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Teachers urge board not to cut a day from contracts
By Tom Marshall Senior Advocate writer A motion to cut a day from the 187-day contracts of teachers and others working 240 days failed Tuesday during a vote by the Montgomery County Board of Education. Board Chair Alice Anderson proposed that a day be cut from the contracts of the employees to save money. The 187-day contracts include 296 certified teachers while the 240--day contracts include a variety of personnel. The district projected to save about $100,000 a year in salary with...
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Pool opening still up in the air
By Tom Marshall Senior Advocate writer The Mt. Sterling-Montgomery County Parks and Recreation Commission tabled action last Friday on a proposal to not open the new aquatic center and cancel travel tournaments for the summer. Parks and Rec...

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Anderson overcomes senior woes, will move on to play at Asbury
By Dan Manley Advocate Sports Editor Mason Anderson is another one of those success stories that is particularly noteworthy during the current pandemic. Anderson, an...
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County to solicit bids for food service at jail
By Tom Marshall Senior Advocate writer The Montgomery County Fiscal Court plans to solicit bids for food service at the Montgomery County Regional Jail. At its most...
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