of the Morehead city council was the first order of business for the November meeting.
A Morehead State student has been elected to serve on the Kentucky Board of Student Body Presidents, KBSBP.
Carlee Williams shares a close bond with her service dog-in-training.
Brent Arrington might have faced a significant change when he move to Morehead from Baltimore, but he had travelled half-way around the world for his sport.
Reverend Nancy Gowler moved to Morehead at the beginning of the pandemic in early March and has yet to hold an in-person service due to restrictions set by the state.
Luke and Colby Birkes have continued to make Morehead State’s campus seizure-safe.
“Treasure Island” will be performed on a unique outdoor stage to protect performers and the audience.
A local piercer will soon hold the only body piercing APP membership in Morehead.
Richard White, the GOP candidate who won the Ky. House of Representatives 99th District in February’s special election by winning only one of three counties, swept all three to keep the seat held by Rocky Adkins for over 30 years.
A black hole flare was observed by a Morehead State University professor.
Voters enter the Carl D. Perkins Center to vote Tuesday, November 3, 2020, during Election Day in Morehead, Ky. Rowan County Clerk Elwood Caudill, Jr. said with early in-person voting, absentee voting and Tuesday's in-person voting, 60% of the county's eligible voters had cast ballots as of…
Bartending went from a fun hobby to a fulfilling career for one Morehead resident.
The Morehead State College of Education is improving the quality of rural education by partnering with two organizations.
A positive Covid-19 test resulted in the music department forcing Lauren Barbieri and her roommates to self-isolate in their dorm room for five days.
The Morehead Parks & Recreation Department hosted the Drive-Thru Pumpkin Glow at the city park Saturday, October 31st from 7-9:30 p.m.
One Morehead State student lives his life in shades of blue and yellow.
The 14th Nearly Naked Mile went virtual for the first time.
A political group that formed at Morehead State University has seen a return for the largest election turnout.
After watching Black Lives Matter protests throughout the country, Bernadette Barton, a professor of sociology and gender studies and her leadership team decided BLM would be implemented throughout this next academic year.
Morehead State University’s Baptist Campus Ministry, BCM, has gone virtual and set new precautions after a student tested positive for Covid-19.
Student athletes who lost a year of eligibility because COVID-19 shut down most collegiate sport programs could get a one-year extension.
Morehead State University's Space Science Center has received a grant from the Appalachian Regional Commission, ARC, to update facilities and equipment. While the MSU Volgenau College of Education will receive a portion of a grant that was awarded to the Kentucky Department of Education, KDE.
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.