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County May Increase Health Ins. Rate

Overton County may take $50 off from what is the largest cost to many county employees each month: health insurance. The Overton County Salary Committee approved having a look in the budget during their Wednesday night meeting to entertain the possibility. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston Enterprise…

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Water Pipeline Now Repaired

Traffic was redirected for several hours around what some witnesses are calling a “red river” flowing down Bilbrey Street on Monday. When a 10-inch water pipeline broke around mid-day near Livingston Middle School, an estimated 38,000 gallons of water lost from the incident flowed onto the street. The water became mixed with red clay from…

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LED Pilot Project Set For Livingston

Livingston residents will have a chance to see Livingston in a “new light” as the Mayor and Board of Aldermen approved to participate in a pilot program for residents to have a visual test of LED lighting in town. The action came during a special called work session on Thursday night. “They’ll love it. The…

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Garbage Dumping On Mountain Is Topic

A resident in the Hanging Limb area alleges that a garbage pick-up company dumped loads of garbage onto his property. The complaint provoked a discussion on Tuesday night during the Overton County Highway and Property Committee meeting about the possibility of doing “something” to clean up in the county in the future. For more on…

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Home Lost In Fire

This Monroe home was fully engulfed in flames as firefighters battled the inferno Friday afternoon. No persons were injured in the incident that occurred at 297 Dogwalk Rd. Real estate assessment data has the owner listed as Deborah Alice McMeans. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston Enterprise on…

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School Board Discusses Teacher Crisis

A decline in teachers entering the profession has become what some members of the school system are calling a crisis during a Tuesday night work session of the Overton County School Board. “All last year, and then this year, we’re basically, and I’m saying ‘we,’ Overton County in the Upper Cumberland, state of Tennessee of…

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Obituaries

Obituaries 1/22/19

Mary Alice Sells Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Alice Lynch Sells, age 91, of Monroe were conducted at 3 p.m., Sunday, January 20, 2019 from the Bethsaida Christian Church. Rev. Craig Green officiated. Burial followed in the Bethsaida Cemetery. The family welcomed friends on Sunday from 12:30 until time of services at the Bethsaida Christian…

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Obituaries 1/15/19

Elizabeth Turner Teacher Funeral services for Mrs. Elizabeth Clydia McAlpin Turner, age 76, of Algood, was held at 10 a.m. Wednesday, January 9 in the Cookeville Chapel of Hooper Huddleston and Horner Funeral Home. Donna Peak officiated Interment followed at Algood City Cemetery. The family received friends Tuesday from 5 – 7 p.m. and again…

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Obituaries 1/8/19

William Bruce Davis LPN William Bruce Davis, 63 of Livingston, passed away at the Overton County Health and Rehab on Dec. 17, 2018. Funeral services were held on Dec. 20 at the chapel of the Hall Funeral Home of Livingston. Douglas Hawkins officiated. Interment followed in the John L. Clark cemetery in Gainesboro. He was…

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Recent News

County May Increase Health Ins. Rate

Overton County may take $50 off from what is the largest cost to many county employees each month: health insurance. The Overton County Salary Committee approved having a look in the budget during their Wednesday night meeting to entertain the possibility. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston Enterprise…

Read More
Water Pipeline Now Repaired

Traffic was redirected for several hours around what some witnesses are calling a “red river” flowing down Bilbrey Street on Monday. When a 10-inch water pipeline broke around mid-day near Livingston Middle School, an estimated 38,000 gallons of water lost from the incident flowed onto the street. The water became mixed with red clay from…

Read More
LED Pilot Project Set For Livingston

Livingston residents will have a chance to see Livingston in a “new light” as the Mayor and Board of Aldermen approved to participate in a pilot program for residents to have a visual test of LED lighting in town. The action came during a special called work session on Thursday night. “They’ll love it. The…

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Garbage Dumping On Mountain Is Topic

A resident in the Hanging Limb area alleges that a garbage pick-up company dumped loads of garbage onto his property. The complaint provoked a discussion on Tuesday night during the Overton County Highway and Property Committee meeting about the possibility of doing “something” to clean up in the county in the future. For more on…

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Home Lost In Fire

This Monroe home was fully engulfed in flames as firefighters battled the inferno Friday afternoon. No persons were injured in the incident that occurred at 297 Dogwalk Rd. Real estate assessment data has the owner listed as Deborah Alice McMeans. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston Enterprise on…

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School Board Discusses Teacher Crisis

A decline in teachers entering the profession has become what some members of the school system are calling a crisis during a Tuesday night work session of the Overton County School Board. “All last year, and then this year, we’re basically, and I’m saying ‘we,’ Overton County in the Upper Cumberland, state of Tennessee of…

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