- Letters to the Editor
Foster homes fill a need in Kentucky
Here in Kentucky, there are children living in deplorable conditions in their own homes – victims of child abuse and neglect.
- Rowan County Christmas plans are underway The days are getting warmer, the spring flowers are in bloom and the Rowan County Christmas Board is planning for December already.
Other M&NF board members working hard
Since I am retired with lots of time on my hands (yeah, sure) and the other guys are not, I was selected as president of the Morehead & North Fork Railroad/Museum Project, which means I get most of the phone calls, do a lot of interviews, write a lot of articles, etc. promoting our rail museum project.
Kindness of Morehead citizens praised
On Sunday, April 28, my friend and I had the privilege of an overnight stay in your beautiful city. We’re senior ladies who enjoy short vacations in eastern Kentucky.
Thanks for supporting Mancini family
I wish to say thank you so much to the community of Morehead for your generous kindness and support during the last six months.
In defense of former county employee
This letter is in response to the firing of Ray Baldridge, who was employed during the duration of my employment with the Rowan County Road Department.
Gateway House says thanks
The Gateway House Homeless Shelter would like to extend a sincere thank you to every one who helped make our 4th annual “Sleep Out for the Homeless” event a success!
Efforts appreciated for parking lot lunch
Last Friday, this community, which has been so dear to us during Muna’s abduction, turned that heartfelt support into action on her behalf.
Inviting comments on Fleming-Mason Energy policies
Fleming-Mason Energy wants to change the way it bills for residential electric service. For most customers, it wants to raise the flat monthly charge from $10.87 to $15 and drop the kilowatt-hour (kWh) price from $0.08832 to $0.08431.
Volunteers essential to St. Claire programs
National Volunteer Week is April 21-27. St. Claire Hospice & Palliative Care is fortunate to have groups and individuals of volunteers working on various projects throughout the year for our patients.
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