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Woman visits Barbourville restaurant naked, charged with indecent exposure

Courtesy of Matthew Rand, WYMT

No shirt, no shoes, no service.Kayla Nunn

Police say a Jackson County woman learned that rule the hard way when she tried to enter a Knox County restaurant naked.

The woman is now serving jail time for indecent exposure.

Employees at the Burger King in Barbourville say their Saturday shift started out normally enough, right up until around 10 p.m.The content you are trying to view is available only to subscribers. Please log-in or go to Register to subscribe today!

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Lynn Camp Mural

by Frank Shelton

Before the revealing of the mural, Principal Anthony Pennington gave a short speech. Mr. Pennington told the students waiting to see the mural that they did this for the students of Lynn Camp. He then thanked Teach for America (TFA) for helping the school have the possibility of creating this mural. The school wanted to put something special in the “Hall of Fame”. Not only did students from Lynn Camp contribute to this project, kids from Lexington added tiles to the mural.The content you are trying to view is available only to subscribers. Please log-in or go to Register to subscribe today!

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New health educator introduced

By David Stewart

Photo by David Stewart Public Health Director Rebecca Raines introduced new Public Health Educator Terry Lanham.

Photo by David Stewart
Public Health Director Rebecca Raines introduced new Public Health Educator Terry Lanham.

Rebecca Raines, Public Health Director for the Knox County Health Department, introduced the new Health Educator for the county, Terry Lanham, to the Knox County Health Coalition Tuesday.The content you are trying to view is available only to subscribers. Please log-in or go to Register to subscribe today!

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KCMS Boys’ Soccer gets first win of the season

 By Derrick Poff

For the Mountain Advocate

The Panther Boys’ Soccer team defeated a talented Northern Pulaski team 5-2. In the first half Nick Martin scored in the third minute to put the Panthers up 1-0.

Minutes later, Martin found the back of the net again putting the Panthers up 2-0.The content you are trying to view is available only to subscribers. Please log-in or go to Register to subscribe today!

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Knox Central softball defeats Pineville 15-13

By Michaela Miller

Photo by Michaela Miller  Pictured left to right are: Madison Hicks, Sarah Swafford and Cassie Hale. Swafford pitched all of 6 innings for the Panthers Thursday against Pineville with a win 15-13.

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Pictured left to right are: Madison Hicks, Sarah Swafford and Cassie Hale. Swafford pitched all of 6 innings for the Panthers Thursday against Pineville with a win 15-13.

A four-game loss streak was broken Thursday night at Knox Central’s softball game against Pineville. The Panthers really showed team work and positive energy with a 15-13 win.

The Panther’s wasted no time in the first inning and scored an outstanding 12 runs on Pineville. Freshman Madison Hicks scored a run as well as Cassie Hale and Montana Jones.

The bases stayed loaded for most of the top of the first, which is where the Panthers made the most runs.

Sarah Swafford pitched all of 6 innings Thursday, and kept Pineville from scoring at all in the first.

KC scored their next run in the top of the second by senior Kristen Smith. With a 13-5 lead for Knox Central, the Lions slowly started to catch up.

The panthers would not score again till the bottom of the third with a run by sophomore Amber Philpot that made the score 7-14.

In the sixth, the Panthers would score again, and Pineville would make an immense comeback in the bottom of the last inning.

Fortunately for the Panthers, it would not be enough for Pineville as they took home a win, to break the four-game losing streak, 15-13.

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