Starting this month, you’ll begin hearing much more about our new school accountability system and what it means for each district, school and student.
I found myself in the Kentucky Folk Art Center in your town recently, and loved it. I was dismayed when I heard that this valuable community asset has been defunded and is facing closure.
I would like to write a few words about the Kentucky Folk Art Center. It has been here for a lot of years and has brought visitors from many different states to the city of Morehead and the Kentucky Folk Art Center.
In his commentary in the July 4 issue of The Morehead News, Mr. Ron Shepard stated that by separating children from their parents at the border President Trump “is only enforcing laws that were put on the books by Clinton and Obama and that Obama was the one who starting detaining refugee ki…
This note in regards to your June 20 editorial. Like many other members of the mass media you appear to forget or ignore the fact that the President is only enforcing laws that were put on the books by Clinton and Obama and that Obama was the one who started detaining refugee kids separate f…
Having just viewed the carnage from the latest mass shooting spree at an American school, I continue to be dumbfounded that our congress refuses to take action.
On behalf of Collier Funeral Home, I would like to give a heartfelt thank you John Northcutt and Northcutt & Son Home for Funerals for their much needed assistance during the funerals for the Marshall County shooting victims.
The hard-working principals, teachers, and parents who come together to lead our schools have grown accustomed to being asked to produce improved results with limited resources.
Most of us, when we think about the dangers of smoking, see lung cancer as the biggest risk. And it's a fact that in Kentucky, cancer and smoking frequently go hand in hand. A higher percentage of Kentuckians get lung cancer than in any other state, and Kentucky has one of the highest smokin…
Looking around our world today, we don’t have to look very far to see adversity. From the hurricanes ravaging our nation to the peace rallies working to smooth over cultural and racial divisions, adversity lives all around us, with people struggling to overcome many different challenges.
Imagine, for a moment, that where you lived dictated the quality of health care you received. Could you reside in an area devoid of primary care options, with health issues and no way to treat them? This imaginary scenario would be the reality for far more Kentuckians without the work of nur…
With all the divisiveness and partisanship that pervades our nation these days, it’s so nice and refreshing when we can come together as a community and support a single, worthy cause.
The Rowan County Middle School Speech Team would like to express our heartfelt thanks and gratitude to the following companies, businesses, organizations, and individuals who donated to our annual Fall Speechathon!
The staff of the Gateway Homeless Shelter would like to express our gratitude for the wonderful volunteers and donors who made last week's “Trick or Treat for the Homeless” food drive such an incredible success!
We’re proud to share with you why Girl Scouts is the best girl leadership experience in the world, period. With more than 100 years of experience, Girl Scouts brings a wealth of knowledge to programs that deliver girls cornerstone experiences with benefits to last a lifetime.
Kentucky currently has the tenth highest suicide rate in the nation. Suicide is the second leading cause of death among young people (ages 10-24) in the Commonwealth. Suicide takes life regardless of age, income, education, social standing, race, or gender. The effects of suicide continue lo…
- Morehead man arrested
- Morehead woman dies in auto accident
- MSU Basketball: Leader of the Eagles
- Caudill wins clerk’s race
- Judge Maze indicted on three felony charges
- 10 indicted by grand jury
- White-Brown voted first female mayor
- New KY 211 intersection at US 60 opening set
- Community park declared surplus by school board
- Clark wins county’s highest seat