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Today's News

  • Soul Jumpers showcase skills

    For years, the jump rope has been an essential training tool for sports such as boxing. Now, jumping rope is becoming a sport all unto itself.

    Jacksboro Elementary’s Soul Jumpers showcased their athletic prowess Friday during a demanding tour of three Campbell County schools. The group began their day with an 8:30 a.m. performance at Caryville Elementary. From there, the Soul Jumpers visited Elk Valley Elementary at 10:30 a.m. and Jacksboro Middle at 1 p.m.

  • Cougars blank South-Doyle 13-0 in football scrimmage

    If last week’s scrimmage at South-Doyle was any indication, the Campbell County High School football team could be in for a breakthrough season this fall. The Cougars blanked the Cherokees 13-0 with a smothering defense.

    Campbell County’s offense wasn’t half bad, either. Rising sophomore quarterback Ethan Jeffers completed 10 of 14 passes for 161 yards and touchdowns of 20 and five yards to Ethan Simpson.

  • Jellico Police Department arrests two for possession of drugs

     On May 16, Jellico K-9 Officer Joe Hopson arrested two people at the Dollar General store for possession of drugs.

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  • Campbell County 911 seeks interlocal agreements with municipalities

     To continue providing direct dispatch at its current growing level, Campbell County 911 will have to share dispatch costs with municipalities.

  • Governor to speak at Lincoln Reagan Day Dinner

     Governor Bill Haslam will visit The Stables for the Campbell County Republican Party’s Lincoln Reagan Day Dinner on May 31.

    “We’re honored that the governor’s taking time out of his busy schedule to come up here,” 36th District State Rep. Dennis Powers said. Powers will be the master of ceremonies for the dinner.

  • Schools prep for graduation services

    Seniors from Jellico High School and Campbell County High School are preparing to graduate this weekend.

    Jellico High School has its ceremony planned at Jellico Church of God Mountain Assembly on Friday at 7 p.m.

    Campbell County High School has its graduation ceremony planned for the first time at the Tex Turner Arena at Lincoln Memorial University at 10 a.m. on Saturday.

    After the Campbell County High School graduating class proceeds into the arena, the audience will remain standing as the CCHS JROTC presents the colors.

  • Grand jury returns indictments on Friday

      The following indictments were returned by the Campbell County Grand Jury on Friday:

    •Michelle Campbell- theft $1,000 - $10,000; false report; simple possession of marijuana; simple possession of drug paraphernalia.

    •Christina Bellino- theft $1,000 - $10,000; false report; simple possession of marijuana; simple possession of drug paraphernalia.

  • Public Records May 24, 2012

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

     

    CAMPBELL COUNTY PROPERTY TRANSFERS

    MAY 14 – MAY 18

    Hoyle E. Lay to Lisa Irwin, Dist. 2, $45,000.

    Gary M. Coble Sr. to Tony Kitts, Dist. 1, $50,000.

    Audio Authority Corporation to Jonathan R. Sisk, Dist. 2, $75,000.

    Jan R. Mach and Edie Mach to Harrison Marlow, Dist. 3, $22,000.

    Kyle J. McDowell to Carolyn F. Teague, Dist. 3, $27,500.

  • Eagles fare well at Meet of Champions

    Several Jacksboro Middle School track and field athletes competed in the Meet of Champions on May 8 at the Hardin Valley Academy.

    Representing the Lady Eagle sprinters, Jessica Stanley competed in the 100-meter dash and finished 6th. In distance races, Kelsey Williams ran the 3,200 and finished 6th. Gracie Faulkner ran the 1,600 and 800 and finished 2nd in both races. Regan Lindsay, Bethany McKamey, Lexi Gross and Kelsey Williams finished 6th in the 4x800-meter relay. Zoie Mefford represented the JMS girls in field events with 2nd place in shot put.

  • Morris signs with Alice Lloyd College

    Courtney Morris, a two-time All-District 3-AAA point guard for Campbell County High School, announced Thursday that she will attend Alice Lloyd College in Kentucky this fall.

    Morris averaged 12.7 points, three assists and three steals per game while leading the Lady Cougars to district regular season and tournament championships. An honors student with a 3.4 grade point average, she plans to major in nursing at Alice Lloyd.

    Family, friends and coaches gathered Thursday afternoon in the CCHS library as Morris signed her letter-of-intent.