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Traffic signal going up at 110 exit
By Tom Marshall Senior Advocate writer A new traffic signal is being installed at the 110 exit of Interstate 64 in Mt. Sterling. Portions of the intersection may be closed during the installation process that is expected to take four to eight weeks, said Natasha Lacy, a spokesperson with the state transportation cabinet’s District 7 headquartered in Lexington. Crews have been seen working at the site the past several days. Local officials were thrilled with the news. They believe it...
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Health dept. responds to reported Hepatitis A case involving worker at local restaurant
The Montgomery County Health Dept. has responded to a reported case of Hepatitis A in an employee of the Lee’s Famous Recipe located at 205 Evans Ave., according to a release issued Monday. The employee was not directly involved in food...

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Steak and Bean Bowl ends on exciting note
By Dan Manley Advocate Sports Editor “I think we accomplished a lot,” was the way Montgomery County head football coach Jamie Egli summed up spring football for 2018 at...
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Voters to head to the polls Tuesday
By Tom Marshall Senior Advocate writer The candidates will be able to put away all those campaigns after next Tuesday when the May primary season comes to a...
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