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Dayspring Family Health Centers has received $325,000 in federal funding to provide substance abuse treatment in the area.
With spring cleaning officially getting underway this week, the LaFollette Library prepares to host its annual book sale on April 1 and April 2.
As more and more information makes its way into the vast, endless vault of cyberspace, fewer people find themselves in need of a trip to a nearby library.
A LaFollette man was taken into custody on March 4 after investigators with the Campbell County Sheriff’s Office obtained evidence linking him to burglaries in the area.
LaFollette Elementary School hosted a spirit week for reading last week, which concluded with its annual book and reading fair on Friday night.
Twelve students from Vanderbilt University spent some time in White Oak and Jellico last week as part of Vanderbilt’s largest student-run organization, Alternative Spring Break.
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