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Rain didn’t dampen spirits of those attending the local annual Martin Luther King Jr. march Sunday,...
 
Overdose cases being heard in federal court
By Tom Marshall Senior Advocate writer Local law enforcement are now pursuing overdose death and near-death cases in federal court, where they believe sentences meted out are generally stronger than in state court. As examples they cite a case last week in which a Detroit, Mich., man was sentenced to life in prison in connection with the overdose death of a Madison County man and another involving a Lexington man who also faces a possible life sentence after being convicted of selling a...
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Pelfrey gets 5 years in death case
By Tom Marshall Senior Advocate writer A Carlisle woman was sentenced to five years in prison last Friday in connection with a fatal traffic accident in 2015. Jenny Rebecca Pelfrey, 43, was allegedly under the influence of drugs when she...

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Clark pressure cooker tenderizes Tribe
By Dan Manley Advocate Sports Editor The streak was bound to end. Montgomery County had beaten Clark County 11 consecutive times in boys’ basketball and the rivalry is...
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Dubois renovation project gets funding boost
By Tom Marshall Senior Advocate writer The Dubois Community Center renovation project got a considerable boost last week when Traditional Bank donated $20,000 to go...
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