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Nestle´ to get continued property tax break through agreement with county
By Tom Marshall Senior Advocate writer The Montgomery County Fiscal Court voted unanimously Nov. 19 to extend the maturity date of some Industrial Revenue Bonds to allow Nestlé to avoid paying full property taxes on the facility for five more years. Nestlé officials said this will amount to a savings for the company of about $500,000 over the five-year period. Nestlé officials told the county it plans to add about 60 new jobs as it starts several new lines of products in the near...
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Local foster mother charged with abuse
By Tom Marshall Senior Advocate writer A 10-month-old child is being treated at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital for extensive burns allegedly inflicted by a Mt. Sterling foster mother pouring hot chocolate on the child’s head. The incident...

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Lady Indians top Lewis in opener
By Dan Manley Advocate Sports Editor A year older, a year wiser and a year physically stronger, the Montgomery County High School girls’ basketball team showed signs of...
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Woman arrested after allegedly stealing from Arms of Love
By Tom Marshall Senior Advocate writer A Clearfield woman was allegedly apprehended with drugs after she reportedly confessed to stealing toys and other items from an...
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