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DUBOIS GRANTS—Gov. Steve Beshear joined local officials, the Dubois Community Center Board of...
 
Grant funds awarded to help restore, repair Dubois center
Special to the Advocate A historic local building will be repaired and reopened for community use thanks to a pair of grants, Gov. Steve Beshear announced Tuesday. The Dubois Community Center has been awarded grants totaling $590,772 to rehabilitate the sagging, unsafe building, which has been closed four years due to safety concerns. The building, according to a release from Beshear’s office, will be reopened to the public for needed community services such as mentoring and tutoring...
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Boo Fest moved
Boo Fest in the Park at Easy Walker has been moved to Mt. Sterling Elementary tonight (Oct. 31). It will be from 6-8 p.m. with many local businesses and civic groups passing out treats to all the little ghouls and goblins in a safe environment.

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It ended in a thud, but season was no dud!
By Dan Manley Advocate Sports Editor The Montgomery County boys’ soccer team saw one of the most successful seasons in school history come to an end Saturday afternoon in...
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Sacrifices, duty of military veterans Toy, Sizemore honored
Special to the Advocate State and local officials gathered Tuesday in Montgomery County for a ceremony to rename roads in honor of a Pearl Harbor survivor who has dedicated...
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