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Today's News

  • Caryville aldermen are sworn in, dive into business

    Four aldermen took the oath of office Monday night in front of a standing room only crowd.

    Raising their right hands they promised to uphold the constitution and the interest of Caryville citizens.

    The Caryville Board of Mayor and Aldermen promptly discussed business following the swearing in ceremony of retuning aldermen Vickie Heatherly, Chris Stanley and Mark Stanley. New board member Mike Miller eagerly repeated the oath then claimed his seat at the table.

  • Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency news

    Hunters offered free
    sight-in opportunity

    On Friday, Nov. 12, the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA) will host a free sight-in day for big game hunters at the John Sevier Hunter Education Center located at 2327 Rifle Range Road in Knoxville.

  • Weddings and anniversaries for Nov. 4

    Scroll through the photos to the most recent weddings and anniversaries from Nov. 4.

  • Birthdays for Nov. 4

     Happy Birthday to Kayla Nicole Long who was 15 years old on Oct. 30. Kayla is the daughter of Angela L. Long. She has two sister's Kandace and Katelin Long. She is the granddaughter of Sandra Lay of Scott County and Donald and Peggy Lay of Jacksboro and the late Marvin and Juanita Long of Bruce Gaps, Caryville. Happy birthday baby girl we all wish you a great birthday. We love you. 

    Scroll through the photos to see more birthdays.

  • School menu's

     

    Campbell County School Menu

    Nov. 8 – Nov. 12

     

    Monday

    Stuffed Crust Pizza

    Garden Salad

    Steamed Corn

    Fresh Veggies

    Dessert

     

    Tuesday

    Chicken Nuggets

    Barbeque Chicken

    Whipped Potatoes

    Green Beans

    Hot Rolls

    Jell-O

     

  • Church News

    A Beth Moore Ladies Retreat is scheduled for Nov. 5-6 at Galilee Bible Camp.  Beth will be teaching by way of video from the book of Proverbs. Ladies may spend the night at the camp or drive back and forth.  Cost of the retreat is $20 - $35 depending on whether staying at the camp or driving back and forth. For a registration form and/or more information, check the website www.galileebiblecamp.org or call Galilee Bible Camp at 562-4910.

     

  • Senior Citizens of Campbell County

    Senior Citizens of Campbell County

    Nov. 4 – Nov. 13

     

    Thursday

    9:30 a.m. Pat’s line dance class

    11: 30 a.m. Lunch serving chicken noodle soup

    6 p.m. Snack bar serving chicken noodle soup and hot dogs

    Halloween party

    7 p.m. Live Jamboree w/Junior and Friends $3 admission

     

    Friday

    10 a.m. Bingo

    11:30 a.m. Lunch serving chicken cordon blue       

    12 to 1 p.m. Silver sneakers exercise class

  • Pleas

    The following criminal cases were resolved last week with the use of plea agreements:

    Shane Alan Trombley- three counts theft of property under $10,000, two counts desecration of venerated objects, auto burglary, domestic assault; split confinement of time served since Oct. 5 to Nov. 15, seven years probation, court costs, $750 to ECF, $16,020 restitution to victims.

    Randy Alan Wilson- sexual exploitation of a minor; eight years TDOC, court costs.

  • News Notes

    The East Tennessee Human Resource Agency will take applications for the USDA Commodities at the Campbell County E.T.H.R.A.  beginning Nov. 1 and at the Jellico Library on Nov. 9 from 9 a.m. until 11:45 a.m. and 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Please bring the following items, valid I.D., current mailing address, current income statements for all members staying in the household, check stubs, SSI/social security benefits, DHS or food stamp print-out, individuals may be asked for their social security numbers. For more information call 562-2948.

     

  • Disgruntled employee found lingering after termination

    Travis D. Williams, 27, was observed outside his prior place of business last week after being told not to return by his previous employers.

    Caryville Sgt. Freddy Walker was on patrol when he observed a 1992 black Chevy truck. The vacant vehicle was parked at the cul-de-sac of McGhee Lane with the windows down, said Walker.

    Walker called for back up as he began looking for the driver, he said.

    “At this time a white male walks up the bank,” said Walker.