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BREAKING NEWS: More than 100 arrests expected in drug probe
By Tom Marshall Senior Advocate writer More than 100 arrests on hundreds of felony charges are expected as part of a drug sweep that kicked off Tuesday by Mt. Sterling Police. The arrests are part of what police have dubbed “Operation Continued Resolve” centered on the trafficking of heroin and prescription drugs in Mt. Sterling and Montgomery County. It is the result of a nine-month investigation that is continuing, Police Chief David Charles said. While most of those arrested as part of...
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Heart attack victim thanks officers
By Tom Marshall Senior Advocate writer Louis Cundiff calls the two law enforcement officers who helped save his life “unsung heroes.” Cundiff was behind the wheel of his 2007 Dodge 1500 pickup June 28 when he had a heart attack while driving...

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Montgomery blanks Thorobreds
By Dan Manley Advocate Sports Editor The Montgomery County Indians put together a solid all-around game Friday night at Cunningham Field and walked away with a convincing...
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Fire under investigation
By Tom Marshall Senior Advocate writer A fire that destroyed a mobile home in Jeffersonville last Friday is under investigation by the Kentucky State Police. The fire...
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