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REVISED: KY 26 pavement repairs project in Whitley County 

MANCHESTER, Ky. (September 3, 2015) – KY 26 in Whitley County will be closed at mile points 13.27 – 13.51 beginning Monday, September 14 at 5 a.m. and concluding at 5 p.m. on Friday, September 18.

The road closure is necessary to complete concrete pavement repairs.

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Courthouse Filings

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Marriages:

Jessica Lee Mullins, 21, Gray to Ronald Dean Leas, Gray.

Latosha Rechelle Peavley, 27, Flat Lick to Dustin Wade Hoskins, 31, Pineville.

Casey Brooke Mills, 20, Corbin to Brian Paul Smith, 24, Corbin.

Deed Transfers:

Boyd B. II and Martina Helton to Ernest and Melissa Baker, property.

David E. Helton to Melissa A. Baker, Knox property.

Willow Creek Farms, LLC to West Knox Pharmacy, LLC, Knox property.

Adam Price and Ruby Price Meade and Brandy Scott Meade to Brandon D. and Elizabeth C. Mills, Knox property.

Ray Farris to Bryan W. Henry, Knox property.

Vernon Roger and Renee Brooks and Sandra and Skip Gregory to Geraldine Brooks, Knox property.

David C. Warren to Charlotte R. Taylor (trustee for David C. Warren Memorial Cemetery, Knox property.

Fred Thomas Higgins to Shannon Scott and Lori Nichole Runker, Knox property.

Crystal Lynn Sizemore Bennett to Carolyn Sue Gray, property.

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Barbourville First Month Perfect Attendance

For the complete list of students with perfect attendance, please see next week’s edition of The Mountain Advocate.

Picture submitted Pictured is the Barbourville 7th grade class, which had the highest attendance for the first month at 97.89%. The class won the first “OSCAR”  …………One Superb Class Attendance Rate. Look for the complete Barbourville Perfect Attendance list in next week's edition of the Mountain Advocate.

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Pictured is the Barbourville 7th grade class, which had the highest attendance for the first month at 97.89%. The class won the first “OSCAR” …………One Superb Class Attendance Rate. Look for the complete Barbourville Perfect Attendance list in next week’s edition of the Mountain Advocate.

Where the circle begins: Union freshmen commit to college’s core values

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For the Mountain Advocate

College is about traditions; it’s about completing the circle of education and moving toward the next phase of one’s life; it’s about discovering the values we all hold. More than 200 incoming college students committed themselves to this endeavor and pledged to support Union’s core values during the annual C.I.R.C.L.E.S. ceremony.

“This ceremony serves as a partnership between Union and the community,” said Union President Marcia Hawkins. “Here, we pledge our support to the success of our freshmen students and they plan to work diligently to reach their goals.”

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