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Board To Consider New GPA

The Overton County Board of Education is considering a proposal which proponents say will give students equal footing when it comes to competing for college scholarships. Livingston Academy counselor Vanessa Farris told the board during a work session last month that using what’s called a weighted GPA to determine grade point averages would be better…

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Pinwheels For Prevention

If you’ve passed through the Livingston square recently, you may have noticed colorful pinwheels at the fountain area at the library. April is Child Abuse Awareness Month, and pinwheels have been placed at the fountain as a reminder to be aware of child abuse. For more stories like this, pick up a copy of this…

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Daffodil Project Teaches Lessons

How can planting a flower help you succeed in life? That’s what students at Rickman Elementary School have been learning about for the past few weeks. “In early February, I began a hands-on teaching project with my students primarily about daffodils,” said Dr. Donnie Holman, the principal of the school. “Along with this, we studied…

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Advocates Appointed

Judge Daryl Colson swears in new advocates Matt and Tim Troyer in the Court Appointed Special Advocate program. They joined the program recently, along with Dolly Gearing and Carly Chandler. 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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Now Open

A ribbon cutting was held last week in Livingston for a new business on Church Street. The Food Dude offers home cooking, daily specials and free local delivery. Their phone number is 397-3414 and the website is fooddudeconcessions.com. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston Enterprise on newsstands now,…

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Oakley Farm Donated To TTU

A gift by university supporters Millard and J.J. Oakley has increased the size of Tennessee Tech’s campus by 1,400 acres. The Oakleys have donated a large portion of their farm, located in Overton County, along with the livestock and equipment on the property, to Tech – a donation valued at more than $9 million. For…

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Obituaries

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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Jackson Co. Sentinel 3-3-15

Lisa Marie Freeman Mayberry Homemaker Lisa Marie Freeman Mayberry, 47, passed away Feb. 22 at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. Funeral services were held Feb. 25 at Anderson-Upper Cumberland Funeral Home with Bro. Jim Phillips officiating. Interment followed at Phillips Cemetery. Lisa Marie Freeman Mayberry was born April 20, 1967 in Cookeville, Tenn. She was a…

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Enterprise 3-3-15

Janie Elizabeth Stonecipher Stephens Office Manager Janie Elizabeth Stonecipher Stephens, 93, of Livingston, passed away Feb. 23 at NHC Healthcare in Cookeville. Funeral services were held at First Christian Church in Livingston with Rev. Dee Wells and Rev. David Moore officiating. Interment followed in Cookeville City Cemetery, and Speck Funeral Home of Livingston was in…

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Recent News

Board To Consider New GPA

The Overton County Board of Education is considering a proposal which proponents say will give students equal footing when it comes to competing for college scholarships. Livingston Academy counselor Vanessa Farris told the board during a work session last month that using what’s called a weighted GPA to determine grade point averages would be better…

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Pinwheels For Prevention

If you’ve passed through the Livingston square recently, you may have noticed colorful pinwheels at the fountain area at the library. April is Child Abuse Awareness Month, and pinwheels have been placed at the fountain as a reminder to be aware of child abuse. For more stories like this, pick up a copy of this…

Read More
Daffodil Project Teaches Lessons

How can planting a flower help you succeed in life? That’s what students at Rickman Elementary School have been learning about for the past few weeks. “In early February, I began a hands-on teaching project with my students primarily about daffodils,” said Dr. Donnie Holman, the principal of the school. “Along with this, we studied…

Read More
Advocates Appointed

Judge Daryl Colson swears in new advocates Matt and Tim Troyer in the Court Appointed Special Advocate program. They joined the program recently, along with Dolly Gearing and Carly Chandler. 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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Now Open

A ribbon cutting was held last week in Livingston for a new business on Church Street. The Food Dude offers home cooking, daily specials and free local delivery. Their phone number is 397-3414 and the website is fooddudeconcessions.com. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston Enterprise on newsstands now,…

Read More
Oakley Farm Donated To TTU

A gift by university supporters Millard and J.J. Oakley has increased the size of Tennessee Tech’s campus by 1,400 acres. The Oakleys have donated a large portion of their farm, located in Overton County, along with the livestock and equipment on the property, to Tech – a donation valued at more than $9 million. For…

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