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SMILING AT THE CROWD—Paul Germana and Shyanna Ritchie smiled at onlookers as they entered the...
 
Clinton narrowly wins Ky.
By Tom Marshall Senior Advocate writer Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton narrowly won Kentucky in the Democratic primary for president over Bernie Sanders Tuesday, but lost Montgomery County to the Vermont Senator. Unofficial results from the Kentucky State Board of Elections show Clinton defeating Sanders with 212,550 votes, or 46.76 percent, to Sanders’ 210,626, or 46.33 percent. Others receiving votes statewide were Martin J. O’Malley with 5,703 and Roque Rocky De La Fuente...
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Dunn still awaiting freedom
By Tom Marshall Senior Advocate writer Michael Dunn remains in legal limbo awaiting his freedom. In March, the Kentucky Supreme Court ruled that Dunn, 46, of Jeffersonville, could not stand trial on five counts of sodomy of which he had...

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Dyer throws shutout
By Dan Manley Advocate Sports Editor An unusual few days of baseball action last week for the Montgomery County Indians. And all of the action came against the Clark...
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Amburgey, long-time educator, dies
By Tom Marshall Senior Advocate writer Roger Dale Amburgey, a retired educator with the Montgomery County School District who mentored hundreds of students during his...
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