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Today's News

  • Subject arrested for alleged burglary

     

    The Caryville Police Department responded to a disturbance call last Saturday, resulting in an arrest for auto burglary and assaulting an officer.

    Caryville Officer Ben Marlow located a male subject waving down vehicles on Bruce Gap Road around 10:50 p.m., according to the arrest report.

  • The City of New Orleans is worth rebuilding

  • One in the Spirit

    “But now in Christ Jesus you who once were far off have been brought near in the blood of Christ.” (See Ephesians 2:11-22).
    In Ephesians, Paul addresses the relationship between grace and good works. We are “saved by grace”, but we are also saved for the purpose of doing “good works.” We should not confuse the two. Good works (even religion) are the result of salvation – not the cause. As someone said, “Don’t try to eat crackers and then whistle your way into heaven!”

  • We are living in the day of deception

  • Eagles flog HMMS, 48-0

    Jacksboro Middle School’s football team improved to 3-0 Thursday night with a 48-0 thrashing of Horace Maynard on the road.
    Paul Courdle rushed for 94 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Backfield mate Trey Torres gained 52 yards and also scored twice.
    Eagles quarterback Kaine Peel completed 100 percent of his passes, threw for a touchdown and a 2-point conversion. Peel also returned an interception 55 yards for a touchdown while playing on defense. Jesse Sharp scored a touchdown for Jacksboro with a fumble recovery.

  • Public Records Sept. 9

    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. 30 – Nov. 3

    Larry Nidiffer and Sue Ellen Nidiffer to Matthew S. Ogden and Candace S. Ogden, Dist. 3, $128,000.
    Paul Jackson and Wilma Jackson to Sherri S. Powell, Dist. 3, $132,500.
    James B. Sharp and James E. Sharp to David Ray Madron and Jamie Kim Madron, Dist. 1, $9,300.

  • CCHS cross-country runners fare well at early season meets

    Cross-country runners from Campbell County High School have done well in the first two meets of the year.
    Lauren Evans was girl’s runner-up at the recent Panther Creek Invitational season-opener near Morristown. She was 12 seconds behind the winner.
    Dayne Deavours finished 12th in the boy’s race. Both are juniors.
    During a much larger meet Saturday at Cherokee Blvd. in Knoxville, Evans and Deavours both ran personal-best times. Evans finished 6th in the girl’s race, while Deavours took 31st in the boy’s race.

  • Crappie fishing improves on Norris Lake

    The following is a weekly summary of the fishing conditions on Norris Lake as reported by creel clerks from the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA).

  • Tennessee Wildife Resources Agency news

    State game officials tweak
    deer carcass importation law

    The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Commission (TWRC) has made an amendment to a proclamation that was established in May concerning the addition of states from which deer carcasses are prohibited for importation unless bones were removed to aid in the prevention of chronic wasting disease (CWD) in Tennessee.

  • Cougars drop heartbreaker, 21-14

    Frustrating.
    In a word, that sums up the first two weeks of the season for Campbell County High School’s football team.
    The most recent disappointment for the Cougars (0-2 overall) was a 21-14 loss Friday night to visiting White County, a team they beat by 30 points last year while setting school single-game records for interceptions (4) and interceptions returned for touchdowns (2).
    This year looked to be more of the same until Campbell County blew a 14-point lead in the final three quarters.