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Last Thursday, 8th Judicial District Criminal Judge E. Shayne Sexton convicted Norman Craig Good, 79, to serve 110 years in the custody of the Department of Correction.
The Caryville Board of Mayor and Aldermen met on Monday night for a workshop to discuss the issue of a slide at the split where Mountain Road meets Bobcat Trail.
The Campbell County High School baseball team was the hard-luck loser to Knoxville Central, 6-1, in District 3-AAA action on April 12 at Brown-Archer Field.
Ralph Perrey, Executive Director of the Tennessee Housing Development Agency, has been traveling across the state to promote THDA’s Great Choice Loan Program.
Campbell County now has two of the five pregnancy help centers operated by Catholic Charities of East Tennessee.
Alderwoman Charlotte Lindsay announced her resignation from the Jellico Board of Mayor and Alderman last Thursday.
LaFollette City Administrator Jimmy Jeffries gave council members a list of roads proposed for paving and asked them to prioritize them during Monday’s monthly workshop.
A five-day carnival will return to downtown LaFollette on Tuesday as the Campbell County Lions Club prepares to host the annual event.
Criminal Judge E. Shayne Sexton often has to contemplate whether someone will serve their sentence in prison or on probation.
Jacksboro United Methodist Church will host an event for former Jacksboro Mayor Jack Cannon at its family life center on Saturday at 1 p.m.
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