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  • St. Mary's Hospital says farewell to director on Friday

    After nearly four years as director of St. Mary’s Medical Center of LaFollette, Alan Watson is leaving.

    “It’s been a great three and a half years,” Watson said at his farewell party on Friday.

    Watson will be the new director at Baptist West at Turkey Creek in Knoxville.

    “We hate to see him go so bad,” said Emily Noss, Director of Public Relations and Marketing for St. Mary’s of LaFollette.

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    It is the words every defendant longs to hear- not guilty. After two days of testimony, countless witnesses and a defendant who claimed from the start he was not even there when Johnathan Pierce was killed,, Sammy Miracle walked away a free man at 1:20 Friday afternoon.

  • Caryville 11-12s finish third at District 8 Tournament

    After losing to Harriman on July 3, the Caryville Dixie Youth Baseball 11-12 All-Stars advanced to play the winner of the Rockwood/Sweetwater game held Saturday, July 4.

    Sweetwater eliminated the host team Rockwood (6th place finish) and met the Caryville All-Stars on Monday, July 6.

    In the top of the first inning, Isaiah Vibbert doubled but was tagged out at third. Jordan Bruce collected the first of three hits and scored on a double by Tate McGhee to give Caryville a 1-0 lead.

  • Tourney loss to Clinton sends Cougars home

    Campbell County High School’s baseball team wrapped up summer league play last week in the district tournament at Oak Ridge.

    The Cougars were eliminated 11-5 by Clinton on Wednesday, July 15, but not before outscoring Lenoir City’s B-team, 15-6, in a marathon game the previous night.

    “Overall, it was a good experience,” Campbell County coach Brad Collette said of the summer league.

    “We would like to have gotten some more games in, but the weather didn’t quite cooperate.

  • Football practice kicks off at CCHS

    Seven-on-seven passing drills have given way to team practices in shorts, cleats and helmets for Campbell County High School football players.

    The Cougars began workouts Monday afternoon in unusually cool temperatures that more closely resembled October than July.

    Campbell County will begin working out in full pads next Monday in preparation for the season and home opener on Aug. 21 against Loudon.

    “We’ve got a new passing package and some new wrinkles,” said Cougars coach Dewayne Wells.