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At one point in the fourth quarter, it did not look like the Campbell County Cougars boys basketball team was going to pick up a win Friday night at home.
The LaFollette Police Department apprehended a robbery suspect one day after he was alleged to have stolen money from a cash register at Dollar General.
During Tuesday night’s meeting, the council voted to make River Drive a one-way street from Beech Street to Chestnut Street, effective Jan. 1.
Some Campbell County retailers don’t yet have all of their figures tallied, but most say that their sales exceeded or broke even on Black Friday.
Both the Jacksboro Middle varsity boys and girls basketball teams fell to Jefferson in action Monday night at Jacksboro.
Though the Jellico High School boys basketball team started the season 0-6 through Saturday, Jellico’s record might be the most misleading statistic in local basketball right now.
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