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The Fairest Of Them All…

Pictured are, from left: first runner up Leah Jean Parker, daughter of Keith Parker and the late Rhonda Parker; Fairest of The Fair winner and most photogenic Amy Rogers, daughter of Derek and Crystal Romines; 2016 Fairest of The Fair Makinsey Faith Perdue; second runner up Lakyn Conner and third runner up and Miss Congeniality,…

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Back-To-School Bash Is Monday

To many, the definition of the word community means more than people that live in the same geographic location, it is knowing those people can come together for a cause greater than themselves. On July 31, from 5 until 7:30 p.m., the Overton County school system will be holding it’s third annual “Back-to-School Bash” at…

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Applause Award

Arby’s was given the Applause Award by the Overton County Chamber of Commerce Thursday afternoon. Pictured are from left, front row: Rita Reagan Underhill, of the Livingston Chamber of Commerce, David Ryglerski, Arby’s Regional Manager, Melissa McCornack, representing Arby’s and City Mayor, Curtis Hayes; second row: Wanda Krantz and Kourtni Ramsey; back row: Michael Austin,…

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Nursing Home Continues Expansion Plans

Another step toward the ground breaking on the expansion of the nursing home should be happening soon, according to officials. “By the end of the month they should have the design and development phase complete,” said Board Administrator Jennifer Bouldin. Bouldin told the board the news at last week’s regular meeting at the Overton County…

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Sheriff’s Dept. Makes Drug Discovery

Last Monday afternoon, the Overton County Sheriff’s Department, with cooperation from the Governor’s Taskforce Marijuana Eradication Team, which is made up of TBI agents, ABC agents and DEA agents along with others, took to the skies in a helicopter high above Overton County. According to Overton County Sheriff John Garrett, what they spotted from the…

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Fee Changes May Soon Be Coming To Central Park

If you are looking to share your talent with the world under the hot lights of the Rotary Main Stage at Livingston’s Central Park, you may soon have a new fee structure under which you can do so. Livingston Mayor Curtis Hayes said the board of aldermen would look into a new fee structure for…

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Obituaries

Obits 7/25/17

Linda Ann Sevier Linda Ann Sevier, 70, of the Baptist Ridge Community, passed away July 17 at her home. Funeral services were held July 20 from the chapel of Speck Funeral Home. Bro. Randy Pickens officiated. Burial followed in the Maxwell Chapel Cemetery. She was born in Clay County, on January 26, 1947. She was…

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Obits 7/18/17

Dianna Kay Ledbetter Dianna Kay Ledbetter, 65, of the Allred community, passed away July 10 at Livingston Regional Hospital. Funeral services were held July 13 from the chapel of Speck Funeral Home. Bro. Roger Cisco officiated. Burial followed in the Deck cemetery located in the Allred community. She was born on December 1, 1951 in…

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Obits 7/11/17

Esther Alexandria “Sandy” Stratton Sewing supervisor Esther Alexandria “Sandy” Stratton, 76, of Allons, Tenn. passed away at her residence on April 19. Her family chose cremation. She was born in Baltimore, Md. on June 29, 1940. She was a sewing supervisor for many years in La. and a factory worker in Fla. Sandy loved to…

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Recent News

The Fairest Of Them All…

Pictured are, from left: first runner up Leah Jean Parker, daughter of Keith Parker and the late Rhonda Parker; Fairest of The Fair winner and most photogenic Amy Rogers, daughter of Derek and Crystal Romines; 2016 Fairest of The Fair Makinsey Faith Perdue; second runner up Lakyn Conner and third runner up and Miss Congeniality,…

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Back-To-School Bash Is Monday

To many, the definition of the word community means more than people that live in the same geographic location, it is knowing those people can come together for a cause greater than themselves. On July 31, from 5 until 7:30 p.m., the Overton County school system will be holding it’s third annual “Back-to-School Bash” at…

Read More
Applause Award

Arby’s was given the Applause Award by the Overton County Chamber of Commerce Thursday afternoon. Pictured are from left, front row: Rita Reagan Underhill, of the Livingston Chamber of Commerce, David Ryglerski, Arby’s Regional Manager, Melissa McCornack, representing Arby’s and City Mayor, Curtis Hayes; second row: Wanda Krantz and Kourtni Ramsey; back row: Michael Austin,…

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Nursing Home Continues Expansion Plans

Another step toward the ground breaking on the expansion of the nursing home should be happening soon, according to officials. “By the end of the month they should have the design and development phase complete,” said Board Administrator Jennifer Bouldin. Bouldin told the board the news at last week’s regular meeting at the Overton County…

Read More
Sheriff’s Dept. Makes Drug Discovery

Last Monday afternoon, the Overton County Sheriff’s Department, with cooperation from the Governor’s Taskforce Marijuana Eradication Team, which is made up of TBI agents, ABC agents and DEA agents along with others, took to the skies in a helicopter high above Overton County. According to Overton County Sheriff John Garrett, what they spotted from the…

Read More
Fee Changes May Soon Be Coming To Central Park

If you are looking to share your talent with the world under the hot lights of the Rotary Main Stage at Livingston’s Central Park, you may soon have a new fee structure under which you can do so. Livingston Mayor Curtis Hayes said the board of aldermen would look into a new fee structure for…

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