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Nothing To Fire Alarm At High School

A fire alarm was triggered at Livingston Academy during the early afternoon last Wednesday. Fortunately, it was a false alarm. The Livingston Fire Department was dispatched to L.A. at approximately 1:15 p.m. Firefighters quickly responded to the scene. Fire Chief Rocky Dial explained that firefighters checked every room in the school. For more on this…

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Local Mechanic Sells Customer’s Vehicle

A mechanic allegedly sold a customer’s vehicle for scrap and was found with methamphetamine a short time later. Ralph Tyler Phy, 27 of Lake Lane in Cookeville, was arrested on Jan. 26 for theft and possession of Schedule II drugs, methamphetamine by Overton County Sheriff’s deputies Christopher Looper and Bobby Farris. For more on this…

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LMS Runner Up In State Tournament

The Livingston Middle School (LMS) boys and girls basketball teams made it to the big dance in the James C. Haile State Invitational Tournament last week, but both squads came up a bit short in the finals. And with an unusual twist, both Livingston teams faced both squads from David Lipscomb in the championship games…

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Tournament Brings Middle School Action To An End

The middle school basketball season came to an end on Saturday, February 3 with the county tournament. The Hilham Lady Tigers and the Allons Lady Hawks played for third place, with Allons winning the game 38-25. The Livingston Tigers and the Rickman Bulldogs also played for third place, and Livingston won the game 33-21. After…

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Man Stopped For Doing 93 mph

Drinking and smoking marijuana before driving isn’t a good idea. An even worse idea is to combine that while driving 93 miles per hour, as one man recently found out. Jerry Arthur Conley, 66, was arrested for DUI 2nd offense, driving on a revoked license and possession of Schedule VI drugs by THP Trooper Mark…

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Wildcats Blowout Dekalb In The Fourth Quarter

The Livingston Academy Wildcats took on Dekalb County on Tuesday night in a tight game with the Wildcats taking the lead early and winning in the end. The Wildcats started off in the lead when Jakob Craig scored a 3 point shot within the first couple minutes of the game. The teams were neck and…

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Obituaries

Enterprise 2-2-16

Johnny Edward Halfacre Business Owner Johnny Edward Halfacre, 66, of Livingston, passed away Jan. 27 at Cumberland Hospice and Palliative Care in Cookeville. Memorial services were held Jan. 30 from the Livingston Church of Christ with Bro. Brooks Boyd officiating. Interment followed in Good Hope Cemetery. He was born Sept. 12, 1949 in Overton County.…

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Citizen Statesman 2-2-16

James E. White U.S. Postal Service James E. White, 84 of Celina, passed away Jan. 25 at Cumberland River Hospital. Funeral services were held Jan. 28 from the chapel of the Hall Funeral Home with Bro. Eric Copass officiating. Interment followed in the Fitzgerald Cemetery. Pallbearers who served included: Greg Meadows, Charlotte Clayburn, Rush and…

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Enterprise 1-26-16

Louise Mullins  Richardson Louise Mullins Richardson, 81, of the Peeled Chestnut community of White County, passed away Jan. 21 at her home. Funeral services were held Jan. 25 from the chapel of Hunter Funeral Home with Joe Neal officiating. Interment followed in Peeled Chestnut Cemetery. She was born June 10, 1034 in Livingston. She was…

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Recent News

Nothing To Fire Alarm At High School

A fire alarm was triggered at Livingston Academy during the early afternoon last Wednesday. Fortunately, it was a false alarm. The Livingston Fire Department was dispatched to L.A. at approximately 1:15 p.m. Firefighters quickly responded to the scene. Fire Chief Rocky Dial explained that firefighters checked every room in the school. For more on this…

Read More
Local Mechanic Sells Customer’s Vehicle

A mechanic allegedly sold a customer’s vehicle for scrap and was found with methamphetamine a short time later. Ralph Tyler Phy, 27 of Lake Lane in Cookeville, was arrested on Jan. 26 for theft and possession of Schedule II drugs, methamphetamine by Overton County Sheriff’s deputies Christopher Looper and Bobby Farris. For more on this…

Read More
LMS Runner Up In State Tournament

The Livingston Middle School (LMS) boys and girls basketball teams made it to the big dance in the James C. Haile State Invitational Tournament last week, but both squads came up a bit short in the finals. And with an unusual twist, both Livingston teams faced both squads from David Lipscomb in the championship games…

Read More
Tournament Brings Middle School Action To An End

The middle school basketball season came to an end on Saturday, February 3 with the county tournament. The Hilham Lady Tigers and the Allons Lady Hawks played for third place, with Allons winning the game 38-25. The Livingston Tigers and the Rickman Bulldogs also played for third place, and Livingston won the game 33-21. After…

Read More
Man Stopped For Doing 93 mph

Drinking and smoking marijuana before driving isn’t a good idea. An even worse idea is to combine that while driving 93 miles per hour, as one man recently found out. Jerry Arthur Conley, 66, was arrested for DUI 2nd offense, driving on a revoked license and possession of Schedule VI drugs by THP Trooper Mark…

Read More
Wildcats Blowout Dekalb In The Fourth Quarter

The Livingston Academy Wildcats took on Dekalb County on Tuesday night in a tight game with the Wildcats taking the lead early and winning in the end. The Wildcats started off in the lead when Jakob Craig scored a 3 point shot within the first couple minutes of the game. The teams were neck and…

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