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Nearly 75 years after being reported missing, local World War II solider’s remains identified
By Brianna Stephens Advocate Associate Editor The family of Army Pfc. Jacob W. Givens, a Mt. Sterling World War II soldier whose remains were recently identified, said they are thankful to have closure nearly 75 years after he was reported missing in action. “This is a day we thought would never come,” Judi Calhoun of Prestonsburg said.She is Givens’ granddaughter. “It’s exciting for our family. It’s something that you don’t expect,” she added. Gov. Matt Bevin recognized Givens’...
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Adult Education Center moves to new location
By Brianna Stephens Advocate Associate Editor The Montgomery County Adult Education Skills U Center is settling in to its new location at 640 Woodford Drive. The center was open for its first week at the former location of the Montgomery...

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Montgomery County girls roll over South Laurel
By Dan Manley Advocate Sports Editor The Montgomery County girls’ soccer team gave up an early goal to South Laurel Monday night at Cunningham Field. Then the Tribe...
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 Community...  
Fly-In Drive-In event at airport Saturday adds vendors
By Brianna Stephens Advocate Associate Editor The Fly-In Drive-In Breakfast and Aviation Day has expanded to include more than 40 vendors, exhibitors and organizations...
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