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COVID Boosters, Flu Shots Available

October 12, 2021

COVID boosters and flu shots are now available for Overton County residents. According to Megan Reeder, Nursing Supervisor for Overton County’s Health Department said that the two can be taken at the same time. “Flu vaccines can be co-administered at the same time as the COVID vaccine,” Reeder said. “You can get them the same…

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Burn Permits Needed For State, Coming For City

October 12, 2021

The Livingston Board of Mayor and Aldermen have approved the first reading of an ordinance requiring burn permits inside the Livingston city limits. Fire Chief Rocky Dial said the permits are to help the fire department keep up with people burning larger amounts of debris. “The biggest thing is we just want to know when…

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Lee Calls For Update To School Funding

October 12, 2021

Governor Bill Lee has started the process to update how to fund K-12 education in Tennessee. Lee made the announcement in a press conference Friday morning. “We will pursue a rigorous review of our state’s education funding to ensure we are properly investing in students and stewarding our resources well,” said Gov. Lee. “I invite…

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City Rezoning Moves Development Closer

October 5, 2021

The City of Livingston moved a proposed townhouse development one step closer Monday night. The Board of Mayor and Aldermen approved the first reading of an ordinance to rezone two parcels of property belonging to William Clark on E. Main St. to help make way for the project. The land near S. Hillcrest Dr. is…

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Fall-O-Ween Is Coming October 30

October 5, 2021

The Livingston Overton County Chamber of Commerce, will be hosting the 6th Annual Fall-O-Ween in Livingston Fall Festival on our Historic Downtown Square and Central Park, Saturday, October 30, 2021,from 12pm – 4pm. Attendance and all activities are FREE, for all ages. On Saturday kids will enjoy trick or treating with booths from local businesses,…

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LA Homecoming

October 5, 2021

Makenzi Scott was crowned as the 2021 Livingston Academy Homecoming Queen at Thursday night’s ceremony. Makenzi is the daughter of Denny and Connie Scott of Allons. She was escorted by Dawson Simmons, son of Titus and Jamie Simmons of Monroe. For more on the story, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston Enterprise.

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Obituaries 10-12-21

October 12, 2021

Juanita B. Rich Juanita B. Rich, 79, of Byrdstown, passed away Oct. 5 at her residence. Funeral services were held Oct. 9 from the Byrdstown 1st Baptist Church with Bro. Jeff Amonett and Dr. Bill Taylor officiating. She was born Feb. 15, 1942. Her and her husband successfully ran M & J Grovery, Juanita’s Hair…

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Obituaries 10-5-21

October 5, 2021

Jimmy Doyle Reagan Jimmy Doyle Reagan, 66, of Cookeville, passed away Sept. 28 at the Livingston Regional Hospital. Funeral services were held Oct. 1 from the Chapel of the Hall Funeral Home of Livingston with Bro. Jerry Buck officiating. Interment followed in the Old Bethel Cemetery in the Monroe community. He was born Dec. 11,…

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Obituaries 9/28/2021

September 28, 2021

Myles Edward Choate Myles Edward Choate, 59, of Rickman, passed away Sept. 25 at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. Funeral services were held Sept. 29 from the Chapel of the Hall Funeral Home of Livingston with Bro. D.J. Sons officiating. Interment followed in the Wirmingham Cemetery in Monroe. He was born Feb. 23, 1962 in Livingston.…

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Recent News

COVID Boosters, Flu Shots Available

October 12, 2021

COVID boosters and flu shots are now available for Overton County residents. According to Megan Reeder, Nursing Supervisor for Overton County’s Health Department said that the two can be taken at the same time. “Flu vaccines can be co-administered at the same time as the COVID vaccine,” Reeder said. “You can get them the same…

Read More

Burn Permits Needed For State, Coming For City

October 12, 2021

The Livingston Board of Mayor and Aldermen have approved the first reading of an ordinance requiring burn permits inside the Livingston city limits. Fire Chief Rocky Dial said the permits are to help the fire department keep up with people burning larger amounts of debris. “The biggest thing is we just want to know when…

Read More

Lee Calls For Update To School Funding

October 12, 2021

Governor Bill Lee has started the process to update how to fund K-12 education in Tennessee. Lee made the announcement in a press conference Friday morning. “We will pursue a rigorous review of our state’s education funding to ensure we are properly investing in students and stewarding our resources well,” said Gov. Lee. “I invite…

Read More

City Rezoning Moves Development Closer

October 5, 2021

The City of Livingston moved a proposed townhouse development one step closer Monday night. The Board of Mayor and Aldermen approved the first reading of an ordinance to rezone two parcels of property belonging to William Clark on E. Main St. to help make way for the project. The land near S. Hillcrest Dr. is…

Read More

Fall-O-Ween Is Coming October 30

October 5, 2021

The Livingston Overton County Chamber of Commerce, will be hosting the 6th Annual Fall-O-Ween in Livingston Fall Festival on our Historic Downtown Square and Central Park, Saturday, October 30, 2021,from 12pm – 4pm. Attendance and all activities are FREE, for all ages. On Saturday kids will enjoy trick or treating with booths from local businesses,…

Read More

LA Homecoming

October 5, 2021

Makenzi Scott was crowned as the 2021 Livingston Academy Homecoming Queen at Thursday night’s ceremony. Makenzi is the daughter of Denny and Connie Scott of Allons. She was escorted by Dawson Simmons, son of Titus and Jamie Simmons of Monroe. For more on the story, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston Enterprise.

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