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NASHVILLE—Although the number of deaths from traffic crashes in Tennessee in 2014 dropped slightly from the previous year, fatalities in Campbell County rose by 25 percent.
Boyd Wayne Kitts of LaFollette died with knowing what happened to his only child.
Gannon Dilbeck arrived just in time to watch the TaxSlayer Bowl with his dad, Ryan, and grandpa, Von.
It’s been said that you can’t fight city hall, but Tuesday’s LaFollette City Council Meeting showed that you just might be able to fight in it.
After 56 years of selling real estate, LaFollette’s Tom Leach, 90, has decided to give it up and turn his business over to a younger man.
Not only has the LaFollette Eye Clinic moved into a brand-new building on Jacksboro Pike, the clinic also has added another optometrist, Dr. Jacquelyn Short, to its staff.
CARYVILLE—Officially without a police chief for more than a week, the town of Caryville plans to set a workshop to deal with the issue at their next regular meeting.
Not only will authorities not confirm a connection between captured fugitive Lonnie Vann and the missing Rhonda Daugherty; they won’t deny one either.
After nearly a year without a city administrator, LaFollette expects to be finished interviewing candidates by the end of January.
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