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Several Roads Make City List For Paving

As previously reported in the Livingston Enterprise, the Town of Livingston Board of Mayor and Alderman voted to increase property taxes by 20-cents recently, with 14-cents of every 20 earmarked for paving streets within city limits. At last week’s regular board meeting, the board approved 37 streets that are to be paved with the $1…

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Back To School

A.H. Roberts Principal Brandon Cross assists the car rider line on the first day of school. Cross stated that very few students were bussed on the first day due to COVID-19 suggestions. Pickup a copy of this week’s Livingston Enterprise on newsstands now, or subscribe online at livingstonenterprise.net.

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Carr Creek Bridge Work Set To Begin

Overton County Commissioners met in a Highway and Property Committee Meeting last Thursday and discussed the ground breaking of the BRZ bridge project over Carr Creek. The project is federally funded through the Tennessee Department of Transportation’s (TDOT) High Priority Bridge Replacement Program. The new bridge will be a 220 feet long free stress, three-span…

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School Board To See Two New Members

The Overton County School Board will see two new faces following last week’s election. Wayne Taylor easily outpolled incumbent Mike Sullivan in the race, garnering more than 70 percent of the total vote in District 2 of the School Board race. Taylor netted 229 total votes and Sullivan received 56. Newcomer Mitchell Stonecipher received 267…

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Officials Urge Mask Wearing

Local Overton County and Town of Livingston officials met in a press conference at Livingston City Hall last Friday and provided updates concerning COVID-19. According to Town of Livingston Mayor Curtis Hayes, all city employees are required to wear masks. “All city employees are now required to wear masks while on duty,” Hayes said. “I…

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Flash Flooding Friday…

Several roads were closed around the area Friday afternoon when torrential rain caused flash flooding. Pictured is West Main Street at Bradford-Hicks Drive.

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Obituaries

Obituaries 8/11/20

Richard McReynolds Memorial services with military honors for Richard Wayne McReynolds, age 70 of Cookeville, were held at 1 p.m. Monday, Aug. 10 at the Cookeville Chapel of Hooper Huddleston and Horner Funeral Home. Jeff Wilson officiated. The family received friends Monday from 11 a.m. until service time. Due to Covid-19 precautions, social distancing measures…

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Obituaries 8/4/20

Diana Hummel Diana Ruth Hummel, 73, of Anderson, Ind. passed away July 26 from Community Hospital in Anderson, Ind. A memorial service was held at the cemetery for family. She was born on May 22, 1947 in Livingston. She worked in the cafeteria at Anderson Community Schools for many years, was a member of the…

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Obituaries 7/28/20

Ralph Douglas Boles Ralph Douglas Boles, 70, of Mulberry, Fla. and formerly Overton County passed away July 19. Funeral services were held July 23 at the chapel of Speck Funeral Home. Interment followed in the Overton County Memorial Gardens. Rev. James Shenko officiated. He was born on Oct. 26, 1949. He loved cars, music and…

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Recent News

Several Roads Make City List For Paving

As previously reported in the Livingston Enterprise, the Town of Livingston Board of Mayor and Alderman voted to increase property taxes by 20-cents recently, with 14-cents of every 20 earmarked for paving streets within city limits. At last week’s regular board meeting, the board approved 37 streets that are to be paved with the $1…

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Back To School

A.H. Roberts Principal Brandon Cross assists the car rider line on the first day of school. Cross stated that very few students were bussed on the first day due to COVID-19 suggestions. Pickup a copy of this week’s Livingston Enterprise on newsstands now, or subscribe online at livingstonenterprise.net.

Read More
Carr Creek Bridge Work Set To Begin

Overton County Commissioners met in a Highway and Property Committee Meeting last Thursday and discussed the ground breaking of the BRZ bridge project over Carr Creek. The project is federally funded through the Tennessee Department of Transportation’s (TDOT) High Priority Bridge Replacement Program. The new bridge will be a 220 feet long free stress, three-span…

Read More
School Board To See Two New Members

The Overton County School Board will see two new faces following last week’s election. Wayne Taylor easily outpolled incumbent Mike Sullivan in the race, garnering more than 70 percent of the total vote in District 2 of the School Board race. Taylor netted 229 total votes and Sullivan received 56. Newcomer Mitchell Stonecipher received 267…

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Officials Urge Mask Wearing

Local Overton County and Town of Livingston officials met in a press conference at Livingston City Hall last Friday and provided updates concerning COVID-19. According to Town of Livingston Mayor Curtis Hayes, all city employees are required to wear masks. “All city employees are now required to wear masks while on duty,” Hayes said. “I…

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Flash Flooding Friday…

Several roads were closed around the area Friday afternoon when torrential rain caused flash flooding. Pictured is West Main Street at Bradford-Hicks Drive.

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