Today's News

  • Pleas settled with criminal court cases

     The following cases were resolved during criminal court with the use of plea agreements:

    •Keith W. Pittman- theft of property $500-$1,000; split confinement with a credit of time served, one year supervised probation, court costs, and $75 to ECF.

    •Amanda K. Sparks- DUI; split confinement of seven days with credit of two days, to report on Feb. 15 to serve balance, court costs, $350 fine.

  • Public Records -Feb. 7, 2013

    Editor’s Note: Readers are cautioned that some names may be the same as or similar to other members of the community.


    JAN. 28 – FEB. 1

    Cleda Marie McNew to Fincastle United Methodist Church, Dist. 1, $450.

    Joe M. Thornton to Larry D. Kessler and Constance Kessler, Dist. 3, $17,000.

    Mark Arwood and Carla Arwood to Margaret Dykes and Darrell Dykes, Dist. 5, $65,000.

    Tommy Cupp and Tilda Cupp to Wesley Dupuy, Dist. 1, $12,000.

  • Seiber's Saver


    Michael Jordan couldn’t have done it better himself.

    The Jacksboro Eagles found themselves down, 27-25, with only 3.7 seconds and a full-court length to go.

    MaKenzie Seiber took the ball, finding a path down the far sideline.

    From two-feet behind the half-court line, Seiber heaved the ball at the goal, banking it squarely off the backboard and into the hoop.

    Pandemonium erupted.

  • Jacksboro 'can do all things'


    “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.”

    The Jacksboro Lady Eagles used Philippians 4:13 as its motto on Thursday night and came away with a 42-39 come-from-behind victory over cross-town rival LaFollette.

  • Farris' big third quarter leads Eagles past Owls


    Max Farris found 10 points in last Thursday’s game, all of them coming in the third quarter.

    Farris’ rally led the Jacksboro Eagles to a big win on eighth grade night, avenging an earlier loss to the Owls, as they took the cross-town game, 36-27.

  • Chadwell takes over Charleston Southern


    Campbell County native, Jamey Chadwell, is living out his dream, as he recently took a Division I coaching job.

    Chadwell, who played football at Jacksboro Middle School, took over the program at Charleston Southern University. He is only the third head coach in the program’s history.

  • New scorer's table at John R.W. Brown Gynasium


    Campbell County High School unveiled its new scorer’s table during Tuesday’s games against the Halls Red Devils.

    The new table is a newer model than what the school had, complete with padding that covers the front of the table.

    “I think that the athletes really appreciate it,” Athletic Director Sherry Chapman said. “Most of the schools are going to the padded tables. We’re just excited to finally get one. Hopefully, it’ll last a long time.”

  • Halls sweeps Campbell County in District 3-AAA


    The Campbell County Cougars and Lady Cougars didn’t have the best night on Tuesday.

    Following a week off due to weather, Campbell County returned to action on Tuesday night against District 3-AAA foe Halls.

    Halls took both match-ups, dousing the girls with a 49-30 loss, before the Red Devils took down the boys, 59-51.

    The Cougars led for nearly the entire game, taking a 24-20 lead into the halftime locker room.

  • Early turnovers prove costly in district tournament


    Turnovers caused Jacksboro to fall behind quick against Jefferson on Tuesday night.

    Playing for a spot in the Area 2 AAA championship game, Jacksboro fell short after four straight turnovers to start the game resulted in a 9-0 Jefferson run.

    The Eagles could never recover, as they fell 45-41 in the second round.

  • Sports News 1-31-13

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