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Oil Equipment Bids Approved

The Overton County Budget Committee spent much of last Thursday evening meeting to discuss what to do with the $140,000 used oil grant money the county received. The grant, which was the second largest oil grant in the state just behind White County who received around $200,000, was granted for the purpose of putting new…

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Prom Royalty…

This year’s prom king and queen went to seniors Dylan McDonald and Halie White. Students enjoyed the junior and senior prom Saturday night held at the Clark House. For more stories like this, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston Enterprise on newsstands now, or subscribe online at livingstonenterprise.net.

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Prayer Not Quite On The Square

A group of non-denominational believers gathered at the courthouse after the planned “Prayer On The Square” was moved due to inclement weather. The group gathered in honor of National Day of Prayer. For more stories like this, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston Enterprise on newsstands now, or subscribe online at livingstonenterprise.net.

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Two Arrested With 44 Pounds Of Pot

Tennessee Highway Patrol and Clay County law enforcement got more than they bargained for recently during a sobriety checkpoint. On April 28 beginning at 9:30 p.m., a sobriety checkpoint was held in Clay County. The site was on State Route 53 at West Old State Route 53. Tennessee Highway Patrol Troop E personnel participating in…

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Man Charged In Arson Case

A joint investigation has resulted in an indictment for an Overton County man in connection to an ongoing arson case in Pickett County. On Dec. 19, at the request of 13th District Attorney General Bryant Dunaway, TBI Special Agents joined investigators from Tennessee Fire Investigative Services and the Pickett County Sheriff’s Office in the investigation…

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Former Inmate Sues County For $1.5 Million

Overton County officials are having to answer to a lawsuit filed against the county by a former prisoner at the jail, a lawsuit that is asking for $1.5 million in damages. John Lucas White, who was incarcerated at the jail from April 21, 2016 until May 4, 2016, is the plaintiff in the case, which…

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Obituaries

Enterprise 5-12-15

Dorothy Ann Gaw Factory Worker Dorothy Ann Gaw, 73, of Rickman, passed away May 2 at Skyline Medical Center in Nashville. Funeral services were held May 5 from Oak Hill United Methodist Church with Bro. Chris Sparkman officiating and Speck Funeral Home of Livingston in charge of the arrangements. Interment followed in Oak Hill Cemetery…

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Citizen Statesman 5-5-15

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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Jackson Co. Sentinel 5-5-15

Pauline O. Haney Beautician Pauline O. Haney, 70, passed away April 25. Funeral services were held April 27 at Anderson-Upper Cumberland Funeral Home with Bro. Doyle Wilmoth officiating. Interment followed at Young Cemetery. Pallbearers were Ed Haney, Ike Haney, Luke Haney, Tyler Haney, Mike Allen and Steve Allen. Pauline O. Haney was born June 20,…

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Recent News

Oil Equipment Bids Approved

The Overton County Budget Committee spent much of last Thursday evening meeting to discuss what to do with the $140,000 used oil grant money the county received. The grant, which was the second largest oil grant in the state just behind White County who received around $200,000, was granted for the purpose of putting new…

Read More
Prom Royalty…

This year’s prom king and queen went to seniors Dylan McDonald and Halie White. Students enjoyed the junior and senior prom Saturday night held at the Clark House. For more stories like this, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston Enterprise on newsstands now, or subscribe online at livingstonenterprise.net.

Read More
Prayer Not Quite On The Square

A group of non-denominational believers gathered at the courthouse after the planned “Prayer On The Square” was moved due to inclement weather. The group gathered in honor of National Day of Prayer. For more stories like this, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston Enterprise on newsstands now, or subscribe online at livingstonenterprise.net.

Read More
Two Arrested With 44 Pounds Of Pot

Tennessee Highway Patrol and Clay County law enforcement got more than they bargained for recently during a sobriety checkpoint. On April 28 beginning at 9:30 p.m., a sobriety checkpoint was held in Clay County. The site was on State Route 53 at West Old State Route 53. Tennessee Highway Patrol Troop E personnel participating in…

Read More
Man Charged In Arson Case

A joint investigation has resulted in an indictment for an Overton County man in connection to an ongoing arson case in Pickett County. On Dec. 19, at the request of 13th District Attorney General Bryant Dunaway, TBI Special Agents joined investigators from Tennessee Fire Investigative Services and the Pickett County Sheriff’s Office in the investigation…

Read More
Former Inmate Sues County For $1.5 Million

Overton County officials are having to answer to a lawsuit filed against the county by a former prisoner at the jail, a lawsuit that is asking for $1.5 million in damages. John Lucas White, who was incarcerated at the jail from April 21, 2016 until May 4, 2016, is the plaintiff in the case, which…

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