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Today's News

  • Program offers Tennesseans relief on their mortgage payments

    Many struggling Tennessee families are now receiving help with their house payments through the Keep My Tennessee Home program.
    Tennessee is one of 18 states to receive federal “hardest hit” funds, according to a statewide press release.
    The United States Treasury has provided $217 million worth of funds to the Keep My Tennessee Home program, which the Tennessee Housing Development Agency administers to eligible families, said Patricia Smith, director of public affairs for the THDA.

  • CCHS celebrates homecoming week, parade set for Friday

    Campbell County High School’s homecoming parade will displace the normal traffic breezing through downtown LaFollette on Friday afternoon. Director of Schools Donnie Poston is the parade’s grand marshal

    The parade will leave the LaFollette United Methodist Church and the senior citizen’s center around 1:30 p.m. and will end near Sonic.

  • Louie Bluie Music and Arts Festival to highlight a variety of musical performances

    A diverse group of musicians will take the stage at the sixth annual Louie Bluie Music and Arts Festival on Sept. 29.

    The Louie Bluie Music and Arts Festival honors the legacy of Howard “Louie Blue” Armstrong. Armstrong, who grew up in LaFollette, influenced many genres of music, mastering 22 instruments, festival spokesperson Lisa McCloud said.

    To honor Armstrong, the festival will feature musicians who represent various genres. There will be performances at three stages: the Louie Bluie Stage, the Armstrong Theatre and the Community Stage.

  • Hatmaker requests commissioner’s presence on committees

       Commissioner Tom Hatmaker called County Mayor William Baird’s leadership into question Monday night. As the commission discussed appointments to the industrial committee and planning commission, Hatmaker requested to be added to the emergency medical service committee and the environmental committee.

    “I participate in the meetings, I just don’t have a vote,” Hatmaker said. “This just gives me a vote.”

  • Police warn of dangers of meth house

    The unassuming brown house with a blue door sits under a hill in Jacksboro. It appears similar to the other homes on Cedar Circle.

    Except for the yellow crime scene tape that encircles the front porch and the quarantined signs that decorate the front of the home.

    The house at 353 Cedar Circle is just one of 194 homes quarantined in Campbell County because meth had been produced there, according to the Tennessee Meth Registry.

  • Sports News Sept. 13, 2012

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    Turkey Shoot

  • FRIDAY NIGHT PREVIEW: Jellico @ Midway

    When: Friday

    Where: Midway High School; Roane County, Tenn.

    Kickoff: 7:30 p.m.

    Records: Jellico (0-4) at Midway (1-3)

    Previous meeting: Last season, Midway took this non-district game from the Blue Devils. The Green Waves took last year’s game, the first between the two schools since 2004, 56-12 in Jellico.

  • FRIDAY NIGHT PREVIEW: Campbell County vs. Clinton

    When: Friday

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

    Kickoff: 7:30 p.m.

    Records: Clinton (0-4, 0-2 District 3-AAA) at Campbell County (2-3, 1-2)

    Previous meeting: Campbell County took last year’s meeting in the District 3-AAA contest at Clinton. The Cougars took the win 28-23.

  • Red Zone Regrets

    Campbell County racked up 508 yards of offense, but miscues within the red zone put a damper on their upset bid over Hardin Valley.

    Five times, the Cougars were within the 5-yard line, resulting in only two scores. A trip to the 8-yard line also resulted in Campbell County coming away empty handed.

    With two turnovers on downs, a fumble, and an interception inside the 10-yard line, head coach Justin Price was obviously frustrated as the Cougars fell 48-30.

  • Eagles not missing a step

    Most call it a goose egg. Jacksboro calls them Eagle eggs.

    Either way, it’s what Jacksboro opponents have been seeing as their score against the Eagles. Through three games this season, the Jacksboro defense has not been scored on thus far.

    Throughout the season, Soldiers’ Memorial and Eagleton have both seen zeroes on the board, as Norris only scored two off of a late safety. The Senators fell 38-2.

    To Eagle head coach, Mike Miller, it’s an achievement that his team can be proud of.