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CARYVILLE—After more than to weeks without a permanent police chief, Caryville may be on the road to getting somebody to fill the position.
Flu season has arrived in Campbell County, where health department nurses began administering free flu shots last week to anyone who didn’t get one during the fall.
JACKSBORO—One of the drivers in a head-on collision that sent two people to the hospital was still listed in critical condition Tuesday, while the other was stable.
Campbell County has begun the search for a new Emergency Medical Services director after County Mayor E.L. Morton surprisingly fired Danny Sheckles from the position on Jan. 6.
Just six months since LaFollette was charged nearly $3,000 to remove sludge from the city gas pumps, a problem that could cost more than four times as much might be looming.
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.
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