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Cooper still fighting conviction

By Susan Sharp

Greta Cooper may be down but she won’t be counted as out.


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Election commission finds votes; implements new procedures

By Susan Sharp

An oversight at the county election office is being chalked up to human error.


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Phillips wants a new trial; judge says no

By Susan Sharp

Attempting to have Jerry Phillips’s case delayed for a seventh time Keith Hatfield asked for a continuance in the pedophile’s case on Tuesday.

It didn’t happen.


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Ward jailed when judge revokes bail

By Susan Sharp

A former Campbell County Deputy is behind bars following an appearance in court.


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Unable to say good-bye

By Natasha Colbaugh

After 36 years of marriage, Karen Harmon never got to say goodbye to the man she loves.


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Controlled burn planned for Saturday

By Susan Sharp

On Saturday, officials with the Tennessee Wildlife Resource Agency and the Campbell Outdoor Recreation Association will be using a time honored practice to usher in new growth.

On Feb. 19 the agencies will work together in a combined effort on a controlled burn. The area around the elk viewing station on Hatmaker Knob and around the Flatwoods Road will be cleared utilizing combustible ping-pong balls, said Danny Akins, the assistant wildlife manager for the North Cumberland Wildlife Management Area. The roads surrounding this area will also be closed beginning at 7 a.m.

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Couple has Valentines Day shoot out

By Susan Sharp

When police received a call of gunshots and a man hanging out of a car window they thought the worst.

But after tracking down the people and vehicle involved officers learned that a marital dispute had escalated.

On Monday evening just before 7 p.m., Campbell County Deputy Josh Vann responded to call that shots had been fired at the Cedar Creek Bridge.

When Vann arrived there no one was present. This prompted him to begin a search of the area.

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Caryville police intercept prescription drug operation

By Natasha Colbaugh

Caryville Police Officer Ben Marlow never imagined he would be breaking up a prescription drug operation when he was dispatched on a reckless driving call.

Last week, Marlow conducted a traffic stop on I-75 after reports were made about a white Chevy Monte Carlo driving recklessly.

Deborah J. Williams, 44, of Lexington, Ky, was taken into custody after several scheduled substances were found in her possession.

During a search of the vehicle four yellow pills, believed to be a schedule IV controlled substance, were allegedly found, the report said.

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Morris arrested on multiple charges

By Jennifer Caldwell

Around 9 a.m. last Tuesday morning LaFollette Police Sgt. William Owens was called to 601 West Ash Street to investigate a burglary. On his way to the residence Owens reported spotting a male who matched the description of a suspect in a case. 

Owens allegedly stopped Johnny E. Morris, 45, of 239 Rain Valley Road, to question him about a theft. When Owens told Morris one of the items taken in the burglary was a flashlight Morris allegedly denied being in possession of such an item.

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Fowler going to next court level

By Susan Sharp

 A man accused of causing an explosion that left others homeless is headed to the grand jury.

On Friday, Russell Harry Fowler appeared in general sessions court.

He was there answering to charges he was cooking meth in his Pinecrest apartment when the process went bad igniting a fire. The blaze eventually leveled half of the building leaving several people without a home.

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