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Today's News

  • Birthdays for Jan. 6
  • News Notes

    Community Health of East Tennessee Clothes Closet will be open Jan. 7 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. All items will be free. Women and men’s clothing will be free.

     

    The Lions Club of Campbell County will meet Jan. 10, 6 -6:30 p.m. bring your supper, 6:30-7:30 p.m. business at the First Presbyterian Church, the meeting room behind the church.  Contact Lion Carol McDonald 563-0057 for more information.

     

  • School menu's

     

    Campbell County School Menu

    Jan. 10 – Jan. 14

     

    Monday

    Chipotle Chicken Sandwich

    Fish Sandwich

    Lettuce, Tomato

    Seasoned Fries

    Fresh Veggies

    Apple

     

    Tuesday

    Spaghetti w/ Meat Sauce

    Garden Salad

    Green Beans

    Bread Sticks

    Jell-O

     

  • Church News

    Heartland Singers and Davis Chapel Community Baptist Church choir will be the featured singers on Jan. 8 at the Davis Chapel Community Baptist Church at a special 7 p.m. worship service.

     

  • Campbell County boys avenge earlier loss to Clinton, 85-76

    Badly in need of a district win this season, Campbell County’s boys got a big one Tuesday night while playing at home against Clinton.
    Senior guard Lucas Nelson scored 12 of his game-high 19 points during the fourth quarter and overtime period to lead the Cougars (1-4 district, 7-8 overall) to an 85-76 victory. The win avenged a 77-75 overtime loss at Clinton on Nov. 30.

  • Lady Cougars place 5th in Kesslers Holiday Classic

    For a team that holds down the  top spot in District 3-AAA this year with a perfect 4-0 record, the Campbell County High School girl’s basketball team looked rather average last week while playing in the Kesslers Holiday Classic at Webb School of Knoxville.
    The Lady Cougars dropped their opening game, 45-41, to Loudon before rebounding with consecutive victories over Fulton, 54-39; and Alcoa, 44-42, for 5th place.
    “I hope people were scouting us, because I don’t think we played very well,” said Campbell County coach Ryan Browning.

  • Meth lab discovered among disposal

    A Caryville man was arrested for promotion of methamphetamine when street department workers discovered suspicious items in the trash.

    On Dec. 20, Caryville Lieutenant Stephanie Smith was contacted by the Caryville Street Department about several bottles containing a crystallized substance.

    The trash was outside a residence on East Maple Street.

  • City presses forward with plans for a new library

    Proposals for a new LaFollette Public Library have had its ups and downs. The council’s plans to construct a new library over the past few years have been recycled and reworked. Though USDA grant money was offered with steep stipulations, the council decided to press forward to renovate the recreation center with city employees executing the work.

  • Young and in love; couple to remarry after 30 years

    At 16 years old, Mitch Belew and Robin Wright were in love.

    They got married the same year as the high school prom by forging their birth certificates.

    It was a Saturday on May 27, 1978 when they changed the dates on their birth certificates. The clerk in Jellico noticed the modifications, prompting the young couple straight to Williamsburg, Ky., were they were married.

  • Cougars play in Smyrna tourney

    Barry Jones, the boy’s basketball coach at Campbell County High School, saw the best and the worst in his team last week during the Smyrna Christmas Tournament.
    The Cougars lost two of the three games they played, but could have easily gone unbeaten with a little more luck and effort.Jones had to coach against his old team when Campbell County opened the tournament against Sycamore. The Cougars fell, 77-65. Junior forward Nick Litton led Campbell County with 15 points, while Lucas Nelson had 13 and Jordan Kindred 11.