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A.H. Roberts Elementary School Science Fair Winners

The winners at a recent Science Fair held at A.H. Roberts Elementary School included, in grades 4-6 for biological projects, 1st place – Masey Gaw; 2nd place – Ella Sullivan; 3rd place – Braiden Mathis; and 4th place – Cole Hammock. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston Enterprise…

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Commission To Consider $4 Million Nursing Home Plan

The board of the Overton County Health and Rehab Center has voted unanimously to send a proposed $4 million project to upgrade the nursing home to the county commission for consideration of funding. The vote came at last week’s board meeting, held just a couple of weeks after a work session with commissioners. “I think…

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Science Fair A Big Success

Overton County students did well when Tennessee Tech University and the Oakley STEM Center hosted the 62nd Annual Cumberland Plateau Regional Science and Engineering Fair recently. Students in grades nine through 12 in public and homeschool settings from 16 counties in Middle Tennessee were invited to enter projects in four categories: biological sciences, physical sciences,…

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Sheriff Proposes Change In Duties

With the recent departure of the person who was doing the job, Overton County Sheriff John Garrett is proposing to change the way the job of Jail Administrator is handled by his department. Garrett told the county’s Safety Committee that former Jail Administrator Erin Bullard left the position this month to take another job. He…

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County Discusses Sign Thefts

Overton County officials are discussing the possibility of installing cameras at random locations around the county in an attempt to catch thieves who have been stealing road signs. “We can’t keep no signs up,” Commissioner Darwin Clark, who works for the county road department, told the Highway and Property Committee last week. “We’re going to…

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Eagle Cam Contest Winner

Twin Lakes hosted a “Name the Eagles” coloring contest with local K-8 schools, and the top three winners of the coloring contest received $25 gift cards. Presenting first place to 8th grade Rickman Elementary student Zoey Budzilek is Twin Lakes Marketing and PR Manager, Lea Ann Gore. The Eagles have been named “Obey” (male) and…

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Obituaries

Jackson Co. Sentinel 3-10-15

Jimmy Stone Retired Truck Driver Jimmy Stone, 70, passed away March 1 at his residence. Funeral services were held March 3 at Anderson-Upper Cumberland Funeral Home with Bro. Jimmy Anderson officiating. Interment followed at Cubb Creek Cemetery. Jimmy Stone was born Jan. 13, 1945, in Jackson County, Tenn. He was a retired truck driver. He…

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Citizen Statesman 3-10-15

Stacey Wayne Browning Business Owner Stacey Wayne Browning, 45 of the Leonard Community, passed away March 2 at the Monroe County Medical Center. Funeral services were held March 6 from the chapel of the Anderson & Son Funeral Home with Roy Henson, Gary Wilder and Shane Smith officiating. Interment followed in the Stacey Browning Cemetery.…

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Citizen Statesman 3-3-15

David S. “Snuffy” Anderson Farmer David S. Anderson, 57 of Portland, passed away Feb. 21. Funeral services were held Feb. 25 from the chapel of the Hall Funeral Home with Bro Shane Lame and Bro. Robin Meadows officiating. Interment followed in the Moore Cemetery. David S. Anderson was born Aug. 6, 1957 in Clay County.…

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Recent News

A.H. Roberts Elementary School Science Fair Winners

The winners at a recent Science Fair held at A.H. Roberts Elementary School included, in grades 4-6 for biological projects, 1st place – Masey Gaw; 2nd place – Ella Sullivan; 3rd place – Braiden Mathis; and 4th place – Cole Hammock. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston Enterprise…

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Commission To Consider $4 Million Nursing Home Plan

The board of the Overton County Health and Rehab Center has voted unanimously to send a proposed $4 million project to upgrade the nursing home to the county commission for consideration of funding. The vote came at last week’s board meeting, held just a couple of weeks after a work session with commissioners. “I think…

Read More
Science Fair A Big Success

Overton County students did well when Tennessee Tech University and the Oakley STEM Center hosted the 62nd Annual Cumberland Plateau Regional Science and Engineering Fair recently. Students in grades nine through 12 in public and homeschool settings from 16 counties in Middle Tennessee were invited to enter projects in four categories: biological sciences, physical sciences,…

Read More
Sheriff Proposes Change In Duties

With the recent departure of the person who was doing the job, Overton County Sheriff John Garrett is proposing to change the way the job of Jail Administrator is handled by his department. Garrett told the county’s Safety Committee that former Jail Administrator Erin Bullard left the position this month to take another job. He…

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County Discusses Sign Thefts

Overton County officials are discussing the possibility of installing cameras at random locations around the county in an attempt to catch thieves who have been stealing road signs. “We can’t keep no signs up,” Commissioner Darwin Clark, who works for the county road department, told the Highway and Property Committee last week. “We’re going to…

Read More
Eagle Cam Contest Winner

Twin Lakes hosted a “Name the Eagles” coloring contest with local K-8 schools, and the top three winners of the coloring contest received $25 gift cards. Presenting first place to 8th grade Rickman Elementary student Zoey Budzilek is Twin Lakes Marketing and PR Manager, Lea Ann Gore. The Eagles have been named “Obey” (male) and…

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