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Retired Army general submits high bid for Golf At Acorns property, event venue
By Tom Marshall Senior Advocate writer Retired Army Gen. John G. Coburn submitted the high bid Oct. 29 for the Golf At Acorns golf course and event venue on Camargo Road at a Master Commissioner’s Sale held at the property. Gen. Coburn, of Mt. Sterling, submitted a bid of $2 million, according to his son, Bob Coburn. The sale has not been officially recorded with the County Clerk’s office by press time. The general told the Advocate he would like to keep the course public and...
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Wilson captured after standoff
By Tom Marshall Senior Advocate writer Terry Wilson was apprehended early Monday morning after reportedly engaging authorities in a standoff at the same house where he did so two years earlier. Wilson, 54, of Owingsville, had allegedly been...

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 Sports...  
Girls fall to Bruins, but what a year it was!
By Dan Manley Advocate Sports Editor The volleyball season came to an end for the Montgomery County High School squad Friday evening at the Letcher Norton Gym in...
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 Community...  
Senior Center in-person services will resume
The Montgomery County Senior Center will reopen to in-person services twice a week next week. The Gateway Area Development District (GADD) has announced that the...
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