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The driver of this dune buggy was allegedly intoxicated when he plowed...

 
Boot Ranch damaged by dune buggy driver
By Tom Marshall Senior Advocate writer An allegedly intoxicated dune buggy driver lost control of the vehicle near a liquor store on Levee Road last Friday and crashed into the side of the Boot Ranch, according to Mt. Sterling police. After allegedly visiting Rt. 11 Liquors, police said the dune buggy driver reportedly lost control while headed south on Levee Road and narrowly missed a telephone pole before plowing into the business about 11 a.m. Boot Ranch owner Michael May told the...
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Local boy receives travel trailer through Make-A-Wish
By Tom Marshall Senior Advocate writer Six-year-old Jack Wells thinks he will like camping. He’s about to find out. This past week Wells received a 31-foot Shasta travel trailer from the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Make-A-Wish grants wishes to...

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 Sports...  
Soccer tradition here spans four decades
By Dan Manley Advocate Sports Editor The year was 1978 and the sport of soccer was still, primarily, a South American, European and Mid-Eastern sport. Just over a...
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McNabb teacher stresses importance of CPR training after helping save life
By Brianna Stephens Advocate Staff writer A local teacher recently had the chance to reunite with a man who he and his mother helped save via CPR in November. ...
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