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Happily Ever After

Ronald L Noell and Brandee R McKinney were married on June 9 at 3 p.m. It was the first wedding to take place at Livingston Central Park. Mayor Curtis Hayes officiated the ceremony. For more stories like this one, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston Enterprise on newsstands now, or subscribe online at…

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Twin Lakes Provides Free Wi-Fi At Events

Twin Lakes is proud to announce their partnership with local communities to provide free Wi-Fi internet access throughout the year for community events. We appreciate the cooperation and collaboration of the city and county officials on the designated public venues for this service. For more stories like this one, pick up a copy of this…

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Allred Memorialized In D.C.

It has been a year since Overton County lost one of its peacekeepers. But, the memory of Sean Allred will never be washed away from the hearts and minds of those men and women who worked with him. And, his name will never be washed away from the stone wall where it is now emblazoned…

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Fire Considered Arson Quickly Engulfs Residence On Windle St.

Saturday afternoon at approximately 1 p.m., the Livingston Fire Department (LFD) was called to a fire at a residence on 211 Windle St. in Livingston. The fire gutted the home with structural damage in almost every part of the structure. At approximately 1:45 p.m. calls for manpower were made. Along with LFD, firefighters from Hilham,…

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Following Rules and Regulations at The New Central Park

The Livingston Police Department would like to take this opportunity to remind those attending the new Central Park that we need to all pitch in together to keep the park clean and make it a family environment for all of our citizens to enjoy. As you know, the park opened up just a couple of…

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Live In Livingston

Jordan Hull performed Saturday night at the first concert of Livingston Central Park’s summer concert series.  Touring on his third album, “Somewhere Is The Place To Be,” along with local openers Tommy Lee and Jerry Price. Hull brought to Livingston music which has been described as “fresh and endearing” by Knoxville News and his most current…

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Obituaries

Enterprise 8-18-15

Eudean McDonald Eudean McDonald, 82, of Rickman passed away Aug. 10 at the Upper Cumberland Hospice in Cookeville. Funeral services were conducted Aug. 13 from the chapel of Hall Funeral Home of Livingston with Bro. Dwight Henry officiating. Interment followed in the Good Hope Cemetery in Overton County. She was born June 18, 1933 in…

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Jackson Co. Sentinel 8-18-15

Joy Brown Joy Brown, of Gainesboro, passed away Saturday afternoon, August 8, at her home in Gainesboro. Born Elizabeth Joy Gailbreath, in Gainesboro, on December 4, 1914, she was the second of four children of George Bain Gailbreath and Dixie Hampton Gailbreath. For most of her 100 years she resided in the same house in Gainesboro. She…

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Enterprise 8-11-15

Edgar Fay Robbins Truck Driver Edgar Fay Robbins, 75, of Alpine passed away July 26 at his residence. Funeral services were held July 30 at Livingston Funeral Home with Bro. Eric Dillon. Interment followed in Bolestown Cemetery. He was born Feb. 1, 1940 in the Bethsaida Community of Overton County. He was preceded in death…

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Recent News

Happily Ever After

Ronald L Noell and Brandee R McKinney were married on June 9 at 3 p.m. It was the first wedding to take place at Livingston Central Park. Mayor Curtis Hayes officiated the ceremony. For more stories like this one, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston Enterprise on newsstands now, or subscribe online at…

Read More
Twin Lakes Provides Free Wi-Fi At Events

Twin Lakes is proud to announce their partnership with local communities to provide free Wi-Fi internet access throughout the year for community events. We appreciate the cooperation and collaboration of the city and county officials on the designated public venues for this service. For more stories like this one, pick up a copy of this…

Read More
Allred Memorialized In D.C.

It has been a year since Overton County lost one of its peacekeepers. But, the memory of Sean Allred will never be washed away from the hearts and minds of those men and women who worked with him. And, his name will never be washed away from the stone wall where it is now emblazoned…

Read More
Fire Considered Arson Quickly Engulfs Residence On Windle St.

Saturday afternoon at approximately 1 p.m., the Livingston Fire Department (LFD) was called to a fire at a residence on 211 Windle St. in Livingston. The fire gutted the home with structural damage in almost every part of the structure. At approximately 1:45 p.m. calls for manpower were made. Along with LFD, firefighters from Hilham,…

Read More
Following Rules and Regulations at The New Central Park

The Livingston Police Department would like to take this opportunity to remind those attending the new Central Park that we need to all pitch in together to keep the park clean and make it a family environment for all of our citizens to enjoy. As you know, the park opened up just a couple of…

Read More
Live In Livingston

Jordan Hull performed Saturday night at the first concert of Livingston Central Park’s summer concert series.  Touring on his third album, “Somewhere Is The Place To Be,” along with local openers Tommy Lee and Jerry Price. Hull brought to Livingston music which has been described as “fresh and endearing” by Knoxville News and his most current…

Read More

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