Panthers Prevail In Shoot-Out Against Wildcats

In a football series that began in 2007, the Wildcats hold seven wins and four losses lead over the Panthers of Stone Memorial from Cumberland County. The Wildcats won the toss and elected to receive to begin the game. With 7:16 to go in the first quarter, junior quarterback Will McDonald hit junior wide receiver…

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Allons Man Injured At 911 Center

An Allons man was injured after his van crashed into the mailbox of the Overton/Pickett E-911 Communications building on Tuesday morning. Gilbert Garrett, 77 of Allons, was traveling northbound on Industrial Park Drive when he reportedly lost control of the vehicle. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston Enterprise…

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Legals 9/18/18

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF OVERTON COUNTY, TENNESSEE   SHELIA BLANKENSHIP, JEFFERY WAYNE HAWKINS And COTY WAYLON HAWKINS, PETITIONERS VS. ASHLEY MILLER RESPONDENT, In Re: PEYTON ZACHERY HAWKINS d.o.b. 10/20/1991 CASE NO. 18-JV-79   ORDER OF PUBLICATION It appearing unto this Honorable Court that the Petitioners having filed a Motion for Service by Publication, and…

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Resident Complains About Crime Response

The Overton County Public Safety Committee heard several concerns from local residents in their Wednesday night meeting and discussed deficiencies in service to the Cub Mountain area due to a decline of law enforcement staff at the Overton County Sheriff’s Department. Overton County resident Joyce Bullock expressed her concerns to the committee regarding law enforcement…

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Teacher; Staff Bonuses Okayed

Teachers and staff of the Overton County School District will see a one-time bonus before fall break and may see some other changes as the Overton County School Board elected to rotate a new chairman and vice-chairman each meeting during their regular session on Thursday night. During the work session held before the regular meeting,…

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Old Glory Restored At OCHR

The Overton County Health and Rehab center organized a Flag Dedication Ceremony for several veteran residents after receiving a donation of two new flags on Friday afternoon. The American flag and the Tennessee flag that wave at the entrance of the facility began reaching a weathered condition, but these colors were restored this week after…

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Committee Approves County Credit Card

The Overton County Budget Committee approved a resolution that would allow Overton County officials and employees to have authorization to use make purchases through the use of a county credit card during their meeting on Tuesday night. Resolution 2018-1015-01, which is to authorize the use of one universal ‘credit card only’ purchases by Overton County…

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Obits 9/18/18

Sandra E. Barbour Sandra “Sandy” E. Barbour, 63 of Byrdstown, passed away on Dec. 3, 2017, at her home. A Graveside Service was held on June 23, 2018 at Hillside Cemetery in Thomaston, Conn. Gregory F. Doyle Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. She was born in Litchfield County, Conn. on June 23,…

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Three Die In Unrelated Accidents

Three Overton County residents died in traffic accidents over the past week in unrelated incidents on Hwy 111. One of the reported incidents resulted in two fatalities, an Allons couple, on Thursday morning. 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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Announcements 9/11/18

Longbeards Jake’s Day To Be Held The Overton County Longbeards of the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) are to host their Annual Jake’s Day at Cedar Lake Camp with zip line, kayaking, BB gun trailer, archery and civil war relics from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 15. Parent-Child Connection Class To Be…

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