TOP PHOTO: This is the City of Lafollette limits looking north. This is a picture of the two stone columns that were located on what we know today as North Tennessee Avenue. They were about 100 yards north of the Iron Street turn off at the railroad trestle. The picture shows the north side looking toward Big Rock.  The columns were removed in the 1980s by the city.

LAFOLLETTE, TN (WLAF) – Seems like no time ago when the City of La Follette marked its centennial milestone. This year marks 125 years, and organizers with the city have plans to celebrate this special year with a day-long celebration this summer on Saturday, July 9, from 10am until 10pm. Here is a related story from WLAF’s Charlie Hutson to La Follette’s 125th year.

More details are forthcoming from the City.

(WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 04/04/2022-6AM)

One Reply to “La Follette to host a summer celebration of its 125th year”

  1. During WW2 I was a child. My mom sister and I lived in the LaFollette house. They had divided it up so several families lived there

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