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Board Of Health Yearly Meeting

Pictured are, from left, front row : Rebecca Vaughn, MS, Overton County Health Department; Debbie Johnson, Department of Health Regional Director; Christy Collins, Overton County Health Department; Leslie Holland, RN; Vickie Eldridge, Assistant Director of Schools; back row, from left: Megan Reeder, RN, CLC, Overton County Health Department; Dr. George Ivey M.D.; Rob Richardson PharmD., R&M Family Pharmacy; Ben Danner,…

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Campground Road Wreck…

Friday afternoon, Jeff Boles was heading west on Campground Road in Overton County when his vehicle slipped off the right side of the road causing him to overcorrect and skid his vehicle across the two-lane road, through a fence and into the yard of property owned by Shirley Dillon. He then headed west on foot.…

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Livingston Academy Anglers Compete At SAF World Finals

Three teams from Livingston Academy traveled to Florence, Alabama on June 24 to begin open practice on Pick Wick Lake for the Student Angler Federation High School World Finals. In this tournament $170,000 in prizes and scholarships would be awarded, two $24,000 scholarships to Bethel University, two $20,000 scholarships to Bacone College (with the addition…

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Dog Ordinance For Parks Still In Works

If you are eagerly awaiting the approval of an ordinance banning dogs from all city parks, you will have to wait just a little while longer following last Monday’s Mayor and Board of Aldermen meeting. During a public hearing before the regular meeting, the Board re-heard an ordinance regarding dogs at the city parks that…

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Central Park Continues To Be Cool…

Lucas Houser dared fate by heading down the slide head first last Thursday afternoon at Central Park in Livingston. Central Park continues to be a cool hangout for residents and visitors alike, with its fountains, field and play areas and no charge for admission. For more of this story, pick up a copy of this…

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Livingston Sign Ordinance Called Illegal

The Livingston Board Of Zoning Appeals (BZA) heard another appeal from Roland Advertising last Tuesday night in regards to a variance on a sign the company wants to place within the city limits. The board denied the variance. According to officials, the size of all off site signs, in all zoning districts, can be no…

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Obituaries

Jackson Co. Sentinel 9-8-15

Sherry Darlene Henson Davidson Nurse Sherry Darlene Henson Davidson, 46, passed away Aug. 26 at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. Funeral services were held Aug. 30 at Anderson-Upper Cumberland Funeral Home with Bro. Steve Qualls officiating. Interment followed at Hurricane Cemetery. Sherry Darlene Henson Davidson was born Feb. 12, 1969 in Madison, Tenn. She was a…

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Citizen Statesman 9-8-15

Wilbur Ross Comer Mechanic Wilbur Ross Comer, 67, of Gamaliel, passed away May 26 at the Monroe County Medical Center. Funeral services were conducted at Strode Funeral Home with David Hurst officiating. Interment followed in the Isenberg Cemetery. Wilbur Ross Comer was born Aug. 10, 1947 in the Emberton Community of Monroe County. He was…

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Enterprise 9-8-15

Judy Cariol Fletcher Cole Judy Cariol Fletcher Cole passed away Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2015 at home with her husband Freddie Cole at her side. Judy was born June 26, 1946 in Overton County to Doak and Emogene Carter Fletcher the first of six children. Judy was preceeded in death by three sons Charles Allen, Russell…

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Recent News

Board Of Health Yearly Meeting

Pictured are, from left, front row : Rebecca Vaughn, MS, Overton County Health Department; Debbie Johnson, Department of Health Regional Director; Christy Collins, Overton County Health Department; Leslie Holland, RN; Vickie Eldridge, Assistant Director of Schools; back row, from left: Megan Reeder, RN, CLC, Overton County Health Department; Dr. George Ivey M.D.; Rob Richardson PharmD., R&M Family Pharmacy; Ben Danner,…

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Campground Road Wreck…

Friday afternoon, Jeff Boles was heading west on Campground Road in Overton County when his vehicle slipped off the right side of the road causing him to overcorrect and skid his vehicle across the two-lane road, through a fence and into the yard of property owned by Shirley Dillon. He then headed west on foot.…

Read More
Livingston Academy Anglers Compete At SAF World Finals

Three teams from Livingston Academy traveled to Florence, Alabama on June 24 to begin open practice on Pick Wick Lake for the Student Angler Federation High School World Finals. In this tournament $170,000 in prizes and scholarships would be awarded, two $24,000 scholarships to Bethel University, two $20,000 scholarships to Bacone College (with the addition…

Read More
Dog Ordinance For Parks Still In Works

If you are eagerly awaiting the approval of an ordinance banning dogs from all city parks, you will have to wait just a little while longer following last Monday’s Mayor and Board of Aldermen meeting. During a public hearing before the regular meeting, the Board re-heard an ordinance regarding dogs at the city parks that…

Read More
Central Park Continues To Be Cool…

Lucas Houser dared fate by heading down the slide head first last Thursday afternoon at Central Park in Livingston. Central Park continues to be a cool hangout for residents and visitors alike, with its fountains, field and play areas and no charge for admission. For more of this story, pick up a copy of this…

Read More
Livingston Sign Ordinance Called Illegal

The Livingston Board Of Zoning Appeals (BZA) heard another appeal from Roland Advertising last Tuesday night in regards to a variance on a sign the company wants to place within the city limits. The board denied the variance. According to officials, the size of all off site signs, in all zoning districts, can be no…

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