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In September 1983, I did two things as soon as I turned 18.
My second tour of duty as a Campbell County newspaper editor comes to a close this week, as I move on to a new opportunity that was just too good to resist.
As good jobs continue to evaporate in Campbell County, the unemployment situation almost certainly will get worse before it gets better.
Living within your means is a concept most people understand – at least until they get involved in government, it seems.
The results of this year’s Campbell County elections are proof positive that locals are thirsty for change.
Today (Thursday) is election day in Campbell County — and oh, what a political season it’s been for the staff of the LaFollette Press.
By State Rep. Dennis Power
To the editor:
The district’s two public high schools are expected to graduate 355 students this weekend.
Here’s the $1.5 million question: Who will a jury believe in the case between former City Administrator Billie Russell and the LaFollette officials she claims wrongfully fired her?
When District 3 Campbell County Commissioner James Wendell Bailey was arrested for DUI recently, the arrest report created more questions than answers.
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.
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