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Man Injured In One-Car Wreck On Hwy. 293

A Cookeville man lost control of a vehicle on Highway 293 early last Friday morning, which resulted in him being injured. According to a preliminary report from the Tennessee Highway Patrol, Jeffrey D. Auberson, 47, of Cookeville was traveling west in Tommy Dodson Highway in a 2005 Chevy Impala. For more on this story, pick…

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Pay Rate For Election Workers Will Increase

The Overton County Salary Committee met last Wednesday and discussed the pay for election workers. It was recommended to raise the pay to $10 per hour. County Executive Ben Danner said, “We made everyone $10 in the county, we just thought it needed to be raised. It is hard enough to find anyone that will…

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Same Drug Charges; Different Sentences

Two Overton County women pled guilty to the same drug charges in the last Overton County Criminal Court session. Although the pleas were the same, punishments varied. Both women were charged with the sale and delivery of a Schedule III Controlled Substances. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston…

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School Board Meets On New Stadium Plans

The Board of Education’s Building Committee met with the architects and engineers from Cope Architecture and TTL Engineering last night in a special called meeting to address concerns moving forward with the new football field project. As previously reported in the Enterprise, the initial approval of a $4.3 million budget was established for the bleachers,…

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Anti-Drug Coalition Receives Grant

The Overton County Anti-Drug Coalition held a meeting and discussed the Drug Free Community (DFC) Grant the coalition had received. Executive Director Tasha Mackie explained the importance of the grant and how it will benefit and serve the community. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston Enterprise on newsstands…

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Wildcats Split Games With District Foe

The Wildcat basketball teams of Livingston Academy hosted the Macon County Tigers on Friday where they would split games with their district rival with the Lady Wildcats falling 62-42 and the Wildcats bringing home the big 68-35 win. The Lady Wildcats had their work cut out for them on Friday. The Macon County Lady Tigers…

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Obituaries

Obituaries 1/7/20

John R. Compton John R. Compton, 89, of the Willow Grove Community passed away Dec. 29 from the Overton County Health and Rehab Center. Funeral services were held Jan. 2 at the chapel of Speck Funeral Home. Interment followed in the Forest Lawn Cemetery in Goodlettsville. Bro. Josh Shaw officiated. He was born in Davidson…

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Obituaries 12/31/19

Howard C. Petersen Howard Claire Petersen, 82, of Monroe passed away on Christmas Eve from the Livingston Regional Hospital. There are no services scheduled. He was born Jan. 20, 1937 in Bentonville, Ind. He was a 1955graduate of Union High School in Modoc, Ind. He retired from Conrail Railroad as a railroad engineer. He was…

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Obituaries 12/24/19

Gary N. Spears Gary N. Spears passed away Dec. 16 from the Overton County Health and Rehab Center. A gathering of Gary’s family and close friends was held Dec. 21 at the chapel of Livingston Funeral Home. He was born in Overton County on April 1, 1947. He enjoyed swapping and trading, playing cards, watching…

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Recent News

Man Injured In One-Car Wreck On Hwy. 293

A Cookeville man lost control of a vehicle on Highway 293 early last Friday morning, which resulted in him being injured. According to a preliminary report from the Tennessee Highway Patrol, Jeffrey D. Auberson, 47, of Cookeville was traveling west in Tommy Dodson Highway in a 2005 Chevy Impala. For more on this story, pick…

Read More
Pay Rate For Election Workers Will Increase

The Overton County Salary Committee met last Wednesday and discussed the pay for election workers. It was recommended to raise the pay to $10 per hour. County Executive Ben Danner said, “We made everyone $10 in the county, we just thought it needed to be raised. It is hard enough to find anyone that will…

Read More
Same Drug Charges; Different Sentences

Two Overton County women pled guilty to the same drug charges in the last Overton County Criminal Court session. Although the pleas were the same, punishments varied. Both women were charged with the sale and delivery of a Schedule III Controlled Substances. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston…

Read More
School Board Meets On New Stadium Plans

The Board of Education’s Building Committee met with the architects and engineers from Cope Architecture and TTL Engineering last night in a special called meeting to address concerns moving forward with the new football field project. As previously reported in the Enterprise, the initial approval of a $4.3 million budget was established for the bleachers,…

Read More
Anti-Drug Coalition Receives Grant

The Overton County Anti-Drug Coalition held a meeting and discussed the Drug Free Community (DFC) Grant the coalition had received. Executive Director Tasha Mackie explained the importance of the grant and how it will benefit and serve the community. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston Enterprise on newsstands…

Read More
Wildcats Split Games With District Foe

The Wildcat basketball teams of Livingston Academy hosted the Macon County Tigers on Friday where they would split games with their district rival with the Lady Wildcats falling 62-42 and the Wildcats bringing home the big 68-35 win. The Lady Wildcats had their work cut out for them on Friday. The Macon County Lady Tigers…

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