The Morehead Fire Department has officially been approved to replace their ladder truck that has serviced Morehead and Rowan County for the last 34 years.Morehead City Council voted unanimously last Monday during its monthly meeting for MFD Chief Jeff Anderson to begin the paperwork to buy the $1.1 million engine from Sutphen Corporation of Dublin, Ohio.“When we talk about our role as government leaders, safety is always the main priority.
The Morehead Police Department is searching for those responsible for committing criminal mischief at Don Greenhill City Park over the weekend.Law enforcement is also giving a strict warning that any repeat actions will be met with the strongest punishment allowable by law.On Sunday morning, city officials were disheartened to see that one or more individuals took to City Park to vandalize multiple street signs, trash cans, and other property.MPD Chief Derrick Blevins said that overnight,...
Four area residents were arrested early Friday morning after law enforcement says before executing an arrest warrant, an officer was able to see drugs being trafficked within the residence through a window.Rowan County Sheriff’s Chief Deputy Joe Cline said early that morning Deputy Donnie Hall was serving a warrant at the residence of Matthew Stevens, 32, of Morehead, at 7355 US 60 east.“While serving the warrant, Deputy Hall stepped up to the door and could visibly see drugs, drug use, and...
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Selecting a term
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