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Today's News

  • Board of Education discusses attendance, bullying

    After a 30-minute executive session delay, the board of education zipped through the remaining agenda items at Tuesday night’s meeting.

    Finance

    The board voted unanimously to award the 2012-13 custodial supply contract to Ellison Supply after a bid of $21,768.85.

    “Recommendation for the award is Ellison Supply,” said Karen Henegar. Jeff Marlow was absent.

  • Puttin’ on steam

     Two of General Robert Neyland’s maxims were “Play for and make the breaks, and when one comes your way – Score! If at first the game or the breaks go against you, don’t let up…put on more steam.”

                The Campbell County Cougars could not have put those words into better use than they did Thursday night in the stadium named after Neyland himself.

  • Jellico playing back to basics football

                A perfect step, good hand placement, and a good snap are crucial.

                In football, it’s the little things that can make the difference between a win and a loss. For Jellico, it’s become their focus.

  • FRIDAY NIGHT PREVIEW: Jellico vs. Williamsburg

      By Chris Cannon

     

    When: Friday

     

    Where: Jellico High School

     

    Kickoff: 7:30 p.m.

     

    Records: Williamsburg (0-0) at Jellico (0-0)

     

    Previous meeting: The Blue Devils and the Yellowjackets met last year in the first game of the season, Williamsburg prevailing 58-0 over Jellico.

     

  • FRIDAY NIGHT PREVIEW: Campbell County vs. Seymour

    When: Friday

     

    Where: Campbell County High School; Hope L. Dossett Stadium

     

    Kickoff: 7:30 p.m.

     

    Records: Seymour (0-0) at Campbell County (0-0)

     

    Previous meeting: The Cougars and the Eagles met last year in the first game of the season, Seymour prevailing 42-6 over Campbell County

     

  • Eagles looking to better season

                Falling just short in the finals last season, the Jacksboro Eagles are looking to come back strong in their 2012 campaign. With an abundance of experienced talent on the squad, the finals may be all they have to worry about.

  • Changing lives through running

                For many, running is something that is never though about. However, in Campbell County, it’s becoming a way of life for some youngsters.

                The Campbell County elementary and middle school cross-country runners are beginning their eighth season. This season, they’ve grown the program bigger then any previous year.

  • Grand jury returns indictments

     The Campbell County Grand Jury convened Aug. 10 and returned the following indictments:

    Glenn Howard- DUI over .20 BAC, DUI without BAC, violation HMVO, violation registration, and violation light law.

    Willis York- DUI, violation of financial responsibility.

    Linda Ward- possession of drug paraphernalia, violation of open container.

    Kevin Greene- felony possession of drug paraphernalia, initiation of the process to manufacture meth.

    Russell Stothers- DUI.

  • Public records Aug. 16, 2012

    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

    AUG. 6  – AUG. 10

    James Anderson to Randal Butler, Dist. 1, $2,000.

    Bobby Wilson to Bobby Wilson and Amanda Lee Wilson, Dist. 3.

    Donald Ferguson and Kathy V. Ferguson to Angelika Lowery and Kenneth R. Lowery, Dist. 3, $6500.

    Morgan Smith to Regina Blankenship and David Blankenship, Dist. 4, $2,000.

  • Local girl’s family finds support from Oley Foundation

     At 8 years old, Ally Winter has overcome many obstacles.