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  • Meth lab found in Well Springs area

    An anonymous call led to the discovery of an active meth lab in the Well Springs area.

    Robert Josh Housley, 48, of Jacksboro, and John Emerson Evans, 33, of LaFollette were arrested on June 29 for manufacturing methamphetamine.

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  • Agenda set for meeting- Young’s contract on the line

    On Monday the LaFollette City Council met to set the agenda for next week’s meeting.

    As the workshop progressed it became evident council member Hansford Hatmaker had many items he wanted to see taken care of.

    Among Hatmaker’s business is City Administrator David Young’s contract.

    “He has checked it from one end to the other,” Hatmaker began referring to the Tennessee Municipal League (TML) representative he had sent the contract to for review.

  • Lawuit filed by adult store business owner

    Claiming his constitutional rights are being violated, Steve Hale, president of Adult World, LLC, has sued the town of Caryville.

    Last week, a 45 page complaint filed on Hale’s behalf by attorney Michael Hatmaker alleges Caryville and its officials are trampling Hale’s rights with its municipal code.

    The case was set to be heard Tuesday morning in chancery court. However, late Monday afternoon, Robert Watson, who is representing the town, filed a notice to have the case moved to federal court.

  • Freedom to be celebrated with fireworks

        Independence Day is typically associated with barbeques, parades, picnics and everyone’s favorite—fireworks.

    And there will be a slew of opportunities to see some fireworks in Campbell County this weekend.

        Spring’s Dock will kick off the celebration with a fireworks show tomorrow night. The Pyro Shows’ display can be viewed free of charge thanks to “a bunch of sponsors,” according to dock owner Brian Costello.

  • Park Dedication held in Snodderly’s honor

    “Kids first…Always.”  

    Ken Snodderly’s words will never be forgotten as they now adorn the entrance sign of the new Ken Snodderly Park in LaFollette.

     “Our God is so good, surely Ken is up there watching as well,” said his wife Betty Snodderly to the numerous officials, friends and family in attendance.

    Around $600,000 went into building the park, with most of the funding coming from donations.  The city ended up spending only around $100,000, according to City Administrator David Young.