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Historic Ramsey House busy in second half of July

Workshop: Early Families in the Forks Sunday, July 15, 2:00-4:00 pm Fur traders, circuit-riding preachers, longhunters, statesmen, Indian-fighters, and adventurers: who were your ancestors?  Jan Loveday Dickens will share information and resources with participants. Along with learning interesting details and stories about the Armstrong, Jack, Kennedy, Campbell, Kelly, Huffaker, Johnson, Naill, …

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CDBGs announced for three Campbell cities, Union County

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe recently approved nearly $28 million in Community Development Block Grants (CDBG), which assist communities with infrastructure improvements, health and safety initiatives and façade improvements in downtown commercial districts. “Congratulations to the 70 Community Development Block Grant recipients,” Haslam …

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ORNL FCU warns members of phone scam

Some members of ORNL Federal Credit Union have reported receiving calls that appear to originate from the credit union. In an email to members, credit union officials wrote, “These calls look like they come from multiple ORNL Federal Credit Union telephone numbers, including our toll-free number, 800-676-5328.” The caller is …

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Campbell crash kills Caryville man

A Caryville man was killed in a single-vehicle accident on East Central Avenue in LaFollette on Wednesday afternoon. The Tennessee Highway Patrol reports that the crash happened at around 12:45 pm on East Central Avenue (State Highway 9), near the intersection with 8th Street. 58-year-old Tommy Rutherford of Caryville had …

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Billie Jo Carver, age 88 of Lake City

Billie Jo Carver, age 88 of Lake City passed away on Tuesday, July 10, 2018 at her residence. She was born December 6, 1929 in Briceville, TN to the late Elmer and Evelyn Parks Foust. Billie Jo was of the Baptist faith. She enjoyed sewing. Billie Jo is preceded in …

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