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School Board Discusses Budget Alternatives

The Board of Education held a work session and meeting April 10 at Wilson Elementary to discuss options to assist with the $417,750 deficit in the budget. The Board members discussed several alternative suggestions that may help reduce the deficit. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston Enterprise on…

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Wildcats Have A Busy Week Of Games

The Livingston Academy baseball team had a packed schedule with four games last week. Their first game was played on April 9 against Macon County. They lost in a close game of 3-5. Macon scored once in the first inning, once in the second inning, once in the fifth inning and twice in the sixth…

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Upcoming Election Brings With It Questions About Salaries

As a majority of local offices are up for grabs in the upcoming county election, voters have been wondering one question – just how much do these officials make? In Tennessee, the state mandates a minimum salary for most offices depending upon population, with the difference being General Sessions Judge, which is based on private…

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Fathers And Daughters

Fathers, daughters, uncles, grandpas and guardians turned out Saturday night to enjoy the annual Father-Daughter Dance with their children and relatives, held this time at Livingston Academy. This was the seventh year of the annual event, which was held at Livingston Academy this year instead of the National Guard Armory. For more on this story,…

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Local Twins Complete Solo Flight Exam

Two young men who have a love of planes and flying each completed solo flights to Livingston recently. Dylan and Dakota McDonald, both 19 of Livingston and identical twins of David and Debbie McDonald of Livingston, completed a solo plane flight to Livingston on Sunday, April 8 at approximately 5:30 p.m. For more on this…

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Commission; School Board Qualifying Ends

April 5 was the last day for candidates running for local, state and Federal positions to complete their required forms to file for office for the Aug. 2 election. In Overton County, it was the cut off for qualifying for both county commission and school board seats. Incumbent candidates, Frank Martin, Robbie J. Melton and…

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Obituaries

Obits 4/17/18

Joan Belle Morgan Allen Joan Belle Morgan Allen, 75, of Livingston passed away peacefully from this life on April 7 from the Overton County Health and Rehab, surrounded by family and friends. Celebration of Life services were held April 14 from the Grace Baptist Church in Alpine. Bro. John Copeland officiated. She was born in…

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Obits 4/10/18

  Eddie Ray Thrasher Furniture Upholsterer Eddie Ray Thrasher, 78, of the Willow Grove Community, passed away in the comfort of home. Funeral services were held April 8 from the chapel of Speck Funeral Home. Interment followed in the St. John Cemetery. Bro. Marlon Winningham officiated. He was born in Overton County, on July 31…

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Obits 4/3/18

Liza Jane Threet Cravens Homemaker Liza Jane Threet Cravens, 82 of the Crawford Community, passed away on March 30 at her residence. Funeral services were held on April 3 from the chapel of Speck Funeral Home with Bro. J.B. Harris officiating. Interment followed in the Cub Cemetery. She was born on July 8, 1935 in…

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Recent News

School Board Discusses Budget Alternatives

The Board of Education held a work session and meeting April 10 at Wilson Elementary to discuss options to assist with the $417,750 deficit in the budget. The Board members discussed several alternative suggestions that may help reduce the deficit. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston Enterprise on…

Read More
Wildcats Have A Busy Week Of Games

The Livingston Academy baseball team had a packed schedule with four games last week. Their first game was played on April 9 against Macon County. They lost in a close game of 3-5. Macon scored once in the first inning, once in the second inning, once in the fifth inning and twice in the sixth…

Read More
Upcoming Election Brings With It Questions About Salaries

As a majority of local offices are up for grabs in the upcoming county election, voters have been wondering one question – just how much do these officials make? In Tennessee, the state mandates a minimum salary for most offices depending upon population, with the difference being General Sessions Judge, which is based on private…

Read More
Fathers And Daughters

Fathers, daughters, uncles, grandpas and guardians turned out Saturday night to enjoy the annual Father-Daughter Dance with their children and relatives, held this time at Livingston Academy. This was the seventh year of the annual event, which was held at Livingston Academy this year instead of the National Guard Armory. For more on this story,…

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Local Twins Complete Solo Flight Exam

Two young men who have a love of planes and flying each completed solo flights to Livingston recently. Dylan and Dakota McDonald, both 19 of Livingston and identical twins of David and Debbie McDonald of Livingston, completed a solo plane flight to Livingston on Sunday, April 8 at approximately 5:30 p.m. For more on this…

Read More
Commission; School Board Qualifying Ends

April 5 was the last day for candidates running for local, state and Federal positions to complete their required forms to file for office for the Aug. 2 election. In Overton County, it was the cut off for qualifying for both county commission and school board seats. Incumbent candidates, Frank Martin, Robbie J. Melton and…

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