Laura White-Brown


Laura White-Brown was sworn into office December 2018. Laura was born and raised in Morehead, Kentucky. She is married to Gabe Brown, also a native of Morehead. They are raising their two children in their hometown of Morehead. Laura is a graduate of Morehead State University where she received a bachelor’s degree in Health Promotion. She started her career with the University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service where she taught nutrition and was a Regional Area Agent for the Nutrition Education Program. Laura furthered her career by joining her family business, Harold White Lumber, Inc., where she was the Export Logistics Coordinator. In this role, Laura spent much of her time traveling back and forth to China for trade shows and customer relations. Laura is the first female and youngest Mayor for the City of Morehead. She currently serves on the board of directors for Kentucky League of Cities and is in the inaugural class of the Appalachian Regional Commission Leadership Institute. Laura is a marathon runner and loves spending time with her children.

Tom Carew

City Council Member

Mike Kash

City Council Member

Melissa Patrick

City Council Member

David Perkins

City Council Member

Beth Ousley

City Council Member

Glen Teager

City Council Member

Joyce Planck Stevens

City Attorney

Joyce Planck Stevens has been with the City of Morehead since November 1, 1997 when she was hired as the first full-time City Attorney. She is a graduate of Morehead State University and Salmon P. Chase College of Law. In her free time, she loves to read, spend time with her family, cheer on the Eagles and Kentucky Wildcats and serve as a Chi Omega Advisor. She is married to Bodie Stevens. They have three children, Casen, Nathanial and Katelyn.

Derrick Blevins

Chief of Police

Derrick Blevins is a native of Morehead Kentucky and has spent his entire law
enforcement career with the Morehead Police Department. He is a 2004 graduate
of the Department of Criminal Justice Training’s Basic Training Class No. 348. He
is also a graduate of the Criminal Justice Executive Development program at the
Department of Criminal Justice Training.  Chief Blevins has 15 years of law
enforcement experience and rose through the ranks until he was appointed Chief
on August 1st, 2016. He holds many commendations and awards for his service.