.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Letters

  • Letter- Walker

    Editor,
    LaFollette Press:

  • Letter- Parks

    Editor,
    LaFollette Press:
    My name is Joann Shetterly Parks, I’m the daughter of Otis and Minnie Shetterly and married to Rev. John Parks a Baptist minister whose parents are Luke and Creatie Parks.
    We have lived in Caryville all of our lives. We are proud to say we live here and love all the people. When you come south on I-75 and top Teinnold hill and see the mountains, Cove Love Park and Caryville you can say it is the garden spot of the world.

  • Letter- Owens

    Editor,
    LaFollette Press:
    In reference to our current political campaigns, an incumbent seeking re-election should be able to stand on his record, his personal integrity and moral standards. It should not be necessary for him to expose and distort a personal crisis in his opponent’s life to get votes.
    Respectfully,
    Nancy L. Owens
    Jacksboro
     

  • Letter- Jones

    Editor,
    LaFollette Press:
    Woodson Gap Baptist Church recently had its fall festival and would like to thank the following: Golden Treasures, Bowman Jewelers, U BBQ, Donna Walden, Wild Bob, Lowe’s, Wal-Mart, Ideal Florist, Country Florist, Petals of Grace, Charley’s Pizza, Domino’s Pizza, Ralph’s Bread Co., Country Comforts and Crafts Gift Shop, C and L Furniture, Christian Book Store, UGO, Food Lion, Riggs Drug Store, Nancy Rose, IGA, and Simplicity Hair.
    Thanks to all of you our fall festival was a great success.
    Connie Jones

  • Letter- Hendricks

    Editor,
    LaFollette Press:
    The CCHS Band would like to thank the Peoples Bank of the South for its support and donations to the Cougar Band in its recent to Blue Ridge, Ga. The Cougar Band participated in the Blue Ridge Mountain Marching Band Festival and won third place in Class A and the band’s Flag Corps took first place honors in the Class A Competition. The band’s Drum Major Campbell Reynolds, was rated Superior in the competition.

  • Letter- CCWC

    Editor
    LaFollette Press,
    The Caryville Civil War Council held its ninth Annual Toy Run on Saturday.
    All of the money raised goes to our Helping Needy Families program in Campbell Country, with food baskets, clothing and toys being delivered to families the week before Christmas
    The 2010 Toy Run drew between 75-85 motorcycles for a beautiful ride up the valley to Harrogate and we had over a 110 riders.

  • Letter- Henley

     Editor,

    LaFollette Press:

    I would like to take the time to thank the impatient driver in the busy school zone on Thursday morning who prompted a life lesson for my 11 year-old-son.

  • Letter- Heatherly

     Editor,

    LaFollette Press:

  • Letter- Nicholson

     Editor,

    LaFollette Press:

    On mid-morning of Sept. 26, I was traveling Interstate 75 West.

  • Letter- Daugherty

     Editor,

    LaFollette Press:

    Boy Scout Troop 310, charted by Cedar Hill Baptist Church - LaFollette would like to thank everyone who supported its recent fundraiser, especially Lowe's and Wal-Mart.  Also a special thanks to Mark's Pharmacy in Lake City for an unexpected generous contribution.  Funds raised will go towards purchasing equipment for the troop.  

    Sincerely,

    Mark Daugherty

    Troop Committee Chair

    Jacksboro