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Campbell County made history on Friday night, defeating Grace Christian Academy 34-20 and becoming the first team in Cougar history to go 4-0 to start a football season.
Jellico aldermen voted during their monthly meeting on Sept. 15 to give Mayor Forster Baird permission to advertise for bids for cameras to install in Veterans Park downtown.
The Campbell County Board of Education voted Tuesday night to move spring break dates to accommodate ACT testing dates.
The Lady Cougars soccer team picked up its first district win last Thursday against Clinton, and the team did so in grand fashion.
Jellico residents have been confused by no trespassing signs hanging in Veterans Park, but Mayor Forster Baird said those should be replaced with no loitering signs by Friday.
Fifteen years later, the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks are a vivid memory for many Americans.
Son and father duo, Mason T. and Carl Capps, are set for their fifth appearance at the Louie Bluie Music & Arts Festival on Sept. 24. They will perform on the Rickard Ridge stage.
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