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Citizens sounded off on a variety of topics, ranging from roads to floating homes, during Monday’s Campbell County Commission workshop.
“I think I can, I think I can,” says the little engine as it climbs the train tracks on a steep hill.
Jacksboro residents in Eagle Bluff Springs and on Mt. Perkins Lane and Water Street will no longer have to manage water runoff issues that may be affecting or damaging homes.
During Tuesday night’s meeting, the Campbell County Board of Education took some time to recognize a few groups and individuals for their recent accomplishments.
Campbell County students in grades 3-8 will begin taking the paper and pencil version of the TNReady exam next week.
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