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Christian Shouse had a great weekend at the state meet for the CCHS Cougars.  Pat Pebley’s story is further down this page.   

    Shouse shines for CCHS at state meet

    There is no more grueling athletic competition in the country than the decathlon.  Over a two-day period, the best track athletes in the state compete in a series of events that range the entire track and field spectrum.

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    FBC La Follette to host VBS

    It's been a while since the First Baptist Church of La Follette has hosted its own Vacation Bible School.  But that's all changing this summer.

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    BOE athletic meeting is set

    A meeting of the Campbell County Board of Education Athletic Committee is set.

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    Meet another candidate this morning

    Sometimes things just don't go as planned.  The questionnaire portion of the WLAF - Gray Insurance "Meet the Candidates" forum involved WLAF mailing paper questionnaires to all of the school board and county commission candidates to the addresses provided by the Campbell County Election Commission Office.

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    TVF to release concert series today

    The Tennessee Valley Fair is releasing its 2018 Concert Series this morning at 10:00 AM.  The initial concert announcement can be found on the Tennessee Valley Fair’s website, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts.

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    LA Cruzers host Cruze-In Saturday

    The LA Cruzers are hoping for a rain-free Saturday evening.  That's because the next Cruze-In is this weekend.

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    WWII Veteran laid to rest today

    One of the few remaining World War II Veterans living here in Campbell County passed away over the weekend.  Joe Moser of La Follette died on Sunday.

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    The carnival is in town

    The carnival opens today at 5 pm.  It’s located behind City Hall in La Follette.  WLAF’s Charlie Hutson shares this photo from Monday evening.

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    Second LEAD class graduates

    Sheriff Robbie K. Goins congratulated and graduated 100 students yesterday from LaFollette Elementary School in its 2nd LEAD class graduation. LEAD is the new school student anti-drug education initiative spearheaded by Sheriff Goins and his SRO staff.

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    Tennova Healthcare Asks: Are You Under Pressure?

    If you feel like you’re doing OK with a borderline high blood pressure of 130/80 or so, it’s time to pay close attention. The American Heart Association and American College of Cardiology have jointly published stricter high blood pressure guidelines. What was once was considered “prehypertension” has been officially upgraded to Stage 1 high blood pressure.

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    Aaron Evans announces 7 Day Campbell County "Staycation" Vacation

    Evans says as county mayor he will practice what he preaches

    "Take a vacation with us in Campbell County, Tennessee. It's our home and it's one of the most beautiful places in the country with some of the finest people that have ever lived. We have all you need here for a family vacation. Join us!  Mountains, lakes, resorts, sights, history... You name it and we have it right here in Campbell County, Tennessee." said Evans after announcing his Campbell County Vacation Initiative.

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    Haslam signs Yager sponsored legislation into law

    Major legislation sponsored by Senator Ken Yager (R-Kingston) to fight Tennessee’s opioid epidemic was signed into law today by Governor Bill Haslam. Senate Bill 2258 is part of Governor Bill Haslam’s TN Together initiative – a three-pronged plan to combat the opioid epidemic. It addresses the law enforcement and treatment components of the plan to curb abuse, while Senate Bill 2257 addresses the prevention component.

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