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Architectural historian Janie-Rice Brother, pictured directly above, will discuss the community’s...
 
Historian to discuss local architecture
By Tom Marshall Senior Advocate writer Architectural historian and Mt. Sterling native Janie-Rice Brother will offer a glimpse into the community’s building heritage at an upcoming speaking engagement at the Gateway Regional Arts Center. Rice works with the Kentucky Archaeological Survey, a joint project of the Kentucky Heritage Council and the University of Kentucky’s Dept. of Anthropology. The arts center will present “Mortar and Mystery: Building Stories. A Conversation with...
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Mother back behind bars
By Tom Marshall Senior Advocate writer Chasity Lewis, the mother alleged to have given her child suboxone to stop crying, is now being held in jail without bond. Feb. 2, Montgomery County Circuit Judge Beth Maze granted Lewis a $25,000...

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 Sports...  
Lady Indians shock Clark
By Dan Manley Advocate Sports Editor That old cliche’, “That’s why we play the games” was certainly fitting Friday night as the Montgomery County High School girls pulled...
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 Community...  
Setters applies for land application septage permit
By Tom Marshall Senior Advocate writer The Montgomery County Health Dept. has confirmed that Brent Setters of Setters Septic Tank Service and Portable Rest Rooms has...
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