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After the logging and extraction industries lost momentum in eastern Kentucky during the mid-1900s, the city invested heavily in developing Morehead State University as a means to secure economic growth.
As of 2000, Rowan County was the home of 25 Evangelical churches, four Mainline Protestant churches, one Catholic Church and one Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) congregation.
This represents a net increase of five congregations.
Six congregations (all Evangelical) were established between 19, while one (also an Evangelical congregation) closed.
A small number of other residents belonged to religious groups not represented in one of these categories.
During a number of skirmishes for the next few years, at least 20 people were killed and possibly 100 were wounded.
After the state militia came to settle the feud, the Disciples of Christ established a church and school which served as the forerunner to the university. It was considered an important shipping center in the region, and the city of Chesapeake, Ohio even carried out developments on the road system of Morehead.
Its abundance of lumber, fire clay, farm products and gas made it an active center of industry, of which was mainly oriented towards agriculture.
In 1974, tourism was boosted by the impoundment of Cave Run Lake, the largest lake in Eastern Kentucky.
Hiking trails dating back to the 1960s and 1970s are still maintained for foot traffic around Cave Run Lake, however, officials are attempting to address the difficulties faced by cyclists and horseback riders crossing the trails.