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Today's News

  • Substitute training offered

    The Campbell County Board of Education will be offering free substitute training to individuals who wish to become certified on Sept. 20 and 21 at Jacksboro Middle School.  The class begins at 5 p.m.  Individuals must complete eight hours of substitute training to become certified to substitute in the Campbell County Schools.  Interested participants should call the Central Office at 562-8377, extension 121 to register for the class.

  • Art in the Park

  • Church News

    Indiana Avenue Baptist Church will be hosting a True Woman Conference on Sept. 17 at 7 p.m. and Sept. 18 at 9 a.m. Breakfast and lunch will be served on Saturday.

     

    A benefit singing will be held Sept. 18 at 7:30 p.m.  at Friendship Community Church for R.L. Baird who has cancer. Singers will be Jimbo Bolton and daughter, Mike Franklin and the House of Prayer and Praise, Walking by Faith, Brenda Bolton and Sherry Bolton. There will also be a bake sale. For more information contact Andrew Ayers at 784-9835 or Dessie Smiddy at 784-0307.

     

  • Caryville approved new building codes

    The 2009 edition of the international building codes were approved by the Caryville Board of Mayor and Aldermen Monday night. The new codes are being recommended by the state for all municipalities to have up to date requirements for inspections.

  • CCHS students recognize local officers for Sept. 11 project

    Nine years ago, a monumental tragedy struck the United States when the World Trade Center in New York City was attacked.

    As organizations and individuals around the nation remembered that fateful day, Campbell County High School students highlight the work of local law enforcement in a local remembrance service.

  • Blue Devils tame Lions, 33-14

    Jellico High School’s football team scored more points Friday night than it did in the first two games combined.
    The result was a 33-14 home victory over The King’s Academy that gave the Blue Devils (1-2 overall) their first triumph of the season.
    Jellico’s last win came in October 2009 against District 4 rival Oakdale.
    The Lions (0-3 overall) are still searching for their first victory this year.

  • Eagles blank Avery Trace; Owls win at Maynardville

    Jacksboro’s football team stayed unbeaten Thursday night at Cookeville with an impressive 14-0 victory over Avery Trace Middle School.
    The Eagles (4-0) had possession of the ball for all but 11 seconds of the opening quarter. Paul Courdle ran for a touchdown to put Jacksboro on the scoreboard. Quarterback Kaine Peel hit Jesse Sharp with a 2-point conversion pass to give Jacksboro an 8-0 lead headed to the second quarter.

  • JHS boys, Campbell middle schoolers win first races

    Jasper Budd and Ethan Shelly led the Jellico High School boy’s cross-country team to its first-ever victory Thursday during the Scott County Invitational at Oneida.
    The Blue Devils placed three runners in the top 5 and five in the top 23 to edge Cumberland Gap by two points.
    Budd (18:37) and Shelly (19:13) finished one-two overall. Lee England (20:48) was fifth, followed by Brady Huddleston, 19th; Cody Malicoat, 23rd; and Chase McDaniel, 26th.
    Micah and Matt Wade, who placed fourth and seventh overall, carried Cumberland Gap.

  • CCHS golf teams play well against district competition

    Campbell County High School golfers placed among the leaders last week during matches at LaFollette and Beaver Brook.
    The Cougars lost by five strokes, 148-153, to two-time defending Class AAA state champion Farragut on Thursday at the LaFollette Country Club. The Hardin Valley Academy finished a distant third with a team score of 178.
    Corey Bray and Trevor Huckaby each shot 37 for the Cougars, followed by Logan Baird and Bryce Roach each with a 39.
    Stuart Thomas shot a 1-under par 35 to lead Farragut.

  • Cougars fall to Karns, 14-7

    Campbell County suffered a 14-7 setback Friday night against District 3 football rival Karns.
    Quarterback Tuffy Shoupe scored on a 5-yard touchdown run to put the Cougars (0-2 district, 0-4 overall) on the scoreboard first. Wesley Cook kicked the extra point. The 12-play scoring drive covered nearly 60 yards and consumed almost seven minutes of the opening quarter. The Beavers answered with a pair of touchdowns and a 2-point conversion during the second quarter. Keenan Evans blocked an extra-point kick following the first Karns touchdown. The halftime score was also 14-7.