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JACKSBORO—A guilty plea set him free.
Convicted school shooter Kenneth Bartley Jr. will once again be out on probation following a guilty plea to an assault of his mother.
A blast of snow, sleet and freezing rain caused much of Campbell County to shut down starting Monday morning, and road crews worked around the clock to try to keep essential traffic flowing.
Gabe Keen doesn’t consider himself to be superstitious.
However, he does appreciate the irony of landing a new state record largemouth bass on Friday, Feb. 13.
A key chronicler of the county’s history has passed away.
Longtime Campbell County historian Jerry Lee Sharp, 82, of LaFollette died Valentine’s Day.
Jacksboro Middle School girls head basketball coach Wanda Snodgrass picked up her 100th victory as the team’s coach this past season.
A home was deemed a near total loss Friday morning after a fire erupted in the attic on an icy back lane off Long Hollow Road near LaFollette.
There’s no business like snow business.
At least that was the attitude of some workers who braved icy roads to make it to their jobs Tuesday.
Winter just keeps hammering Campbell County and East Tennessee, leading some people to call the past 10 days the most-significant winter weather event here since the Blizzard of ’93.
The Campbell County High School fishing team finished in sixth place at the Bassmaster High School Classic in South Carolina last Saturday.
In many ways, it is like Stephen Wells and brother Phillip Wells have been on the same path for a long time now.
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