L.A. Girls Soccer Win Awards

District 6AA 2nd Team: Autumn Melton and Taylor Whited. 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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Hwy. Dept. Measures Approved

Overton County Commissioners approved a “no waiting period” resolution for insurance for Highway Department employees during their regular meeting last night. And commissioners also approved a consultant for the Highway Department for new bridges in Overton County, bridges that will cost the county a mere $400. For more on this story, pick up a copy…

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Announcements 10/17/17

Planning Awareness Week Set WCTE will recognize National Estate Planning Week by providing local residents a free estate-planning booklet. The booklet will allow the user to start organizing their financial assets and thinking through their personal goals. Any person interested in receiving this booklet may contact Avery Hutchins at ahutchins@wcte.org or call 931-528-2222. Benefit Supper…

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Obits 10/17/17

Milfred Delonie Winningham Milfred Delonie Winningham, 87, of Monroe, passed away on Oct. 9 at the Livingston Regional Medical Center. Funeral services were held from the chapel of Speck Funeral Home on Oct. 12. Bro. Steven Barlow officiated. Interment followed in the Hatcher Hall Cemetery with Military Honors provided at graveside by the Honor Guard…

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Billboards Still Prohibited Within City Limits

The question about whether or not billboards will once again be allowed within the city limits of Livingston continues. And for now, that answer is no. Earlier this month, the Livingston Mayor and Board of Aldermen voted to not adopt three amendments, one of which would have changed zoning ordinance 2017-9-1 to explicitly prohibit billboards.…

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New TCAT Building Oversight Is Moved Back To State Level

The Overton County Budget committee discussed the redirection of a community development block grant to the Tennessee Board of Regents for the new Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT) building during their meeting last Tuesday. TCAT Livingston has received a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) to build an additional building to be used for workplace…

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County May Only Be Out $400 For Three Bridge Projects

Highway and property committee members talked about funding for the bridge project in Overton County at their meeting last Tuesday and found it may only cost the county $400 to build three new bridges. County highway superintendent James Norrod brought all the information about the bridge project to the table for the committee. For more…

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Committee Reviews Jail Inspection

Salary committee members reviewed the jail inspection report from Sept. 13 with chief deputy Tim Poore at their meeting last Thursday. The report listed some issues with medical services in the facility. “The biggest thing that he marked us on was the medical part of it. But it’s not really our fault,” Poore began. “Where…

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Plans Are Underway For Nursing Home Reno

A solution for getting natural light to residents of Overton County Nursing Home has been found and placed in the plans for the renovations. With the construction plans for a new Overton County Nursing Home building underway, the Overton County Health and Rehab Board (OCHR) discussed in their Wednesday meeting, different ways that will be…

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Royalty…

Riley Smith was crowned Homecoming Queen Friday night at the homecoming game for Livingston Academy. Pictured placing the crown is Senior Wildcat player Jake Craig. 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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