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A loyal LaFollette Press reader came into my office Friday and told me that gossip is one of the biggest threats to our community.
He’s certainly right.
Last week, a LaFollette Press reporter received a complaint from Jellico’s first lady, Doris Stiers, about its news coverage of the beleaguered town.
Legislation that would potentially vest the state with greater oversight on coal mining regulations appears dead in the General Assembly this week.
This Saturday marks my one-year anniversary as editor of the LaFollette Press.
Oh, what a year it’s been.
By: Gina Schaefer
When it comes to courtroom TV dramas, there’s usually a winner and a loser.
By Kevin Carson
Freedom was finally mine.
It was the day that I’d gotten my first driver’s license, and nothing could slow me down.
My only problem?
THE TRIAL FOR ACCUSED SCHOOL SHOOTER KENNETH BARTLEY BEGINS MONDAY. FOLLOW THE PRESS ONLINE BEGINNING FRIDAY FOR COVERAGE OF JURY SELECTION.
Attention, Tennessee: We’re No. 1 — but don’t bring out the cheerleaders and marching band just yet.
Last week, Campbell County’s grand jury failed to return an indictment against serpent-handling pastor Andrew Hamblin.
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