November 12, 2019 -- French sculptor Auguste Rodin is known for creating several iconic works, including "The Age of Bronze," "The Thinker," "The Kiss" and "The Burghers of Calais."

Kentucky Transportation Cabinet

With snow and ice season kicking off Nov. 1, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet's (KYTC) nearly 2,000 snowfighters have stocked salt supplies, trained crews and 1,400 plow trucks ready to respond as needed to the state's first snow event of the season expected to hit portions of the state tonight.

Statewide, slick road conditions and low visibility are possible Monday night into Tuesday morning's commute.

KY Veteran Helping Other Vets Receives AARP Service Honor

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Carlen Pippen, Public News Service

Every Wednesday, Vietnam War veteran Carlen Pippin can be found handing out food to fellow veterans in need.

The 80-year-old retired veterinarian, a Shelby County resident, has received AARP's Andrus Award for Community Service, the seniors advocacy group’s highest honor for volunteers over 50.

Five years ago, Pippin started a local Veterans Rural Outreach group to help Kentucky military veterans in need, after several told him they were sleeping in their cars or on the street.

Morehead State University

Student organizations like Morehead State University’s Student Government Association (SGA) allow students to have a real impact on the future of the University. Now, MSU is playing a role in helping the region’s high school students make an impact on their own high schools and beyond.

MSU Athletics

For the fourth time this season and eighth time in her career, junior outside hitter Olivia Lohmeier has been unanimously bestowed Offensive Player of the Week honors by the Ohio Valley Conference. The unanimous selection marks her second such selection of the season.

Morehead State University

Eagle Scholar students from Wolfe County High School visited Morehead State University's campus, Friday, Nov. 8. They had a tour of campus and met with MSU admissions staff and students.

Approximately 60 high schools and area technology centers offered MSU Eagle Scholars classes last fall with nearly 3,000 high school students participating in the program. 


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Saline Post

The National Weather Service in Jackson (KY) has issues a Winter Weather Advisory from 11:00 p.m. Monday, November 11 to 11:00 a.m. Tuesday, November 12.

This hazardous weather outlook is for portions of eastern Kentucky.

The first snowfall of the season is expected tonight into Tuesday morning, as the coldest air so far this fall surges into eastern Kentucky. Most places are expected to receive around an inch or so of accumulation, though some of the ridges, particularly above 2000 feet, could receive between 2 and 3 inches.

MSU Athletics

With Morehead State volleyball's win over Tennessee Tech Saturday, head coach Jaime Gordon has surpassed former Morehead State baseball head coach Steve Hamilton to become the winningest head coach in Morehead State University's history.

The win is the 306th of Gordon's illustrious 17-year career leading the Eagles volleyball program, which began in 2003. Under his leadership, Morehead State has claimed seven Ohio Valley Conference Regular Season and two OVC Tournament titles.

Morehead State University

To honor current and former members of the U.S. military, Morehead State will hold several events on Veterans Day, Monday, Nov. 11. 

The events are held in cooperation with Rowan County Schools and the Rowan County Veterans Foundation.

Activities will begin with a wreath-laying ceremony at 11 a.m. at Freedom Park on Main Street in Morehead, in front of the Rowan County Arts Center.

Veterans will be treated to lunch at 11:30 a.m. in Ballroom A/B of the Adron Doran University Center (ADUC).


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