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Free live music was provided during the Court Days Festival as performers took the Bluegrass Sound...
 
Weather fails to dampen Court Days spirit
By Tom Marshall Senior Advocate writer Poorer than expected weather conditions didn’t dampen the enthusiasm of the thousands of shoppers who braved cool temperatures and intermittent rain throughout the Court Days weekend. Despite a drop in the number of vendors the turnout was good, local officials say. “I thought it was a very well attended festival,” Tourism Director Tracy Pearce said. Even on Saturday when a steady drizzle threatened, the crowd occasionally went for cover, but...
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Toy, Sizemore, to be honored Tuesday
By Tom Marshall Senior Advocate writer There will be a ceremony to rename two Montgomery County roads in honor of a Pearl Harbor survivor and a soldier who lost his life in Iraq 5 p.m. Tuesday at the Montgomery County Airport. Legislation filed...

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 Sports...  
Indians in attack mode, sweep district foes
By Dan Manley Advocate Sports Editor Senior forward Nolan Moser scored a hat trick last Thursday night to lead the Montgomery County Indians to a 6-1 win over Clark County...
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Montgomery workers help locate lost hikers
By Jamie Vinson Advocate managing editor Montgomery County Fire/EMS, the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office and 911 Center assisted in the search for two hikers Sunday...
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