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To the editor:
JELLICO—The Campbell County middle school Cougars had their bats going on Monday night, as they knocked off the Jellico Middle School Blue Devils, 11-4, in district action.
When I turned 25, I became old enough to rent a car — but the rite of passage did little more than remind me that I still hadn’t earned my driver’s license.
“Let every soul be subject to the governing authorities. For there is no authority except from God, and the authorities that exist are appointed by God.” (Romans 13:1.)
First of all, I can understand Cuonzo Martin’s decision to leave Tennessee.
A loyal LaFollette Press reader came into my office Friday and told me that gossip is one of the biggest threats to our community.
He’s certainly right.
It was my second year of college, and I was attending a religious university. As with any such university, there were strong guidelines for admittance.
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