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LaFOLLETTE—Nearly 300 students took part in Disciple Now 2014 over the weekend at Indiana Avenue Baptist Church.
UP THE VALLEY—Snow fell around John Webb on Tuesday afternoon, as he stared into what remained of his charred garage — a flame still flickering at the front.
JACKSBORO—Looking for a meal on wheels? A few local food trucks have hit the streets this year, including a lime green truck emblazoned with the words Delicious Daleo’s.
CARYVILLE—Since Andrew Howard was in high school, all he ever wanted to do was own a marina or sporting goods store.
JACKSBORO—When head coach Brian Miracle turned to toss his pencil toward his notebook in the dugout, he had no idea it would land on the roof.
JACKSBORO—Pitbull said it best.
“The bigger they are, the harder they fall.”
JACKSBORO—The Campbell County Sheriff’s Office has a new detective — K-9 Cowboy, the law agency’s first-ever dog trained to detect explosives.
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