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Today's News

  • Attorney Webb named as defendant in lawsuit

    Timothy Webb may have the spent the last few years asking the courts to grant judgments on behalf of his clients, but that is not the case currently.

    Webb has now found himself named as a defendant in a $4 million lawsuit that is alleging he intentionally deceived clients.

    In June, Billy and Shirley Powell filed the lawsuit against Webb and his now defunct legal practice.

    Earlier this year, the Tennessee Supreme Court placed Webb on disability inactive status, halting him from practicing law.

  • Now on stands

    The latest edition of Norris Life, a magazine highlighting Norris Lake and its people is now on news stands. Also, The Best Mountain and Lake Real Estate guide is available. Both publications can be viewed under the Special Sections tab of www.lafollettepress.com

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  • Basketball camp draws record crowd

    Judging from attendance at last week’s summer camp, the community has embraced the recent success of Campbell County High School’s basketball teams.

    This year’s camp attracted a record 83 participants, in grade levels K-8, who were eager to take instruction from two coaches that led their teams to the regional tournament last season.

    Attendance this year was nearly double that of the 2008 camp.

    “We’re really pleased with year two of our camp,” said CCHS Boy’s Head Basketball Coach Barry Jones.

  • Sluggish bats bog down Cougars' baseball team

    Runs have been a bit hard to come by for the Campbell County High School varsity baseball team.

    As a result, the Cougars’ summer league record dropped to 3-4 Monday night following a doubleheader loss to visiting Lenoir City.

    Campbell County was shut out 9-0 in the first game and suffered a 3-1 setback in the nightcap.

    The Cougars produced only one hit (single by Chris Hutson) and got three runners on base during the first game.

  • Renewal of Campbell County vs. AC rivalry is long past due

    As if the looming Campbell County vs. Anderson County high school football series needed any more drama, the hiring of Davey Gillum last week as AC’s new head coach all but guaranteed the matchup will become one of East Tennessee’s hottest rivalries.

    Gillum, who grew up in Jacksboro, helped put AC football on the map during the mid-1990s. He was an all-state selection after leading the Mavericks to the Class 4A state semifinals in 1996.

    As a high school junior, he rushed for nearly 2,000 yards and 18 touchdowns. He graduated from AC in 1997.