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Historic Walking Tour Held

A crowd gathered on a steamy Sunday afternoon, Sept. 24, to learn a little bit of Overton County history on the courthouse square with the Historical Walking Tour. The Historical Walking Tour was an event with some costumed actors and actresses portraying roles of prominent figures in Overton County History. The proceeds of the tour…

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New Commissioners

Two new commissioners were appointed at last week’s county commission meeting to replace two who had resigned. Former commissioners Shaun Hale, left, was appointed, along with former candidate for commissioner Lee Richardson, at right. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston Enterprise on newsstands now, or subscribe online at…

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Airport Fly In Is A Success

With the bright sun shining down, blue skies overhead and just a tease of the autumn weather that is yet to come, folks of all ages headed to Livingston’s Municipal Airport for a chance of a lifetime. On Sept. 9, all were welcomed to the Fly In/ Cruise In at Livingston’s own Municipal Airport from…

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L.A. Anglers Compete In First Ever Dale Hollow Tournament

On Saturday, Sept. 9, 15 teams representing Livingston Academy completed in the first ever high school fishing tournament to be held on Dale Hollow Lake. B.A.S.S has expanded its reach into high school fishing with the creation of four new regional trails, as well as the continuation of the state trail. The North Central Tennessee…

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Wildcats Avenge Loss To Panthers

Sometimes things just go right for a football team. Friday night was one of those nights, as Livingston Academy avenged a 2016 loss to Stone Memorial. After losing by 40 points to the Panthers last year, the Wildcats were looking for some payback Friday night in Crossville. The team got just that with a 37-0…

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Controlled Burn Damages House

The burning of an old building caused a residential home nearby to catch fire in the Rickman community Sunday evening. The fire occurred at a residential home at 146 Hooks Lane. There was an old building that was intentionally burning nearby when one of the walls collapsed and caught the house next door on fire,…

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Obituaries

Obits 4/18/17

Ann Maxwell Turner Ann Maxwell Turner, 83, of Hendersonville and formerly of Hilham, passed away March 21. Funeral services were held March 25 at Hendersonville First United Methodist Church with Rev. Randy Goodman officiating. Interment followed in Woodlawn Memorial Park. She graduated from Livingston Academy in 1951. She was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother and…

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Obits 4/11/17

Mazelle Coffee Mazelle Coffee, 83, of Livingston, passed away April 2 at Livingston Regional Hospital. Funeral services were held April 5 from the chapel of the Livingston Funeral Home with Bro. Cleston Ledbetter officiating. Interment followed in the Coffee Family Cemetery in Livingston. She was born in Overton County on May 30, 1933. She loved…

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Obits 4/4/17

Joseph Copeland Joseph “Joe” Wayne Copeland, 72, of the Alpine community, passed away March 26 at Livingston Regional Hospital. Funeral services were held March 29 from the chapel of Speck Funeral Home in Livingston with Bro. John Copeland and Bro. Cleston Ledbetter officiating. Interment followed in the Copeland Cemetery in the West Fork Community. He…

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Recent News

Historic Walking Tour Held

A crowd gathered on a steamy Sunday afternoon, Sept. 24, to learn a little bit of Overton County history on the courthouse square with the Historical Walking Tour. The Historical Walking Tour was an event with some costumed actors and actresses portraying roles of prominent figures in Overton County History. The proceeds of the tour…

Read More
New Commissioners

Two new commissioners were appointed at last week’s county commission meeting to replace two who had resigned. Former commissioners Shaun Hale, left, was appointed, along with former candidate for commissioner Lee Richardson, at right. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston Enterprise on newsstands now, or subscribe online at…

Read More
Airport Fly In Is A Success

With the bright sun shining down, blue skies overhead and just a tease of the autumn weather that is yet to come, folks of all ages headed to Livingston’s Municipal Airport for a chance of a lifetime. On Sept. 9, all were welcomed to the Fly In/ Cruise In at Livingston’s own Municipal Airport from…

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L.A. Anglers Compete In First Ever Dale Hollow Tournament

On Saturday, Sept. 9, 15 teams representing Livingston Academy completed in the first ever high school fishing tournament to be held on Dale Hollow Lake. B.A.S.S has expanded its reach into high school fishing with the creation of four new regional trails, as well as the continuation of the state trail. The North Central Tennessee…

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Wildcats Avenge Loss To Panthers

Sometimes things just go right for a football team. Friday night was one of those nights, as Livingston Academy avenged a 2016 loss to Stone Memorial. After losing by 40 points to the Panthers last year, the Wildcats were looking for some payback Friday night in Crossville. The team got just that with a 37-0…

Read More
Controlled Burn Damages House

The burning of an old building caused a residential home nearby to catch fire in the Rickman community Sunday evening. The fire occurred at a residential home at 146 Hooks Lane. There was an old building that was intentionally burning nearby when one of the walls collapsed and caught the house next door on fire,…

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