Local News

  • Caryville board has busy night

    On Monday night the Caryville Board of Mayor and Aldermen were anxious to start the task at hand.

    Mayor Robert Stooksbury started the meeting with relatively good news. He shared with the board the town was operating at 72- percent expenditures and the normal should be 75- percent. Stooksbury commended them for a job well done. Last year the town was forced to furlough employees because of financial issues.

  • Carroll arrested for harassment

    On April 4, the Caryville Police Department was dispatched to a home where a group of people said they were in fear for their lives.

    The victims told Sgt. Freddy Walker Chief Johnny Jones has been there earlier in the day on the same complaint.

    The people alleged Timothy Carroll, 38, 192 Cherry Lane, Jacksboro  would not stop harassing them, the report said.

  • Board members take issue with supervisors not attending meetings

    School board members kicked off Tuesday’s meeting by recognizing a number of individuals and groups for their accomplishments.

  • Public Records

    Editor’s Note: Readers are cautioned that some names may be the same as or similar to other members of the community.


    Campbell County Property Transfers

    March 28 – April 1


    Tn Land Partners LLC to James Morris and Kerry Morris, Dist. 1, $100,000.

    Wendy Smothers to Michael L. Viola and Matthew E. Viola, Dist. 1, $120,000.

    Charles Billis to Harold Lynch, Dist. 5, $5,000.

  • Storm knock out power

    As storms tore threw Campbell County on Monday night some of the area’s power went with them.

  • Nance, Green retain seats

    The results of Saturday’s municipal elections didn’t change the dynamics on the Jacksboro Board of Mayor and Aldermen.

    Incumbents Ray Green and Mattie Lou Nance won their seats over challenger Jerri Starrett.

    With the final votes tallied Green took the bulk of the ballots earning 138 votes. Nance was a close second with 122 votes, according to election commission records. Starrett closed the race with 74 votes.

  • BOE continues interview process for new director

     As the days tick down to the final vote for Campbell County’s next director of schools, the applicants are continuing to vie for the position.

  • Property Assessor’s office is expanding

    The Campbell County Property Assessor’s office is growing.

    On May 5, Property Assessor Brandon Partin will open a second office in Jellico. “We will be open on Thursdays only from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.” said Partin. The office will be located in the same building as the county clerk and offer the same services as the Jacksboro office with the exception of mapping. Some issues may still require a trip to the Jacksboro office, he said.

  • LaFollette City council approves a new tractor

    At Tuesday night’s LaFollette City Council meeting the council seemed to be in agreement on every item.

  • County gets money for archives


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    Campbell County’s archive program now has a little more money to work with.