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Today's News

  • News Notes

    Dedication of the 27th Habitat for Humanity house in Campbell County will be held March 24 at 7 p.m. The address is 768 Coolidge Road. For information call 566-7666. 

     

  • Relay for Life events

    Benefit Singing for Relay 4 Life at Coolidge First Baptist Church will be held March 25at 7 pm. Donations accepted. The singers are Stanfield Church of God Choir, Vanessa Dupuy and Bobbie Archer with the New Freedom Community Baptist Church Choir and Amy Leach with the Willow Brook Baptist Youth Choir. 

     

    Relay 4 Life Bingo will be held March 31 at Jacksboro Middle School at 6 p.m.

     

  • Senior Citizens of Campbell County

    Senior Citizens of Campbell County

    March 24 – April 2  

     

    Thursday

    9:30 a.m. Pat’s line dance class

    11: 30 a.m. Lunch serving baked chicken, mashed potatoes w/gravy, peas and apple pie  

    6 p.m. Snack bar hamburgers and hot dogs

    7 p.m. Live Jamboree w/Junior and Friends $5 admission

     

    Friday

    10 a.m. Bingo

    11:30 a.m. Lunch serving chicken pot pie, baked potatoes, corn, fruit cocktail 

  • Church News

    East LaFollette Baptist Church will host the "Golden Biscuit" Awards on March 25. Dinner will begin at 6:15 p.m., with the show to begin at 7:30. All proceeds going towards missions. At least three more mission trips are planned for 2011.  The dinner and show are free but donations are suggested and very much appreciated.

     

    Cumberland View Baptist Church will have a special service on March 27 at 3 p.m. This will be for the note burning of the debt of the church.

     

  • From a Mother's Heart

    Making the right decisions in life

     

    According to Webster’s Dictionary, the meaning for decision is (1) the act of deciding or settling a dispute or question by giving a judgment. (2) The act of making up one’s mind. (3) a judgment or conclusion reached or given. (4) determination; firmness of mind.

  • On Higher Ground

    The Lord can work on their hearts even in prison

     

    “Mr. Bill! Can you help me?!” cried poor Shannon. We called her “Little Shannon” because of her petite four foot-11 inch frame. Her pale face, accentuated by her short blonde hair, was a look of horror. It seems a spider had crawled up onto the drive-up window, and she was deathly afraid of the ugly arachnids. Before I could even discern her trouble, one of the other girls had dispatched the creature, and life returned to normal.

  • Faithful Words

    Church membership problems

     

    “Unto the angel of the church of Thyatira write . . . I know thy works” (See Revelation 2:18-29, RSV).

  • Spiritually Speaking

    Do we have a sure foundation?

     

    With so many things coming to pass before our very eyes, is the church asleep? Are we, who call ourselves Christians, letting our light shine? Do we clearly at all times separate the dark from the light in such a manner that others may see? I am referring right now to you and me. It is time to make up our mind to stand firm.

    As we look around we see our society meshing into something gray. Nothing absolute, no foundation; whatever feels good do it. There is no white or black.

  • 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 14- March 18

     

    Reece F. Green and Ruby Green to Bruce Koester, Dist. 3, $183,000.

    BC Arnold to Victory F. Wilson and Linda D. Wilson, Dist. 1, $15,000.

    Ralph Smith and Imogene Smith to Greg Miller, Dist. 1, $8,000.

  • Baseball Cougars get pair of wins

      After getting off to a rocky start, the Campbell County High School baseball team won consecutive home games last week against the Knoxville Ambassadors and Oneida.

    The Cougars (0-1 district, 2-1 overall) opened the season on March 16 at Clinton, where they fell 13-9 to the Dragons.

    With two runners on base in the top of the first inning, senior first baseman Andrew Dykes belted a home run to left field for a 3-0 Campbell County lead. The Cougars gave up a run in the bottom of the first inning and held the Dragons scoreless in the second.