Today's News

  • Jellico Library News

    Jellico Library News

    Library Director Mark J. Tidwell


    It has been a very busy time here at Jellico Public Library.  The nursing team from Vanderbilt and Lipscomb Universities was with us on Monday, March 7 and Wednesday, March 9.  This fine bunch of girls really made the place come alive.  On one side of the Tramell Building, Zumba classes were in full swing.  Lots of ladies were exercising and getting fit as the music played. 

  • Faithful Words

    The church confronting heresy


    “Unto the angel of the church of Pergamum write . . . I know thy works” (See Revelation 2:12-17, RSV).

    The description of Christ as “The Word of God” in the letter to the church at Pergamum is an indication that this congregation has a problem – one that can only be corrected by knowing and applying the truth of God and adhering to his Word (both Living and written).

  • On Higher Ground

    Friendships outside the faith are just not this good


    “I thank my God upon every remembrance of you, always in every prayer of mine making request for you all with joy, for your fellowship in the gospel from the first day until now” (Philippians 1:3-5).

  • From a Mother's Heart

    The Good Shepherd is eternal


    Twenty five years ago when I was in Israel, I had the opportunity to visit many places that still come to my remembrance as I read about them in the Bible. Whenever I read the 23rd Psalm, I always think of the place where we stood looking, down into that large deep valley. Its vastness was so deep that you could see shadows everywhere as you gazed down into the deep valley below.

  • Church News

    Word of Life Church will be celebrating five in the Lafollette area on March 20. Saturday night revival services will be at 7 p.m. with Evangelist Gary White,   Sunday morning 11 a.m. worship service, and dinner will be served at 1 p.m., in the afternoon there will be  a community singing open to all who would like to take part .


  • School menu's

    Campbell County School Menu

    March 21 – March 25  



    Pepperoni Pizza

    Corn Dog

    Garden Salad

    Steamed Corn




    Lasagna or Western Salad w/Popcorn Chicken

    Green Beans

    Garden Salad

    Whole Wheat Rolls

    Fresh Fruit



  • Local ladies enjoy cheering for college team

      Several local young women — Erica Ayers, Hannah Byrge, Lori Adkins, Shannon Wilder and Cheyenne Baker — just finished their season of cheering for the Lincoln Memorial University basketball teams, while another — Amy Orick — completed her first year as a member of the LMU dance team.

  • Tennis teams sweep AC

     Victoria McCullah returns a shot for the Lady Cougars while playing No. 3 seed doubles with Kelsey Chapman during a 6-3 victory over Anderson County at Clinton. The CCHS boys also won their match, 3-1. Both Campbell County teams are now 2-2 this season.    

  • Middle school baseball team ready for season

      Campbell County Middle School Baseball will begin its second official season under the CCHS umbrella, a vision of head coach Brad Collette to be a developmental program for the High School. Last year’s team finished 4-11 and gained valuable experience. The sophomore edition includes the addition of 6th graders with future hopes of a Middle School JV and Varsity that will transition to the High School JV and Varsity.

  • Lady Cougars set lofty goals for 2011-12 season

     Their season has been over less than a month, and already members of the Campbell County High School girl’s basketball team are looking forward to next year.

    And with everyone returning from a team that finished third in the district tournament and advanced to regionals, why shouldn’t they be counting the days until practice begins in November?

    All-district point guard Courtney Morris will lead half a dozen CCHS seniors, most of whom have started two years in a row.