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Bulldogs Announce 2015 Schedule

By John Gatto

BARBOURVILLE, Ky. - Union College head baseball coach Bart Osborne has announced the Bulldogs’ 2015 schedule. In all, Union are slated to play a 54-game schedule, with 36 of those contests set to be contested at Jerry W. Carey Stadium.

Things get underway for the Bulldogs in the month of February, a month in which they will play 15 of their 18 games on the month at home. The squad’s first series of the year will be a three-game set against Davenport (Mich.) on Feb 6-8.

Throughout the first month of the 2015 campaign, Union will play primarily out-of-conference games, only going to Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) on Feb. 18 and Asbury (Ky.) for a doubleheader on Feb. 24. The Bulldogs will host games against Asbury (Feb. 10), Concordia (Mich.) (Feb. 13-15), Spring Arbor (Mich.) (Feb. 20-21), and Shawnee State (Ohio) (Feb. 21-22) throughout the month.

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City police hold shop with a cop

Pictured is Barbourville Police Officer Matt Hammons as he assists a couple of children with their shopping during the annual Shop with a Cop program.

Pictured is Barbourville Police Officer Matt Hammons as he assists a couple of children with their shopping during the annual Shop with a Cop program.

By Bobbie Poynter

The Barbourville Police Department held its annual Shop with a Cop Monday. Eighteen children began their day with a pizza lunch at the Barbourville Fire Department followed by a visit and pictures with Santa Claus.

Afterwards, the officers took the children to Wal-Mart and gave each of them $125 to spend on whatever they wanted. Several of the officers’ wives and children assisted with the children’s shopping trip.

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Arrests 12/18/14

Monday 12/8

Matthew J. Barton, 22, Corbin; 4th degree assault.

Steven Coleman, 25, Barbourville; 4th degree assault, served 4 warrants.

Ryan Scott Feltner, 31, Corbin; receiving stolen property under $500.

Becky Morgan Grubb, 29, Barbourville; public intoxication not alcohol.

Bertie M. Karr, 22, London; 2 counts of receiving stolen property under $500.

Donald W. Roark, 48, Corbin; public intoxication not alcohol, 2 charges 2nd degree possession of a controlled substance.

Tina M. Steele, 29, Lexington, contempt.

Jeffery A. Vaughn Jr., ? Flat Lick, 4th degree domestic assault.

Kizzie F. Wilson, 21, Gray; contempt.

Tuesday  12/9

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Wildcats shut out at Bowman Memorial Tournament

The Lynn Camp Wildcats hosted the 19th Annual Bowman Memorial Classic this past week. The Wildcats lost three games on their home court to Pineville, McCreary County and Oneida Baptist Institute.

In the opening game, Lynn Camp lost to District rival Pineville 54-66. Pineville jumped out on the Wildcats in the first quarter 21-9 behind six points from Donald Collett and extended the lead to 15 points by the half at 36-21.

The Wildcats fought back in the third quarter cutting the deficit to seven at the 4:24 mark when Jayden Elliott stole the ball off the Wildcat press and laid it in while drawing a foul. Elliott completed a three point play for a 40-33 score.

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Police looking for burglar

Security video footage shows the alleged suspect and his vehicle, last recording traveling south on Hwy. 229 toward Barbourville.

Security video footage shows the alleged suspect and his vehicle, last recording traveling south on Hwy. 229 toward Barbourville.

Staff Report

The Knox County Sheriff’s office is asking for the public’s help in catching a thief. On Dec. 15 at approximately 12:30 p.m., Deputy Claude Hudson responded to a homeowner’s burglar alarm on KY 229 near the Laurel /Knox county line.

Deputy Hudson and the homeowner’s son viewed the home’s video surveillance. The video recorded a white older male, approximately 6 foot 2 inches tall and weighing around 200 pounds, break into the residence and leave with items from the home.

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