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GRUMPY GREEN OGRE—Lukas Wilson, above as Shrek, is making his breakout...

 
Students will bring hit fairy tale/movie to life with presentation of 'Shrek The Musical'
By Afton Fairchild Spencer Guest writer “Shrek,” the story of a grumpy green ogre who befriends a donkey before an epic adventure ensues, made its debut in theaters more than a decade ago. Now, it’s making its debut in the Montgomery County High School auditorium. While the characters and story will be familiar to many, this version of the tale will be accented with the vocal talents of the student body as the high school takes on “Shrek The Musical.” “This show’s so fun,” senior Will Haydon, who plays Lord Farquaad, said. “It’s all about people, who might not be the same as everyone else,...
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New trial ordered in Dunn case
By Tom Marshall Senior Advocate writer The Kentucky Court of Appeals has overturned the conviction of Michael Dunn in a child sodomy case and ordered a new trial. A jury found Dunn guilty of five counts of sodomy in January 2010 involving a...

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 Sports...  
North Bullitt stops 6-game win streak
By Dan Manley Advocate Sports Editor Finding ways to win. That’s been the story for the Montgomery County High School softball team in 2014. After the Lady Indians lost...
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2 more meth labs found
By Tom Marshall Senior Advocate writer Two more roadside methamphetamine labs were discovered in the county after the Advocate went to press last week. That brings the...
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