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NEW CHIEF—Terry Landrum recently took over as chief of the Mt....

 
Landrum looks forward to new role as MSPD chief
By Tom Marshall Senior Advocate writer After putting out race riots, dealing with Klan rallies and coping with the big city violence that accompanies someplace like Memphis, Tenn., Terry Landrum looks forward to coming back home to Kentucky. Landrum, 59, took over as Mt. Sterling police chief last week. He replaces Wayne Green, who had served as interim chief for almost a year. Landrum is originally from Wolfe County and said he wanted to be closer to his parents. His father lives in...
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Local alert system switching providers
By Tom Marshall Senior Advocate writer The Code Red alert system used in the past is being replaced in Montgomery County. MoCo Alert is now offered through a partnership with RAVE Mobile Safety and is free to individuals who sign up for...

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High looking for answers during summer ball
By Dan Manley Advocate Sports Editor Plenty of questions and a few answers. That’s where new Montgomery County girls’ basketball coach Dustin High finds himself as the...
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Montgomery County Adult Education Skills U program holds GED graduation
The Montgomery County Adult Education Skills U held its annual GED graduation ceremony June 20. Eight graduates participated in the ceremony at the Clay Community Center...
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