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School Board Hears About Student Data

The Overton County Board of Education (OCBOE) met last week and reviewed informational data concerning student progress at the district and national levels. OCBOE Data Coach Lora Jones and Response To Intervention (RTI) Coordinator Tim Copeland presented data and explained how it is used throughout the year to predict how the school system will do…

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We’ve Come A Long Way

Black History Month is the celebration of achievements that have been made by the African American community and a time for recognizing the central roles they have played in U.S. History. In an exclusive interview, local minority leader and Town of Livingston Mayor Curtis Hayes, born just 10 years after the Civil Rights Movement, explained…

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Basketball Season Ends For LA

The Wildcat basketball teams of Livingston Academy met the end of the road this week with a pair of first-round losses in the District 8/AA Tournament that ended both of their seasons. The Lady Wildcats fell 38-33 to Watertown High School and the Wildcats fell 70-65 to Smith County High School. For more on this…

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Traffic Stop Leads To Drug Arrests

A routine traffic stop conducted by an Overton County Sheriff’s Department deputy resulted in two drug-related arrests last Monday. Donald Cooper, 54 of Livingston, and Peggy Sue Cooper, 28 of Livingston, were both arrested and charged with narcotics violations. For more on this story pickup a copy of this week’s Livingston Enterprise on newsstands now…

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Coalition Holds Anti-Drug Forum At L.A.

The Overton County Anti-Drug Coalition (OCADC) organized a panel discussion for Livingston Academy students last Friday in an effort to better inform the students of the dangers of addiction. The panel consisted of professionals from local law enforcement as well as local professionals from the realm of criminal justice. The panelists included: Livingston Police Chief…

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Nursing Home Discusses Audit Findings

Overton County Commissioners met at the Overton County Health and Rehab Center last Thursday and discussed information concerning a recent audit that had been conducted. Jim Jobe of Jobe, Hastings and Associates, CPA was in attendance for the meeting and presenting the findings of the audit. He explained that Medicaid and TennCare occasionally conduct an…

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Obituaries

Obituaries 2/25/20

Mary Jane “Mollie” Palmer Rogers “My Mollie,” as Mrs. Rogers was affectionately known, was 83, having been born in Des Moines, Iowa on July 7, 1936. She was reared in Jackson, Tenn. where she met Jimmy Rogers, her life long husband, dearest friend and constant admirer. The two were college freshmen, age 19 and 18,…

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Obituaries 2/18/20

Edward Dailey Edward Dailey, 81, of the Twin Oaks Community passed away Feb. 15 from his residence. Funeral services were held Feb. 17 at the chapel of Livingston Funeral Home. Interment followed in the Conner Cemetery. Bro. Alex Jackson officiated. He was born in the Baptist Ridge Community of Clay County on March 29, 1938.…

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Obituaries 2/11/20

Micheal Ray Hood Micheal Ray Hood, age 11, passed away Wednesday morning, Feb. 5 at his home after a courageous battle with liver cancer. Micheal was born Sept. 28, 2008 in Jamestown. He was a fifth grade student at Prescott Middle School and proud to serve as manager for the football team. His family includes…

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Recent News

School Board Hears About Student Data

The Overton County Board of Education (OCBOE) met last week and reviewed informational data concerning student progress at the district and national levels. OCBOE Data Coach Lora Jones and Response To Intervention (RTI) Coordinator Tim Copeland presented data and explained how it is used throughout the year to predict how the school system will do…

Read More
We’ve Come A Long Way

Black History Month is the celebration of achievements that have been made by the African American community and a time for recognizing the central roles they have played in U.S. History. In an exclusive interview, local minority leader and Town of Livingston Mayor Curtis Hayes, born just 10 years after the Civil Rights Movement, explained…

Read More
Basketball Season Ends For LA

The Wildcat basketball teams of Livingston Academy met the end of the road this week with a pair of first-round losses in the District 8/AA Tournament that ended both of their seasons. The Lady Wildcats fell 38-33 to Watertown High School and the Wildcats fell 70-65 to Smith County High School. For more on this…

Read More
Traffic Stop Leads To Drug Arrests

A routine traffic stop conducted by an Overton County Sheriff’s Department deputy resulted in two drug-related arrests last Monday. Donald Cooper, 54 of Livingston, and Peggy Sue Cooper, 28 of Livingston, were both arrested and charged with narcotics violations. For more on this story pickup a copy of this week’s Livingston Enterprise on newsstands now…

Read More
Coalition Holds Anti-Drug Forum At L.A.

The Overton County Anti-Drug Coalition (OCADC) organized a panel discussion for Livingston Academy students last Friday in an effort to better inform the students of the dangers of addiction. The panel consisted of professionals from local law enforcement as well as local professionals from the realm of criminal justice. The panelists included: Livingston Police Chief…

Read More
Nursing Home Discusses Audit Findings

Overton County Commissioners met at the Overton County Health and Rehab Center last Thursday and discussed information concerning a recent audit that had been conducted. Jim Jobe of Jobe, Hastings and Associates, CPA was in attendance for the meeting and presenting the findings of the audit. He explained that Medicaid and TennCare occasionally conduct an…

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