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Nearly three weeks since a Campbell Co woman disappeared

Nearly three weeks since a Campbell Co woman disappearedThree (WBIR - Campbell County) It has been nearly three weeks since a Campbell County woman was reported missing from her home.

Rhonda Daugherty was reported missing from her home December 2.

There is a $10,000 reward for any information on the missing wife, mother, and grandmother.

If you have any information on Daugherty, please contact the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation or the Sheriff's Office at 423-562-7446.


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Former Campbell Co. teacher accused of armed robbery in S.C.

A former Campbell County teacher, arrested for robbing a couple at gunpoint in South Carolina, won't be able to leave jail.

TBI adds former Campbell Co. teacher to Top 10 Most Wanted List

Unemployed Scott Co. man dedicates holiday season to others

Scott Co. Airport terminal to be named for Howard Baker, Jr.

The terminal at the Scott County Airport will soon be named for the late Senator Howard H. Baker Junior.

County Commissioners approved renaming the terminal at their meeting on Monday to honor Baker's memory and recognize his service to his home town.

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LaFollette works on fixing meth houses

The city of LaFollette is looking into cleaning up some homes with a criminal past. These houses they are looking at were busted for the manufacturing of methamphetamine.

"Neighbors are complaining. They don't want their kids around the houses," LaFollette mayor Mike Stanfield said.

It is something that is important to Stanfield.

"We are more concerned about someone setting them on fire. Instead of burning one house down, they may burn two or three houses down," Stanfield said.

Scott County Salvation Army uses flash mob to raise money


(WBIR-Scott County) Christmas is less than two weeks away and the Salvation Army is doing everything it can to bring in some last minute donations.

Christmas resale store helps fund children's programs

(WBIR-Oneida) A Scott County organization hopes to help kids enjoy Christmas this year through its resale store.

The Appalachian Life Quality Initiative (ALQI) received donated Christmas trees and decorations from Mission of Hope. ALQI then gave many of those items to organizations in East Tennessee, including the Museum of Scott County.