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Rickman Highway Wreck Snarls Traffic

A driver ran off the right side of the road on Rickman Highway Thursday afternoon and ran into a light pole, almost knocking it down. Adam Abston, 57, of Livingston, was driving south on Rickman Highway when he ran off the right side of the road and into a ditch. His white Chevy pickup truck…

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Jr. Wildcats Move To 2-0

A new head coach and new faces in the line up have not changed the Overton County Jr. Wildcats’ winning ways, as the team moved to 2-0 on the young season with a victory last Thursday. The squad, coming off of last year’s success that saw the team make it to the championship game, has…

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Drunk Driving Enforcement To Step Up For Labor Day

The end of summer is traditionally marked by the Labor Day holiday, a time for our country to reflect on the hard work of our fellow Americans. The long weekend is typically celebrated through picnics, pool parties and barbeques, as families and friends enjoy the last few days of summer before fall and winter approach.…

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Speed Limit Changes Coming For Three Roads

During the safety committee meeting last week it was approved to change the speed limits on Roaring River, Moore and Anderson roads. Roaring River road’s new speed limit is now 15 mph, Moore road is now 25 mph and Anderson road is now 35 mph. “They’re flying on these county roads and there’s no reason…

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Wildcats Open The Season With A Win

During the football game August 18 at Sparta, the L.A. Wildcats slayed the Sparta Warriors The Wildcats came ready to start their season off with a win. They were determined to play their hardest during the whole game. The score of 35-0 can show how well they played. The Wildcats scored early in the game…

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Holman In Running For Statewide Honor

They are usually the first ones in the school building in the morning and the last ones to leave at night. They oversee all of the children who walk through their doors. Each day they have to play good cop and bad cop and try to be tough but fair. This can be both a…

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Obituaries

Jackson Co. Sentinel 11-3-15

Roy Eugene Wilson Sr. Retired Roy Eugene Wilson Sr., 83, passed away Oct. 25 at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. Funeral services were held Oct. 31 at Jefferson Avenue Church of Christ with Bro. John Nichols officiating. Crest Lawn Funeral Home-Cremation Center was in charge of arrangements. Interment followed at Crest Lawn Memorial Cemetery. Roy Eugene…

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Jackson Co. Sentinel 10-27-15

Bonnie Gene Burton Farmer Lifelong Jackson County farmer Mr. Bonnie Gene Burton of the Gladdice Community died at the age of 84 at 1:40 p.m. Monday afternoon October 19, 2015 at the Riverview Regional Medical Center in Carthage where he was admitted Sunday, Oct. 11 being cared for with cancer. Funeral services were conducted from…

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Citizen Statesman 10-27-15

Marianne Emma Chencharick Nurse Marianne Emma Chencharick, 68 of Cookeville, passed away Oct. 13 in Nashville. Funeral services were held Oct. 24 at the Heavenly Host Lutheran Church in Cookeville. Marianne Emma Chencharick was born May 10, 1947 in Marburg, Germany. She worked as a registered nurse for over 30 years. Her hobbies included painting…

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Recent News

Rickman Highway Wreck Snarls Traffic

A driver ran off the right side of the road on Rickman Highway Thursday afternoon and ran into a light pole, almost knocking it down. Adam Abston, 57, of Livingston, was driving south on Rickman Highway when he ran off the right side of the road and into a ditch. His white Chevy pickup truck…

Read More
Jr. Wildcats Move To 2-0

A new head coach and new faces in the line up have not changed the Overton County Jr. Wildcats’ winning ways, as the team moved to 2-0 on the young season with a victory last Thursday. The squad, coming off of last year’s success that saw the team make it to the championship game, has…

Read More
Drunk Driving Enforcement To Step Up For Labor Day

The end of summer is traditionally marked by the Labor Day holiday, a time for our country to reflect on the hard work of our fellow Americans. The long weekend is typically celebrated through picnics, pool parties and barbeques, as families and friends enjoy the last few days of summer before fall and winter approach.…

Read More
Speed Limit Changes Coming For Three Roads

During the safety committee meeting last week it was approved to change the speed limits on Roaring River, Moore and Anderson roads. Roaring River road’s new speed limit is now 15 mph, Moore road is now 25 mph and Anderson road is now 35 mph. “They’re flying on these county roads and there’s no reason…

Read More
Wildcats Open The Season With A Win

During the football game August 18 at Sparta, the L.A. Wildcats slayed the Sparta Warriors The Wildcats came ready to start their season off with a win. They were determined to play their hardest during the whole game. The score of 35-0 can show how well they played. The Wildcats scored early in the game…

Read More
Holman In Running For Statewide Honor

They are usually the first ones in the school building in the morning and the last ones to leave at night. They oversee all of the children who walk through their doors. Each day they have to play good cop and bad cop and try to be tough but fair. This can be both a…

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