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Campbell County works on animal shelter issues


One of the only shelters that Campbell County residents have around has run into a problem.

The Campbell County Animal Shelter is not adopting out pets or accepting surrendered cats and dogs right now.

That news has some in the area worried about the future of their shelter.

"From my understanding we have some bills to some veterinarians that have done work on adoptive animals that have not been paid," said Patricia Simpson with the Friends of Campbell County Animals Organization.

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Campbell Co. school honors Gen. Carl Stiner


A group of Campbell County students honored a war hero from the Volunteer State Wednesday morning.

Christian Academy of Campbell County welcomed General Carl Stiner and other area veterans to a special ceremony.

General Stiner retired from the U.S. Army with four stars.

Watch: Homegrown feature on Gen. Carl Stiner

Veteran saved by man's best friend


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There's an unlikely hero in Scott County. A veteran was facing a life or death situation when his dog took off to get help.

Hundreds take a stand at the cross against drug abuse


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Couple killed in RV crash were returning from NASCAR race


A retired Indiana school principal who was NASCAR star Jeff Gordon's driver's education teacher was killed with his wife in a crash while returning from watching Gordon race.

Officials say 78-year-old Larry Sparks and 77-year-old Jacqueline Sparks of Pittsboro, Indiana, died in Monday's crash in Campbell County. The couple's RV went off Interstate 75 near Jellico and ran into a tree.

Grandfather: Burns 3-year-old suffered 'red as hamburger meat'


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Witnesses took the stand Tuesday to testify in the case of a 3-year-old who suffered "scalding burns" in Campbell County.

Death row inmate dies in TN prison


A man convicted in the drowning of a Campbell County man back in 1984 has died of natural causes in prison.

Olen Hutchison, along with 6 others were convicted in the death of Hugh Huddleston of Campbell County back in 1984.

Investigators say they drowned Huddleston in order to collect $600,000 in life insurance policies.

Hutchison was sentenced to death back in 1991.