It's beginning to look ...

The top photo is of the Christmas lights that were put up on Wednesday morning.

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Nan is Skylar’s full-time fan

“Oh, I guess she was three. Maybe four. When she got her first basketball,” said Anna Boshears aka Skylar Boshears’ “Nan.”

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Community Trust Bank hosts today's Chamber Coffee

Rhonda Longmire welcomes you to  this morning's Chamber of Commerce "Thanksgiving Coffee."

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Jones is first female featured on WLAF's Crime Stoppers

Lauren Ashley Jones is this week’s most wanted on Crime Stoppers. Jones is currently wanted on a probation violation, according to reports. She was originally charged with promoting the manufacture of methamphetamine and reckless aggravated assault.

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Snow showers arrive after lunch time

We're familiar with this weather pattern, because we've lived it this week.  The slight change today is the chance for afternoon snow showers.

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Cain set to sign with Bryan

First there was John Cain.  Then Tucker Cain.  And Sarah Cain.  All have excelled athletically as Bryan College Lions.

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Caryville swears in aldermen

At Tuesday night’s meeting of the Caryville Board of Mayor and Aldermen, Vickie Heatherly, Beth Lawson and Eric Smith were sworn into office.

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TBI announces Childrens Day Poster contest

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation is calling on all 5th graders, from across the state, to participate in 2019 National Missing Children's Day poster contest!

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Bullock is going to prison for the rest of his life

A Caryville man was sentenced this week to serve nearly 200-years in prison. 

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Bullock sentenced to 178-years for sex crimes

On Tuesday, November 13, 2018, Eighth Judicial District Criminal Court Judge E. Shayne Sexton sentenced Marvin DeWayne Bullock to one hundred seventy-eight (178) years to be served in the custody of the Tennessee Department of Correction. 

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'We're all Purple Paladins today' - Mayor E.L. Morton

Campbell Lady Cougar Skylar Boshears officially signed to play college basketball today with the Furman University Paladins of Greenville, South Carolina.

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Crime Stoppers assists in captures

Last month, WLAF, in conjunction with Sheriff Robbie K. Goins and the Campbell County Sheriff’s Office, began a new feature entitled Crime Stoppers.

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No-quit-Cougars fall to Oneida

The Campbell County Cougars fell in their season and home opener Tuesday night at John R.W. Brown Gym.  The Oneida Indians won 74 to 61.

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Troutman to appear in court again in January

Mark Troutman, a one-time local attorney, appeared in criminal court yesterday on a violation of probation.

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