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Group Hears Confederate Stories

With three improvement projects beginning this month at the Overton County Health and Rehab (OCHR), employees at the facility have done a great deal of preparation for the upcoming changes. “We’ve had a busy week trying to get everything cleaned out and moved,” said Administrator Jennifer Bouldin in regular session Thursday night to the OCHR…

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Two Are Injured In Accident

Two motorists were transported to receive treatment for reported possible injuries after a two-vehicle crash on Friday near Volunteer State Community College in Livingston. A Cookeville woman became entrapped in her vehicle after the incident occurred at the T-intersection of Monterey Highway and Windle Community Road that afternoon. For more on this story, pick up…

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County May Claim Circle At Waterloo

Virgil Murphy Lane in Hardy’s Chapel may be extended in order for the county to claim the entire circle at Waterloo. “I think on a prescriptive right, you know, we’ve all talked about that prescriptive right before, I think we aught to take the rest of the circle there,” said County Highway Superintendent James Norrod…

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OCHR Projects Getting Underway

With three improvement projects beginning this month at the Overton County Health and Rehab (OCHR), employees at the facility have done a great deal of preparation for the upcoming changes. “We’ve had a busy week trying to get everything cleaned out and moved,” said Administrator Jennifer Bouldin in regular session Thursday night to the OCHR…

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Ag Student Could Receive $$$

A new cash award, courtesy of Sons of Confederate Veterans Myers-Zollicoffer Camp 1990, could be available to an agriculture student at Livingston Academy if the Overton County Board of Education approves the award in their next regular meeting. Board member Mike Gilpatrick brought the idea before the Overton County Board of Education during Tuesday night’s…

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Solid Waste Survey Hits Mark

In their first meeting for the calendar year, the Overton County Solid Waste Committee found a “golden goose” in their review of the 2018 annual solid waste progress report on Tuesday, as their recycling numbers well-exceed the state requirement. The state requires that Overton County show in a survey that they did not take 25…

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Obituaries

Obituaries 4/16/19

John Claude Houser Mr. John Claude Houser was born in March 21, 1935 in Knoxville, Tennessee and passed from this life on April 5, 2019 in Knoxville, Tennessee at the age of 84. He is preceded in death by his parents, Mr. Claude Mack Houser and Ms. Lena (Roberts) Mayes and one brother Mr. Hillard…

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Obituaries 4/9/19

Shirley Ann Rich Hooten Nursing Assistant Shirley Ann Rich Hooten, 59 of Celina, passed away on March 22 at Signature Healthcare in Putnam County. A memorial service was held at McDonald Cemetery in Hilham on April 7. Nashville Funeral and Cremation Services was in charge of the arrangements. She was born in Indianapolis, Ind. on…

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Obituaries 4/2/19

Jimmie N. Eversole Jimmie N. Eversole, 81 of Enon, passed away on March 26 in Fairborn. Funeral services were held on March 29 in Adkins Funeral Home in Enon. Interment followed in Enon Cemetery. Speck Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. She was born in Livingston on June 21, 1937. She enjoyed gardening,…

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Recent News

Group Hears Confederate Stories

With three improvement projects beginning this month at the Overton County Health and Rehab (OCHR), employees at the facility have done a great deal of preparation for the upcoming changes. “We’ve had a busy week trying to get everything cleaned out and moved,” said Administrator Jennifer Bouldin in regular session Thursday night to the OCHR…

Read More
Two Are Injured In Accident

Two motorists were transported to receive treatment for reported possible injuries after a two-vehicle crash on Friday near Volunteer State Community College in Livingston. A Cookeville woman became entrapped in her vehicle after the incident occurred at the T-intersection of Monterey Highway and Windle Community Road that afternoon. For more on this story, pick up…

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County May Claim Circle At Waterloo

Virgil Murphy Lane in Hardy’s Chapel may be extended in order for the county to claim the entire circle at Waterloo. “I think on a prescriptive right, you know, we’ve all talked about that prescriptive right before, I think we aught to take the rest of the circle there,” said County Highway Superintendent James Norrod…

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OCHR Projects Getting Underway

With three improvement projects beginning this month at the Overton County Health and Rehab (OCHR), employees at the facility have done a great deal of preparation for the upcoming changes. “We’ve had a busy week trying to get everything cleaned out and moved,” said Administrator Jennifer Bouldin in regular session Thursday night to the OCHR…

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Ag Student Could Receive $$$

A new cash award, courtesy of Sons of Confederate Veterans Myers-Zollicoffer Camp 1990, could be available to an agriculture student at Livingston Academy if the Overton County Board of Education approves the award in their next regular meeting. Board member Mike Gilpatrick brought the idea before the Overton County Board of Education during Tuesday night’s…

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Solid Waste Survey Hits Mark

In their first meeting for the calendar year, the Overton County Solid Waste Committee found a “golden goose” in their review of the 2018 annual solid waste progress report on Tuesday, as their recycling numbers well-exceed the state requirement. The state requires that Overton County show in a survey that they did not take 25…

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