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School Board Tables Technology Upgrades

The Overton County School Board held a work session on May 8 regarding infrastructure at area schools. Technology Coach and Mathematics Teacher Brent Thrasher saught approval from the Board after he presented information that would improve internet access at area schools; however, the project was tabled to a later date due to the current dynamics…

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Fire Destroys Home

A Monroe residence was destroyed by fire early yesterday morning. The fire occurred at 1159 Jaybird Road, a residence in Monroe, according to Chief Deputy Tim Poore. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston Enterprise on newsstands now, or subscribe online at livingstonenterprise.net.

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Action Is Taken On 911 Board

Fresh off a vote of confidence for Overton-Pickett 911 Director Chris Masiongale by the 911 board, Overton County Executive Ben Danner made good on comments he made after the state comptroller’s report on 911 was released detailing the questionable use of funds – he replaced part of the board. That action came at last night’s…

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Man Loses Shoe While Fleeing From Police

Detective Logan Carpenter responded to a call from J.D.’s Sandwich Shop on the night of May 5 that wound up with a foot chase pursuit ending with a man in cuffs. A Deer Lodge man later identified as Jade A. Evans attempted to drive away from the restaurant’s premises after several alcoholic beverages, according to…

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Square Improvements Are Set To Be Completed Soon

The small town of Livingston is a popular place for Americana tourism. Tourists may circle the city’s monumental courthouse, hear the children laughing at the nearby Central Park and enjoy community dances each Saturday night at the American Legion Hall. Many of the town’s structures, masoned with handmade bricks dated back to the 1930s, feature…

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Lady Wildcats Go Three For Three

As the season winds down, the Livingston Academy softball team has been playing their best games. They played three games this past week, which all resulted in big wins. They first played Watertown on April 30. All seven innings were played and the Wildcats triumphed Watertown 22-12. Abi Ledbetter contributed largely to the offensive side…

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Obituaries

Obits 5/15/18

Jewel Hinson Jewel Hinson, 90 of the Tyler Point Community Of Monterey, passed away on May 6 at the Cookeville Regional Medical Center. Funeral services were held on May 9 at the Tyler Point Freewill Baptist Church. Interment followed in the Tyler Point Cemetery. Bro. Nolan Cantrell and Bro. Roger Sisco officiated. Goff Funeral Home…

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Obits 5/8/18

Pamela “Pammy” Sue Greathouse Ohio Wholesale Pamela Sue Greathouse passed away April 28 at her home in Celina. Funeral services were held May 2 from the Celina chapel of Hall Funeral Home. She was a life long resident of Barberton, Ohio. She loved her work at Ohio Wholesale. She traveled, and set up shows. She loved…

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Obits 4/24/18

George L. “Buddy” Goodman George L. “Buddy” Goodman, 70 of Monroe, passed from this life on April 13 from the Overton County Health and Rehab Center. Funeral services were conducted April 21 at the chapel of Speck Funeral Home. Interment followed at the Green Hill Cemetery, with Military Honors provided at graveside, by the Overton…

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Recent News

School Board Tables Technology Upgrades

The Overton County School Board held a work session on May 8 regarding infrastructure at area schools. Technology Coach and Mathematics Teacher Brent Thrasher saught approval from the Board after he presented information that would improve internet access at area schools; however, the project was tabled to a later date due to the current dynamics…

Read More
Fire Destroys Home

A Monroe residence was destroyed by fire early yesterday morning. The fire occurred at 1159 Jaybird Road, a residence in Monroe, according to Chief Deputy Tim Poore. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston Enterprise on newsstands now, or subscribe online at livingstonenterprise.net.

Read More
Action Is Taken On 911 Board

Fresh off a vote of confidence for Overton-Pickett 911 Director Chris Masiongale by the 911 board, Overton County Executive Ben Danner made good on comments he made after the state comptroller’s report on 911 was released detailing the questionable use of funds – he replaced part of the board. That action came at last night’s…

Read More
Man Loses Shoe While Fleeing From Police

Detective Logan Carpenter responded to a call from J.D.’s Sandwich Shop on the night of May 5 that wound up with a foot chase pursuit ending with a man in cuffs. A Deer Lodge man later identified as Jade A. Evans attempted to drive away from the restaurant’s premises after several alcoholic beverages, according to…

Read More
Square Improvements Are Set To Be Completed Soon

The small town of Livingston is a popular place for Americana tourism. Tourists may circle the city’s monumental courthouse, hear the children laughing at the nearby Central Park and enjoy community dances each Saturday night at the American Legion Hall. Many of the town’s structures, masoned with handmade bricks dated back to the 1930s, feature…

Read More
Lady Wildcats Go Three For Three

As the season winds down, the Livingston Academy softball team has been playing their best games. They played three games this past week, which all resulted in big wins. They first played Watertown on April 30. All seven innings were played and the Wildcats triumphed Watertown 22-12. Abi Ledbetter contributed largely to the offensive side…

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