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Today's News

  • Faithful Words for week of March 29, 2012

    FAITHFUL WORDS

     Andrew: the soft-spoken soul-winner

    “[Andrew} first found his own brother, Simon, and said unto him, We have found the Messiah…” (See John 1:40-42).

  • week of March 29, 2012

    Mrs. Matson was much kinder than we all thought

  • school menus for week of March 29, 2012

     


    Campbell County
    School Menu
    April 2 – April 6

    Monday
    Stuffed crust pizza
    Vegetable beef soup
    Garden salad
    choice of dressing
    steamed corn
    carrot coins
    crackers
    fresh fruit

    Tuesday
    Chicken tenders
    Herb roasted potatoes
    Green beans
    Steamed carrots
    School made rolls
    Jello with fruit

  • Church News for week of March 29, 2012

    Indiana Avenue Baptist Church will sponsor the Second Harvest Mobile Pantry food giveaway on March 31 at 9 a.m. The food will be given out on a first come first serve basis until all food is gone. For more information call 562-3420.

    Macedonia Baptist Church welcomes everyone to “The Gloryland Express” program March 31 at 7 p.m. Call Teresa for directions or additional information at 871-6476.

    The Long Hollow Baptist Church will have a singing March 31 beginning at 7 p.m. Featured singers will be The Goins Family and Derrick Anderson.

  • News Notes for week of March 29, 2012

    The Campbell County Chamber of Commerce is hosting a ribbon cutting and open house at Amedysis, 2345 Jacksboro Pike, LaFollette, the same building as Grace Rehab, on March 29 at 9 a.m.

    Lose It 4 U Weight Loss contest starts March 29 at 7 p.m. at Valley View Elementary School. The cost is $25. There will be weekly weigh-ins, speakers on heath topics, and cash prizes. For more information call 562-5278.

    The city of LaFollette will reopen its spring trails with a ribbon cutting ceremony on March 30 at 10 a.m. in front of city hall.

  • Spiritually Speaking for week of March 29, 2012

    Spiritually Speaking
    Pearl Harper
    What do we condone or disregard?

  • Jellico girls edge CCHS, 17-14

    High school softball games don’t get much better than the one last Wednesday between rivals Jellico and Campbell County.

    During an early season contest that featured half a dozen lead changes, it was the host Lady Blue Devils that were able to pull out a 17-14 victory.

    Both teams were winless coming into the game. Jellico improved to 1-4 overall, while Campbell County dropped to 0-3.

  • Baseball Cougars pick up two wins

    Despite losing a pair of district games to Anderson County and Knox Halls, the Campbell County High School baseball team remains two games above .500 this week.

    In both losses, a lack of hitting was to blame.

    The Cougars (1-4 district, 4-2 overall) were run-ruled 13-2 at Halls on Monday afternoon. Tucker Cain and Chris Hutson had the only two hits for Campbell County. Hutson also drove in a run.

  • Davis Chapel to host crafts fair

     The Davis Chapel Community Center will host a crafts fair on March 31.

    “We’re a non-profit organization,” Davis Chapel Community Center Board President Stephanie Fraley said. 

  • First Volunteer to host 5K to benefit Relay for Life

     To benefit Relay for Life, First Volunteer Bank is hosting a five-kilometer race. The race will be held April 21.

    One hundred twenty people participated in last year’s race.