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Nursing Home Continues Expansion Plans

Another step toward the ground breaking on the expansion of the nursing home should be happening soon, according to officials. “By the end of the month they should have the design and development phase complete,” said Board Administrator Jennifer Bouldin. Bouldin told the board the news at last week’s regular meeting at the Overton County…

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Sheriff’s Dept. Makes Drug Discovery

Last Monday afternoon, the Overton County Sheriff’s Department, with cooperation from the Governor’s Taskforce Marijuana Eradication Team, which is made up of TBI agents, ABC agents and DEA agents along with others, took to the skies in a helicopter high above Overton County. According to Overton County Sheriff John Garrett, what they spotted from the…

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Fee Changes May Soon Be Coming To Central Park

If you are looking to share your talent with the world under the hot lights of the Rotary Main Stage at Livingston’s Central Park, you may soon have a new fee structure under which you can do so. Livingston Mayor Curtis Hayes said the board of aldermen would look into a new fee structure for…

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Speed Limit Changes Will Soon Be Taking Effect

According Chief Deputy Tim Poore, the Overton County Judicial Commissioners are doing good work, and if you are traveling on certain back roads around the county, you will have to slow down very soon. Chief Deputy Poore was on hand for the county public safety committee meeting Tuesday evening to specifically speak on the progress…

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Sheriff’s Department To See Pay Increases

Last Tuesday evening, the Overton County Salary Committee reviewed the new pay scale for the Overton County Sheriff’s Department, As of July 1, the average pay of an employee within the Overton County Sheriff’s department increased from where it was at this time last month. The board said the pay scale inches them closer to…

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School System Is Looking At H.R. Person

In order to properly vet and protect employees, a business needs a properly trained, well-established human resources representative. That is exactly the discussion the school board had on July 11 when they opened the work session prior to the school board meeting that evening. “I’ve brought it up in the past and thought it would…

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Obituaries

Enterprise Obits 2-14-17

Clara Mae Ledbetter Homemaker Clara Mae Walker Ledbetter, 76, of Livingston, passed away Feb. 4 at the Overton County Health and Rehab Center in Livingston. Funeral services were held Feb. 7 from the chapel of Hall Funeral Home of Livingston with Bro. Cleston Ledbetter officiating. Interment followed in the Falling Springs Cemetery. She was born…

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Enterprise Obituaries 1-31-17

Evelyn Jo Handy Nurse Evelyn Jo (Hayes) Handy 65, wife of Billy D. Handy of Sparta, passed on Tuesday, Jan. 24, at Livingston Regional Hospital. Born on July 25, 1951, in Campton, Ky, she was the daughter of Richard M. Hayes and Jessie Mae (Burks) Stubblefield. Mrs. Handy attended school in Vandalia, Ohio, and then…

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Enterprise Obits 1-24-17

Michael Glen Breeding Michael Glen Breeding, 60, of Livingston, passed away Jan. 4 at the Livingston Regional Hospital. A memorial service will be announced at a later date. The family has chosen cremation at his request. He was born in Livingston on Jan. 28, 1956. He was a Sergeant in the Army, made a career…

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Recent News

Nursing Home Continues Expansion Plans

Another step toward the ground breaking on the expansion of the nursing home should be happening soon, according to officials. “By the end of the month they should have the design and development phase complete,” said Board Administrator Jennifer Bouldin. Bouldin told the board the news at last week’s regular meeting at the Overton County…

Read More
Sheriff’s Dept. Makes Drug Discovery

Last Monday afternoon, the Overton County Sheriff’s Department, with cooperation from the Governor’s Taskforce Marijuana Eradication Team, which is made up of TBI agents, ABC agents and DEA agents along with others, took to the skies in a helicopter high above Overton County. According to Overton County Sheriff John Garrett, what they spotted from the…

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Fee Changes May Soon Be Coming To Central Park

If you are looking to share your talent with the world under the hot lights of the Rotary Main Stage at Livingston’s Central Park, you may soon have a new fee structure under which you can do so. Livingston Mayor Curtis Hayes said the board of aldermen would look into a new fee structure for…

Read More
Speed Limit Changes Will Soon Be Taking Effect

According Chief Deputy Tim Poore, the Overton County Judicial Commissioners are doing good work, and if you are traveling on certain back roads around the county, you will have to slow down very soon. Chief Deputy Poore was on hand for the county public safety committee meeting Tuesday evening to specifically speak on the progress…

Read More
Sheriff’s Department To See Pay Increases

Last Tuesday evening, the Overton County Salary Committee reviewed the new pay scale for the Overton County Sheriff’s Department, As of July 1, the average pay of an employee within the Overton County Sheriff’s department increased from where it was at this time last month. The board said the pay scale inches them closer to…

Read More
School System Is Looking At H.R. Person

In order to properly vet and protect employees, a business needs a properly trained, well-established human resources representative. That is exactly the discussion the school board had on July 11 when they opened the work session prior to the school board meeting that evening. “I’ve brought it up in the past and thought it would…

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