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VFW Essay Winners Announced

Livingston’s VFW Post 5062 recognized its 2016 Patriot’s Pen Essay Contest winners in a ceremony on Jan. 12. The Patriot’s Pen program is a national Veterans Of Foreign Wars essay competition for sixth, seventh and eighth grade students nationwide. Locally, students from Hilham, Livingston, Rickman and Allons elementary schools were invited to participate. Students submitted…

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Rickman Wins Overton County Varsity Tourney

Rickman claimed the championships in the 2017 Overton County Middle School Varsity Tournament over the weekend as the boys defeated Livingston Middle School 46-29, while the girls squeaked by Allons 22-21. In the boys game, Rickman took an early lead and ended the first quarter with a 17-8 advantage. They had a 13-point lead at…

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Raises Considered For EMS Workers

  The pay for ambulance service workers in Overton County could be going up, if a proposal presented to the county’s Salary Committee is approved. Ambulance service director Jim Morgan told the committee that he has had issues with paramedics and EMTs leaving employment in Overton County for better paying jobs in neighboring counties. For…

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Math Teachers Make Proposal

  Math teachers at Livingston Academy have asked the Overton County Board of Education to consider returning to what’s called a “traditional path” for teaching high school mathematics, rather than the integrated path they adopted last year. Livingston Academy assistant principal Lora Jones introduced the board to math teachers Jean Jolley, Jennifer Shope and Eleanor…

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School Board Considers No Cell Phones

In light of ongoing news about accidents involving distracted drivers, the Overton County Board of Education is considering a change in their policy that would prohibit school bus drivers from using mobile electronic devices at any time the vehicle is in motion. “The legislature, (in) this last legislative session, passed a law against bus drivers…

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Woman Is Run Over By Truck

Livingston police say an Overton County woman was seriously injured when she was accidentally run over in the parking lot of a local business while in the midst of a domestic dispute. Livingston police chief Greg Etheredge says it was about 3 p.m. last Thursday when officers responded to a call of someone being run…

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Arson Case Bound Over To Grand Jury

  A grand jury will now consider the case of an Overton County man who is accused of setting several houses on fire last September. A preliminary hearing was held last week for Calvin Booher, 38, who is charged with aggravated arson for allegedly setting fire to three homes, including the residence of his half-brother…

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CRMC Notes Popular 2016 Baby Names

Officials at Cookeville Regional Medical Center say Noah was the most popular name given to boys born at the hospital in 2016, while Briley was the most popular name for girls. According to statistics released by the hospital, a total of 1,539 babies were born at CRMC during 2016. Of those, 784 were girls and…

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Citizens Propose Leisure Services Department

With a new downtown park scheduled to open later this year, some residents of Livingston are asking the town’s Board of Mayor and Aldermen to consider the creation of a Leisure Services Department, saying that there is “untapped potential” in the city’s recreation activities. Kevin Norris and Brian Regan spoke during a work session of…

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Rickman Intersection Project May Begin Soon

  The Tennessee Department of Transportation says a plan to improve the intersection of Highway 111 and State Route 293 in Rickman may be let out to contract by the end of the year, but they note that plans are still in the early stages. “The project is currently in the right-of-way phase, and we…

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Enterprise Obituaries 1-17-17

Jerry Carr Jerry W. Carr, 58, of Livingston, passed away Jan. 7 at his home. Graveside services were held Jan. 11 at the Good Hope Cemetery with Bro. Aaron Dillon officiating. Interment followed. He was born May 6, 1958 In Overton County. He was a cook at McDonald’s. He loved watching movies on TV, fishing,…

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Enteprise Obituaries 1-10-17

Eleanor Sue Swallows Eleanor Sue Swallows, 85, passed away Dec. 29 at the Alive Hospice House in Nashville. A graveside Celebration of Life Service was held Jan. 10 at the Good Hope Cemetery in Livingston with Rev. Dee Wells officiating. She was born in Overton County May 22, 1931. She was a member of the…

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Enterprise 1-3-17

Jackie Maxwell Stearsman Jackie Maxwell Stearsman, age 78, died in Livingston, Tennessee from acute myeloid leukemia on Dec. 24, 2016.  He was a beloved father, grandfather, preacher and teacher.  He was born April 4, 1938 in Mortons Gap, Ky. to Wallace Earl and Mary Wessie Maxwell Stearsman.  He is survived by his wife, Joyce H.…

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VFW Essay Winners Announced

Livingston’s VFW Post 5062 recognized its 2016 Patriot’s Pen Essay Contest winners in a ceremony on Jan. 12. The Patriot’s Pen program is a national Veterans Of Foreign Wars essay competition for sixth, seventh and eighth grade students nationwide. Locally, students from Hilham, Livingston, Rickman and Allons elementary schools were invited to participate. Students submitted…

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Rickman Wins Overton County Varsity Tourney

Rickman claimed the championships in the 2017 Overton County Middle School Varsity Tournament over the weekend as the boys defeated Livingston Middle School 46-29, while the girls squeaked by Allons 22-21. In the boys game, Rickman took an early lead and ended the first quarter with a 17-8 advantage. They had a 13-point lead at…

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Raises Considered For EMS Workers

  The pay for ambulance service workers in Overton County could be going up, if a proposal presented to the county’s Salary Committee is approved. Ambulance service director Jim Morgan told the committee that he has had issues with paramedics and EMTs leaving employment in Overton County for better paying jobs in neighboring counties. For…

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Math Teachers Make Proposal

  Math teachers at Livingston Academy have asked the Overton County Board of Education to consider returning to what’s called a “traditional path” for teaching high school mathematics, rather than the integrated path they adopted last year. Livingston Academy assistant principal Lora Jones introduced the board to math teachers Jean Jolley, Jennifer Shope and Eleanor…

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School Board Considers No Cell Phones

In light of ongoing news about accidents involving distracted drivers, the Overton County Board of Education is considering a change in their policy that would prohibit school bus drivers from using mobile electronic devices at any time the vehicle is in motion. “The legislature, (in) this last legislative session, passed a law against bus drivers…

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Woman Is Run Over By Truck

Livingston police say an Overton County woman was seriously injured when she was accidentally run over in the parking lot of a local business while in the midst of a domestic dispute. Livingston police chief Greg Etheredge says it was about 3 p.m. last Thursday when officers responded to a call of someone being run…

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