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Update: Campbell attorney cases moving forward

Criminal cases against two Campbell County attorneys accused of stealing money from their clients’ trust accounts will appear in court later this year. As we have reported, attorneys Wes Hatmaker and Mark Troutman are each facing similar charges in unrelated cases. Hatmaker, who was also the Lafollette city judge for …

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Campbell sheriff thanks community for support

An Open Letter from: Campbell County Sheriff Robbie K. Goins and your sheriff’s office staff First, collectively as an office, we offer a heartfelt thank you and the sincerest of appreciation for your phone calls, texts, Facebook posts, notes, cookies and just plain ole special love with your words of support, encouragement, …

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Couple indicted on misdemeanor charges in infant’s death

An Oliver Springs couple was indicted last month on misdemeanor charges of reckless endangerment in connection to the death of their 10-day-old son in February. An Anderson County grand jury indicted Samantha Yarborough and Nathaniel Johnson on the misdemeanor charge after considering, and rejecting, more serious charges including reckless homicide …

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Early voting underway

Early voting for the August 4th, 2016 state primary and county general elections began Friday July 15th and will continue through Saturday July 30th. In Anderson County on Friday, 206 people voted and on Saturday 53 cast early ballots, bringing the two-day total to 259. Early voting locations include the Clinton …

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OR Schools net three grants

Oak Ridge Schools has received three competitive grant awards from the Carl Perkins Reserve funds. The first award in the amount of $50,000 is designated for the continuation of a large competitive grant that was won to increase the offerings at Oak Ridge High School in advanced manufacturing, a pathway …

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