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Miriam Turner, Montgomery County’s 2015 Distinguished Young Woman, participated in Kentucky’s state...
 
Turner makes top 10 of state DYW
By Jamie Vinson Advocate managing editor Kentucky’s state preliminary of Distinguished Young Women was held over the weekend at the Singletary Center for the Arts in Lexington. Montgomery County’s 2015 DYW, Miriam Turner, placed in the top 10. She earned a $400 cash scholarship. Turner participated among other girls from all over the state. “It was a great experience,” she said. “I loved meeting all the new girls. They were all really sweet. What they said to us, the program...
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Seven in county apply for hemp projects
By Tom Marshall Senior Advocate writer The Kentucky Dept. of Agriculture has received seven applications from Montgomery County to participate in this year’s hemp pilot projects. The dept. received 326 applications statewide. The Advocate...

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Hall event should be classic
By Dan Manley Advocate Sports Editor Five potentially excellent basketball games. The four top candidates for the prestigious Kentucky Mr. Basketball Award. Ten...
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 Community...  
Two arrested in meth lab case
By Tom Marshall Senior Advocate writer Two people were arrested last Friday after authorities reportedly found a methamphetamine lab at their residence on Howards Mill...
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