Kids from Rowan, Montgomery and Fleming counties participated in Shop with a Trooper, hosted by Kentucky State Police Post 8. Each of the 24 kids got to visit with Santa Claus at the Carl D. Perkins Center Wednesday night then went to McDonalds to eat with the troopers from the Morehead post. McDonald’s of Morehead provided Happy Meals for all kids. The night concluded with the kids going shopping with the troopers to Wal-Mart in which each kids received $100 to spend via donations taken up by the KSP post.
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Overflow crowd hears fiscal woes of hospitals
State Auditor Adam Edelen came to Morehead Wednesday as part of his effort to check the fiscal health of Kentucky’s rural hospitals.
Former Sonic manager indicted for theft
What was originally thought to be a robbery on Jan. 24 at the Sonic Drive-In on Stone Street now is being investigated as an inside job.
New CEO of SRG Global visits Morehead plant
SRG Global CEO/President Dave Prater flew into Morehead Tuesday to visit one of the company's most productive plants in the world.
Christie leaving Rowan schools after 13 years
Kevin Christie is leaving the Rowan County school system after a 13-year stint as band director.
First Lady Beshear announces Morehead as Kentucky Trail Town
First Lady Jane Beshear announced Tuesday that the community of Morehead is now a Kentucky “Trail Town,” and is part of the effort to promote and develop adventure tourism opportunities across the state.
Claude Meade inducted into Kentucky Veterans Hall of Fame
Friends, family, and fellow veterans gathered on Wednesday to celebrate the service of Claude Meade.
Debbie Wilson releases singles from latest CDs
Debbie Wilson, the 2008 Gospel Female Vocalist of the Year, is releasing singles from her two newest CDs.
Man takes his life at city park
Morehead police responded Tuesday night to calls from Greenhill City Park.
State auditor concerned about rural hospitals
State Auditor Adam Edelen will be in Morehead Wednesday and this time he’s looking for answers instead of wrongdoers.
Old Time Music Festival opens Friday
This is the ninth year that the Jaycee Farm will be filled with fiddle playing and singing voices rising through the hills.
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