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Montgomery County High School hosted its 53rd annual graduation Friday in the MCHS Arena. Above:...
 
Pool study results unveiled
By Tom Marshall Senior Advocate writer An architect hired by the Mt. Sterling-Montgomery County Parks and Recreation Commission to complete a pool study estimates that it will take at least $3.5 to $4 million to build a new aquatic center. Patrick D. Hoagland, an architect with Brandstetter Carroll Inc. of Lexington, told the commission at its meeting last Friday that he had come to that conclusion after conducting a study of the community’s pool situation. Hoagland presented results...
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Murder suspect facing drug charges
By Tom Marshall Senior Advocate writer Authorities allege that murder suspect Nickie Miller was in possession of heroin and methamphetamine and with a known drug trafficking suspect when he was recently arrested for a reported bond violation in...

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 Sports...  
Lady Indians find momentum, earn region berth
By Dan Manley Advocate Sports Editor Just a week ago the Montgomery County High School softball team had a 7-18 record and were staring at a district matchup with Bourbon...
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Memorial Day Services set
By Brianna White Advocate Staff writer The annual Memorial Day ceremony will take place on the steps of the courthouse at noon, Monday, May 29. Mayor Gary Williamson...
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