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Today's News

  • Blue Devils topple Oakdale in District 4

    For more than three quarters Friday night, it looked as though Oakdale’s 51-game district losing streak was coming to a halt. However, Jellico scored twice in a two-minute span to erase a deficit early in the fourth quarter that propelled them to a 22-19 win over the Eagles on Hollis Eble Field.
    The Eagles (0-5 in District 4-A, 2-7 overall) took a 13-8 lead into the final period, but two pivotal turnovers doomed the home team as they suffered their 52nd straight loss in district play.

  • Public Records Oct. 28

     Editor’s Note: Readers are cautioned that some names may be the same as or similar to other members of the community.

     

    Campbell County Property Transfers

    Oct. 18- Oct. 22

     

    Robert Johnston to Whitney N. Wilson and Toby L. Wilson, Dist. 3, $79,900.

    David K. Zornes and Brenda J. Zornes to Nicholas M. Polazkowyj and Jessica B. Polazkowyj, Dist. 2, $262,000.

  • Campbell County boys take 2nd at Cove Lake Invitational

    No one was quite so surprised as Campbell County High School’s boys when the announcement was made for them to receive the runner-up trophy Thursday afternoon following the Cove Lake Cross-Country Invitational.
    The announcement for them to step forward had to be made more than once, as the Cougars mingled with onlookers, not even thinking that they were in the running for a trophy with the likes of Christian Academy of Knoxville, Catholic and Bell County, Ky. among the competition.
    The Cougars finished 34 points behind CAK in the team standings.

  • County middle school teams bow in semifinals of playoffs

    The playoff journey is over for the Jacksboro and LaFollette middle school football teams.
    Both the Eagles and Owls were eliminated after semifinal losses Thursday night.
    Jacksboro was defeated 12-6 in overtime at Clinton in a game that was eerily similar to the regular season meeting between the two teams.
    Clinton also won the earlier game, 16-14, in overtime on Jacksboro’s field.

  • Three people arrested following complaint

    Answering a complaint call at the Super 8 Motel in Caryville resulted in three arrests last week. The complaint was from local business owners who claimed one of the renters was harassing people for money, said Caryville Police Sgt. Freddy Walker.

    When Caryville Police knocked on the door of room 110 two women answered.  A third suspect was in the bathroom of the room, said Walker.

  • Striped bass continue to hit in headwaters of Norris Lake

    The following is a weekly summary of the fishing conditions on Norris Lake as reported by creel clerks from the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA).
    The lake level on Friday, Oct. 22 was 1,004.91, which is a over foot lower than the previous week.
    Surface temperature readings taken during the afternoon hours are in the low 70s.
    The water is clear, with as much as eight feet of visibility at some locations on the lower end of the lake.

  • Hall is hauled away for third DUI

     If the slurred speech didn’t give him away then the open beer cans indicated a Caryville man could be driving intoxicated.

    On Saturday, Daniel Boone Hall, 62, was charged with his third DUI. Hall was observed driving on Highway 116, swerving across the yellow lines, said Caryville officer Ben Marlow.

    “From a distance, I observed Hall walk unsteadily to and from his vehicle,” said Marlow about Hall entering a gas station then returning to his vehicle to drive off.

  • Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency news

    Quail hunt set Nov. 6
    for young sportsmen

    On Saturday, Nov. 6, the Knoxville chapter of Quail Forever and Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency will sponsor a quail hunt at the McGhee-Carson Unit of the Tellico Lake Wildlife Management Area in Monroe County.

  • Children's Center receives donations in wake of Pepsi grant project

    Campbell County Children’s Center received a monetary donation despite not being chosen to receive $250,000 from the Pepsi Refresh Project.

    The organization recently learned it was were not recipients of a large grant from the Pepsi Refresh Project. But during the process of telling the community to vote for its cause the center garnered approximately $36,000 in private donations.

    Children’s Center CEO Tracie Davis said the project was a success because community awareness was raised about the organization’s services.

  • School menu's

     

    Campbell County School Menu

    Nov. 1 – Nov. 5

     

    Monday

    In Service Day

     

    Tuesday

    Election Day

    No School

     

    Wednesday

    Hamburger

    Broccoli Cheese Soup

    French Fries

    Lettuce, Tomato

    Pickle, Onion

    Apple Wedges