A student at Lexington Christian Academy needs your help winning a national competition and it comes with a hefty college scholarship. The theme for this year’s annual Doodle for Google competition is “I’m strong because…” Milo Golding, a junior at Lexington Christian Academy immediately knew his answer. It was inspired by his late father. “I remember asking him how he was able to get through life obstacles and becoming who you wanted to be.” Golding said his father answered “Hope. Hope keeps me strong. So that’s really been a motto and a saying that has really empowered me to strengthen my resolve to move forward and constantly gives me hope. Throughout the illustration that I drew, everything, each component revolves around that concept of hope and moving forward and strengthening yourself.”


Muddy Bottom Blues

Program #244 (May 14 at 8:00pm and May 15 at 3:00pm)

A sought-after collaborator, songwriter and musician, Travis Linville’s touring instrumental work includes turns onstage with Samantha Crain and Hayes Carll and session work with too many artists to count, among them gifted American songwriter John Moreland.

In recent years, he’s performed his own music as hand-selected support for Carll, fellow Oklahomans Moreland and Parker Millsap, Todd Snider’s Hard Working Americans, and even country legend Marty Stuart.


May 13, 2021 -- A Way with Words 

  • ball (dance party)
  • belfry
  • bell, book and candle
  • blarney


May 12, 2021 -- The coronation of George VI and his wife Elizabeth as king and queen of the United Kingdom and the Dominions of the British Commonwealth took place at Westminster Abbey, London, on May 12, 1937.


Morehead State University

Three undergraduate students recently presented their physics research at the American Physical Society's nuclear physics meeting, held virtually April 17-21. 

The students were Eddie Henderson, senior physics major from Mt. Sterling; Anna Grace Ehr, junior biomedical sciences major from Lawrenceburg, and Jacob Gooslin, senior physics major from Lexington. Gooslin and Ehr were mentored by Dr. Ignacio Birriel, professor of physics, and Henderson was mentored by Birriel and Dr. Kevin Adkins, assistant professor of physics.  

Morehead State University

Morehead State University believes students can achieve success and progress toward academic goals every season of the year.

Whether students want to take time to catch up or get ahead, MSU is offering several courses this summer. 

MSU 2021 summer sessions will occur from May through July.  

Maymester 2021: May 10-June 4 

Summer 2021: June 7-July 30 

Summer I: June 7-July 2 

Summer II: July 6-July 30 

Morehead State University

Morehead State University's Office of Student Activities sponsored its 40th annual Rites of Passage recognition ceremony on Wednesday, May 5.

The ceremony took place with attendance limited to students and University officials and was broadcast virtually for family, friends and supporters.  

An online program for the ceremony can be found by visiting http://www.moreheadstate.edu/ritesofpassage

While others learned to make sourdough bread and do TikTok dances, Toronto resident Kaya Kristina's quarantine activity was to start an eatery — for dogs.

It's called StarPups Café.

Kristina lives next to High Park, a popular park in the Toronto area. Six years ago, she noticed that many dogs returning from a trip to High Park looked tired and thirsty, so she began leaving a bowl of water on the front yard of her house for the thirsty canines.

The City of Huntington and Cabell County are in federal court, taking prescription opioid distributors to task. If the city and county win their lawsuit, that could result in a payout of tens of millions of dollars. And in theory, that money could help fix the problem.

Kentuckians aged 18 and up who get their first or second dose at a participating Kroger or Walmart can now receive a coupon for a Kentucky lottery ticket. Some 225,000 coupons are available for the Kentucky Cash Ball through May 21, which has a top prize of $225,000. Customers have until June 1 to redeem their coupons. Around 1.86 million Kentucky residents have been vaccinated.


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