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Cancellations, Closures & Revised Hours of Operation

Updated: 3/31/2020 at 10:20 a.m.Click here to submit a cancellation, closure or revised hours of operation. This post will be updated frequently. Event or OrganizationContactDateTimeDuration/InformationStatusBallard Cup Golf OutingMSU Alumni Associationhttps://alumni.moreheadstate.edu/4/18/2020PostponedCoffeeTree BooksSusan [email protected]Updated hours: Mon.-Sat., 10 a.m.-4 p.m.OpenDelta Gamma 50th ReunionMSU Alumni AssociationApril 17-18PostponedEagle Arts Academy at [email protected] classes will be rescheduled pending the return of MSU students to campus.PostponedFirst Christian Church… Read More

Dining Services

Updated: 3/27/2020 at 1 p.m.Click here to submit the dining services offered by your facility. This post will be updated frequently. To save this image for easy access, right+click and choose “Save image” or on mobile, press+hold and choose “save image.” BusinessPhoneServices OfferedStatusInstructionsDays/Hours of OperationAll Seasons Café606-784-1007Delivery, Curbside Pick-up, CarryoutOpen regular hours11 a.m.-3 p.m., Mon.-Fri.Buffalo Wild Wings606-784-1299Curbside Pick-up,CarryoutOpen revised hoursMonday-Sunday 11am-8pmCracker Barrel 606-784-2545Delivery, Curbside Pick-up,CarryoutOpen revised hoursWe will continue to offer our catering services 8am-8pmDowntown BP606-784-1812Drive-ThruOpen regular… Read More

Rowan County Community Fund launches COVID-19 response fund

April 1, 2020 (Morehead, Ky.) – The Rowan County Community Fund Board of Advisors announced the creation of the Morehead-Rowan County COVID-19 Response Fund to provide critical support to vulnerable populations in Rowan County who are adversely affected by the Coronavirus pandemic. This charitable fund will provide grants to nonprofit organizations in Rowan County with strong experience delivering services related to food, healthcare, childcare, transportation and the elderly. The Rowan County Community Fund Board of Advisors will work with Morehead Mayor Laura White-Brown and Rowan County Judge Executive Harry Clark to assess our community’s needs and determine the most… Read More

Mayor and Judge-Executive to hold community press conference

The City of Morehead and Rowan County are holding a live press conference on Friday, March 20, 2020, at 6 p.m. This will serve as a community update regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. Representatives include Harry Clark, Rowan County Judge-Executive; Laura White-Brown, City of Morehead Mayor; Jim Hampton, Emergency Management Director and John Maxey, Rowan County Schools superintendent. Other organizations that will be represented include the Gateway Health Department, St. Claire Healthcare, Morehead State University and the Maysville Community and Technical College. During this press conference, we would like the public to submit questions ahead of time. Questions and comments for… Read More

City of Morehead Facility Closures

All City of Morehead facilities, including City Hall, Laughlin Health Building, Carl Perkins Center, Peggy’s Place and the Public Works Garage will be closed to the public effective Tuesday, March 17, 2020. All employees will be available to the public by appointment, phone or email only. For City Hall appointments please call 606-784-8505. For Public Works appointments please call 606-784-4503. For Parks and Recreation appointments please call 606-784-8686. For reservations regarding Laughlin Health Building, Carl Perkins Center and Peggy’s Place, please call 606-784-8686, ext. 1. All reservations for private events at the Laughlin Health Building, Carl Perkins Center and Peggy’s… Read More

City of Morehead Facility COVID-19 Update

In the wake of the COVID-19 virus, the City of Morehead City Hall will be open to the public by appointment only beginning Tuesday, March 17, 2020. City Hall employees will be available by calling 606-784-8505. All employees will report to work, but following the recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), it is best to limit interaction with the public to keep all services functional. The City of Morehead is closing the Laughlin Health Building for public use and suspending the activity of all city sports leagues until April 3, 2020. All upstairs reserved events will still be… Read More

Morehead-Rowan County COVID-19 Update

One patient from Rowan County has been tested for COVID-19. The sample was processed at the Kentucky Division of Lab Services in Frankfort. The result of that test is negative. Please stay informed by visiting the Kentucky Cabinet for Family and Health Services COVID-19 webpage at kycovid19.ky.gov. All questions should be to directed to the hotline at 1-800-722-5725. If you are fearful that you may have COVID-19 call 1-800-722-5725 for information or call your local health provider. Most cases of COVID-19 are mild to moderate. It is… Read More

City of Morehead Facility Closures

Following recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control regarding the prevention of the novel coronavirus, the City of Morehead is closing the Laughlin Health Building for public use and suspending the activity of all city sports leagues until April 3, 2020. All upstairs reserved events will still be permitted. Peggy’s Place and Carl Perkins Center reservations will not change at this time. City and Community Park recreation facilities including the playground, all fields, skatepark and basketball courts will be closed to the public until April 3, 2020. Youth league sports programs including indoor soccer, youth volleyball, and secondary basketball… Read More

Potential COVID-19 case in Rowan County

The Gateway District Health Department, in coordination with the City of Morehead and Rowan County Judge/Executive Harry Clark, has issued the following statement: Morehead and Rowan County officials discussed the potential COVID-19 case in Rowan County. We do not have a confirmed case of COVID-19 in Rowan County.  However, testing is being performed and we will have additional information soon. The Department for Public Health tells us that any individuals who came into close contact with the suspected patient and DO NOT HAVE ANY SYMPTOMS are free to report to work and be in contact with their families. Employers may choose… Read More

St. Claire Regional Medical Center evaluates first patient meeting possible criteria for COVID -19

St. Claire HealthCare, in partnership with the City of Morehead and Rowan County Government, has issued the following statement: St. Claire Regional Medical Center evaluated its first patient meeting possible criteria for coronavirus infection (COVID-19) this evening before transferring the individual to another facility. We have been preparing for this situation and want to alleviate any concerns. Please be assured St. Claire has the facilities and the expertise to care for patients, while protecting the safety of all of our patients, visitors and staff. Our staff is trained and has maintained a state of continual readiness. In addition, staff is… Read More