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FINAL FAREWELL—Former Montgomery County Fire Dept. Battalion Chief “C.D.” Highley received a salute...
 
Community mourns loss of "C.D." Highly
By Tom Marshall Senior Advocate writer Charles David “C.D.” Highley, who served the Mt. Sterling and Montgomery County fire dept.’s for 37 years, died Sept. 8 at his home from the effects of cancer. He was 64. Current county Fire Chief Mike Mosbey called Highley one of “the legends of the dept.” Highley started out with the old city fire dept. where firefighters worked 24 hours on and 48 off while responding to calls on their days off when they remained on-call. “They lived it 24...
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6,791 marijuana plants seized on Paris Pike
By Tom Marshall Senior Advocate writer Authorities seized 6,791 marijuana plants and detained 12 suspected illegal immigrant workers Monday at a property on Paris Pike. More arrests are expected to follow as part of the suspected marijuana...

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Indians take down Cardinals
By Dan Manley Advocate Sports Editor Nobody could have seen this one coming. The Clark County Cardinals entered Friday night’s matchup with Montgomery County at...
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Virginia couple sentenced for local crime spree
By Tom Marshall Senior Advocate writer A Virginia couple was sentenced last Friday in Montgomery County Circuit Court for their roles in a crime spree, part of which...
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