Today's News

  • Taking a stand in Campbell County

    Over the past few weeks, the United States’ relationship with North Korea has grown increasingly tense.
    As North Korea’s aggression towards South Korea has escalated, world leaders have feared a broader conflict.
    Three members of the Campbell County Honor Guard—Noah Asher, Poe Bostic and Bob Hearne—served in the Korean War. Having fought there decades ago, they share a unique perspective on the current situation.
    “(We were) all there about the same time,” Asher said.

  • Honor Guard receives Good Scout Award

    The Campbell County Honor Guard was given the Good Scout Award at the sixth annual Good Scout Award Dinner. The purpose of the dinner, which was held at the Ball Farm Event Center on April 4, was to honor the CCHG and support the local Boy Scouts.
    “I think the dinner went wonderfully,” Cumberland District Chairman Brandon Elkins said. “It’s always good to see people who support scouting.”
    Friends of Scouting Chairman Mark Hoskins also felt the event went well.
    “I think the dinner was a good event,” Hoskins said.

  • Senior Citizens of Campbell County April 11 - April 19



    Meals served daily, $4 per person




    9:30 a.m. Line Dance Class

  • City promotes 2 in police force
  • King of the hill


    Hunter Scott is certainly making a name for himself on the mound for the Campbell County Cougars.

    The Louisiana native currently holds a 0.53 ERA through 26 innings pitched. He holds a 2-2 record as Campbell County’s starting pitcher.

    On Monday night, Scott only allowed tossed in six strikeouts in only five innings of play.

  • School menus

    Campbell County

    School Menu

    April 15 – April 19



    Hamburger with wheat bun

    Baked potato with toppings

    Lettuce, tomato

    Onion, pickle

    French fries

    Chilled applesauce

    Ice cream



    Spaghetti with meat sauce


    Garden salad

    Green beans

    Garlic bread

    Fresh melon cup



    Taco salad


  • Fire guts Potters' cabin

     Campbell County Road Superintendent Dennis Potter and his family are facing an immense tragedy after their Elk Valley home burned down, while spending spring break aboard a cruise ship. 

     “It’s a bad thing that happened,” Potter said Monday afternoon. “It’s been a heck of deal.”

    The family left early last Saturday morning expecting a week of relaxation in the Bahamas, but as they docked in Jamaica on Tuesday an urgent message awaited them.

  • County officials to consider policy against hiring felons

    CAMPBELL COUNTY—The Campbell County Commission will consider a resolution that would prevent the hiring of convicted felons. Commissioner Tom Hatmaker wanted to discuss it last month, but commissioner Bobby White requested it first be considered by the insurance and personnel committee.
    Hatmaker requested the item be added to the county commission’s April 15 meeting.  

  • 6 youth face vandalism charges, thousands in restitution

     “Malicious mischief” is what police are calling multiple acts of vandalism that total more than $300,000 at one lakefront, gated-community.

    The destruction occurred at the Villages development over several months beginning last October, according to Campbell County Sheriff’s Department Detective Brandon Elkins.