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Two Campbell County manufacturing plants are closing, putting about 184 people out of work.
JACKSBORO— Jacksboro police Detective Mike Starrett is recovering from last Friday’s crash in his cruiser, but there is still a long way to go before he can return to work.
In the span of three days, multiple crashes in the county caused three fatalities, several serious injuries, and long Interstate highway shutdowns.
Campbell County High School’s gymnasium is named after Coach John Brown, and an honoree at the Campbell County game last Thursday night played for the man.
A driver whose truck was hit head-on by a suspected drunk driver Jan. 9 died from his injuries early Tuesday at the University of Tennessee Medical Center in Knoxville.
Sparks were flying between Mayor Mike Stanfield and Councilman Hansford Hatmaker at the LaFollette City Council Workshop Monday night.
The city of LaFollette is getting a house for free and the mayor hopes to turn it into a homeless shelter.
Just like most motorists nationwide, Campbell County residents are enjoying lower gasoline prices, which have dropped to an average of $1.86 a gallon through the first month of 2015.
JELLICO—Jellico Community Hospital is nearing an agreement on a new management partnership, but the deal isn’t ready just yet.
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