Legals 4/9/19

OVERTON COUNTY CHANCERY COURT, PROBATE DIVISION NOTICE TO CREDITORS ESTATE OF: Thomas Harold Koger (Deceased) CASE NO: 18-PR-60 Notice is hereby given that on the 30th day of November, 2018, Letters Testamentary in respect to the estate of Thomas Harold Koger, deceased who died on June 11th, 2018 were issued to the undersigned Frances Franklin…

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School System Is Looking At Comprehensive Building Plan

The preliminary cost estimates for a comprehensive plan to improve Overton County schools and facilities were reviewed for the first time ever in a recent building committee session for the Overton County Board of Education. After working since January 2018 on putting together a list of facilities that are in need of a number of…

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Announcements 4/9/19

L.B.J. & C. To Close For Good Friday The L.B.J. & C. Development Corporation Head Start Centers and the Central Office will be closed April 19 in observance of Good Friday. Clean Up Week To Begin Clean up week will begin Monday, April 8 and continue through Friday, April 12 for the citizens of Livingston.  Any unwanted items…

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TBI Investigates Officer- Involved Shooting Here

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) is investigating the circumstances that led to an officer-involved shooting that occurred Thursday in Overton County. A report of a domestic incident on Allens Chapel Road in Hilham came in through Jackson County 911 around 7:45 a.m., according to preliminary information, and deputies with both Overton and Jackson County…

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Liquor Store; Church Are Coming

The very first liquor store could be established in city limits by sometime this summer, and meanwhile, a new Livingston branch for the multi-site Life Church is also heading into town. A briefing on the two new developments were brought before the Livingston Municipal Planning Commission at the same time recently, later prompting a discussion…

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Commissioners OK Bid For New Building

Overton County Commissioners unanimously approved the bid for the new County Services Building last night during their monthly meeting. The low bid was $4,486,000 from local firm W&O construction with an alternate add on for blinds in the amount of $11,400. The bid, which was less than the estimated cost of the project, had previously…

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Man Pleads Guilty To Truck Theft

A Monroe man who pled guilty to stealing items that valued up to $60,000 was not ordered to pay back restitution in Wednesday’s Overton County Criminal Court session. An indictment was filed in December of last year for Cotie E. Rhea, 20, along with another individual, Phillip Stevens, Jr., for charges of theft of property…

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Bid Is Approved For New County Building

Overton County Budget Committee members received good news when they met Wednesday night, as bids for the new county services building came in below budget. After bids were opened, commissioner Frank Martin motioned to proceed with W&O Construction Co., Inc., as the successful builder for the almost $4.5 million project. W&O is also a local…

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Advisory Board Considers First Complaints

Having numerous, and mostly stationary, vehicles stored in plain sight on your property within city limits might not be a violation of municipal code, as it appears from discussion in the Property Maintenance Advisory Board’s session on Monday, March 25. The new advisory board took on five properties for review that evening for their first…

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Fathers & Daughters

The Father-Daughter dance was held Saturday night, with hundreds in attendance. The dance, now in its eighth year, is put on by the Livingston Enterprise with the help of area donors. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston Enterprise on newsstands now, or subscribe online at livingstonenterprise  

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