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Syringe program not a go
By Tom Marshall Senior Advocate writer A countywide syringe exchange program is essentially dead for now after the Montgomery County Fiscal Court unanimously voted it down Tuesday. Commissioner Billy Ray Fawns made a motion to vote on the matter and fellow commissioners Melody Townsend and Jack “Rackle” Adams joined him in voting no. Judge-Executive Wally Johnson added a no vote to make it 4-0. The Mt. Sterling City Council and the Montgomery County Board of Health previously voted to...
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Bigstaff enters not guilty plea in marijuana case
By Tom Marshall Senior Advocate writer Thomas J. “T.J.” Bigstaff III entered a not guilty plea Tuesday in U.S. District Court to a charge that he “did knowingly and intentionally manufacture 100 or more marijuana plants.” Police reportedly...

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 Sports...  
Indians finish off Panthers in first half
By Dan Manley Advocate Sports Editor Get there, Get an early lead and then a running clock. Play everybody you can and don’t get anybody hurt. Get back home. That’s...
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 Community...  
Bids come in over budget on pool project
By Tom Marshall Senior Advocate writer Opening of the new community aquatic center by next summer is in jeopardy unless the project is split into two phases, the...
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