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An electric player on the field, Jorden Truth Hammond’s tenure on the Jellico High School football field has come to a close, with a new door opening.
Throughout the Campbell County-Clinton boys basketball game Monday night, it felt like somebody was on a run.
Campbell County started the game with a 10-0 run.
The Blue Devils came close to taking the lead many times but could not quite close the gap, as Jellico lost on homecoming night to Coalfield in a tough back-and-forth battle, 73-68.
Jellico High School’s Kaleb Dople signed with the University of the Cumberlands in Williamsburg, Ky., on Feb. 3 at the library in Jellico High School to play football.
The Jacksboro Police Department officially retired Detective Mike Starrett’s badge No. 302 during last Thursday’s meeting of the town board of mayor and aldermen.
As the Lane family walked into the gym at Caryville Elementary School last Wednesday, a cheer burst from the student body gathered in the bleachers.
The Caryville Board of Mayor and Aldermen met Monday night to discuss a variety of issues in the city:
New police detective
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