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School Board Discusses School Security

After hearing from several school principals about the issue, members of the Overton County Board of Education are taking steps to improve security in the schools with the addition of newer camera and recording technology. The board discussed the issue at a work session last week. “When we initially bid out to try to update…

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Heart Of A Gypsy Opens

City and county officials gathered for a ribbon cutting ceremony at Heart of a Gypsy Boutique. Ashton Penley runs the clothing and jewelry boutique at 200 W. Broad St., Suite C in Livingston. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston Enterprise on newsstands now, or subscribe online at livingstonenterprise.net.

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Traffic Stops Lead To Drug Arrests

Two routine traffic stops by Overton County sheriff’s deputies have led to drug charges being brought against two individuals. The first incident occurred on Friday when Deputy Jon Frazier observed a Dodge Dakota leaving the Dollar General in Rickman and recognized the driver as David Allen Cope, 44, of Livingston. A records check showed that…

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Road Blocked

A commercial truck blocks the road after rolling over and spilling its load Monday morning near the intersection of School Mountain Road and the bypass. Officials say no one was injured.  A full report was not available as of press time. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston Enterprise…

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County Approves Properties For Sale

Overton County will soon be selling two properties that the county acquired because the owners failed to pay property taxes – including one piece of land in Livingston that the former owner was apparently using as a rental property. County Executive Ben Danner said the properties in question include a two-acre parcel between Right Road…

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Arbor Day Is Celebrated

Officials with Livingston Regional Hospital, the Livingston Tree Board and the Tennessee Division of Forestry were among those who joined Mayor Curtis Hayes on Friday to celebrate Arbor Day in the city. Hayes signed a proclamation at LRH before joining A.H. Roberts Elementary School students Lauren Dorminey, Abby King, SaraAnn Smith and Masey Gaw in…

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Obituaries

Jackson Co. Sentinel 5-26-15

Robert C. Apple Farmer Robert C. Apple, 80, passed away May 18 at NHC Healthcare Center in Cookeville. Funeral services were held May 20 at Anderson-Upper Cumberland Funeral Home with Bro. Randy Bybee officiating. Interment followed at John L. Clark Memorial Cemetery. Robert C. Apple was born Sept. 20, 1934 in Jackson County. He was…

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Citizen Statesman 5-19-15

Kelly Harold Boles Truck Driver Kelly Harold Boles, 48, of Celina, passed away April 23 at his residence. Funeral services and interment were held May 2 at McDonald Cemetery with Bro. Kenny Westmoreland officiating. Kelly Harold Boles was born May 7, 1966, in Jackson County. He was a self employed truck driver and affiliated with…

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Enterprise 5-19-15

Celia Genevia Hammock Shearl Celia Genevia Hammock Shearl, 88, of Livingston, passed away May 8 at Livingston Regional Hospital. Funeral services were held May 11 from the chapel of Hall Funeral Home with Bro. Danny Simpson officiating. Interment followed in Oak Hill Cemetery in Rickman. She was born April 26, 1927, in Burkesville, Ky. She…

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Recent News

School Board Discusses School Security

After hearing from several school principals about the issue, members of the Overton County Board of Education are taking steps to improve security in the schools with the addition of newer camera and recording technology. The board discussed the issue at a work session last week. “When we initially bid out to try to update…

Read More
Heart Of A Gypsy Opens

City and county officials gathered for a ribbon cutting ceremony at Heart of a Gypsy Boutique. Ashton Penley runs the clothing and jewelry boutique at 200 W. Broad St., Suite C in Livingston. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston Enterprise on newsstands now, or subscribe online at livingstonenterprise.net.

Read More
Traffic Stops Lead To Drug Arrests

Two routine traffic stops by Overton County sheriff’s deputies have led to drug charges being brought against two individuals. The first incident occurred on Friday when Deputy Jon Frazier observed a Dodge Dakota leaving the Dollar General in Rickman and recognized the driver as David Allen Cope, 44, of Livingston. A records check showed that…

Read More
Road Blocked

A commercial truck blocks the road after rolling over and spilling its load Monday morning near the intersection of School Mountain Road and the bypass. Officials say no one was injured.  A full report was not available as of press time. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston Enterprise…

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County Approves Properties For Sale

Overton County will soon be selling two properties that the county acquired because the owners failed to pay property taxes – including one piece of land in Livingston that the former owner was apparently using as a rental property. County Executive Ben Danner said the properties in question include a two-acre parcel between Right Road…

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Arbor Day Is Celebrated

Officials with Livingston Regional Hospital, the Livingston Tree Board and the Tennessee Division of Forestry were among those who joined Mayor Curtis Hayes on Friday to celebrate Arbor Day in the city. Hayes signed a proclamation at LRH before joining A.H. Roberts Elementary School students Lauren Dorminey, Abby King, SaraAnn Smith and Masey Gaw in…

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