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Rollover Wreck Injures One

A man was injured in a rollover wreck on Hilham Highway. The accident happened at the intersection of Walnut Grove Road and State Route 85 on Feb. 27. According to Trooper Darren Butler’s report, Ian Flowers, 23 of Livingston, was driving a 2014 Ford Fusion. Flowers was traveling south on Walnut Grove Road. For more…

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Woman Is Arrested With 12.5 Grams Of Meth

A Monterey woman was arrested with 12.5 grams of a methamphetamine recently following a traffic stop. Overton County Sheriff’s Deputy Kevin Barlow was assisting Sergeant Shane Barlow on a traffic stop on Monterey Highway that turned out to be anything but routine. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston…

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Wildcats Win Sub-State Monday To Advance

The Livingston Academy Wildcats will be heading back to the state tournament – the first appearance by the squad since 2013. The Wildcats played host to the Signal Mountain Eagles Monday night in the Substate game. The game began with Signal Mountain scoring a three point shot within the first minute but it was not…

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Students Help With Arbor Day…

Mayor Curtis Hayes and four A.H. Roberts students celebrated Arbor Day with a special proclamation and tree planting. They also planted a tree at the corner of the airport. Mayor Hayes proclaimed March 2 as Arbor Day in Livingston. The four students were happy to meet the Livingston mayor. Photo includes from left: Maliyah Gaw,…

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Wildcats Win Regional Championship

The Livingston Academy Wildcats showed how tough they could play when they faced off against the Cumberland County Jets in the regional tournament. It was a down and dirty game resulting in many fouls on both sides, but the Wildcats kept the lead throughout the game and beat the Jets by eight points. Both teams…

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Teachers Carrying Weapons Bill Is Progressing

A Tennessee Senate Bill has cleared the House Civil Justice Subcommittee, the bill’s first hurdle, which would allow teachers the option to carry concealed handguns after completing the required training. The bill would expand an existing state law. House Bill 2208 is sponsored in the Tennessee House of Representatives by Rep. David Byrd (R). Senate…

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Obituaries

Enterprise Obituaries 1-31-17

Evelyn Jo Handy Nurse Evelyn Jo (Hayes) Handy 65, wife of Billy D. Handy of Sparta, passed on Tuesday, Jan. 24, at Livingston Regional Hospital. Born on July 25, 1951, in Campton, Ky, she was the daughter of Richard M. Hayes and Jessie Mae (Burks) Stubblefield. Mrs. Handy attended school in Vandalia, Ohio, and then…

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Enterprise Obits 1-24-17

Michael Glen Breeding Michael Glen Breeding, 60, of Livingston, passed away Jan. 4 at the Livingston Regional Hospital. A memorial service will be announced at a later date. The family has chosen cremation at his request. He was born in Livingston on Jan. 28, 1956. He was a Sergeant in the Army, made a career…

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Enterprise Obituaries 1-17-17

Jerry Carr Jerry W. Carr, 58, of Livingston, passed away Jan. 7 at his home. Graveside services were held Jan. 11 at the Good Hope Cemetery with Bro. Aaron Dillon officiating. Interment followed. He was born May 6, 1958 In Overton County. He was a cook at McDonald’s. He loved watching movies on TV, fishing,…

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Recent News

Rollover Wreck Injures One

A man was injured in a rollover wreck on Hilham Highway. The accident happened at the intersection of Walnut Grove Road and State Route 85 on Feb. 27. According to Trooper Darren Butler’s report, Ian Flowers, 23 of Livingston, was driving a 2014 Ford Fusion. Flowers was traveling south on Walnut Grove Road. For more…

Read More
Woman Is Arrested With 12.5 Grams Of Meth

A Monterey woman was arrested with 12.5 grams of a methamphetamine recently following a traffic stop. Overton County Sheriff’s Deputy Kevin Barlow was assisting Sergeant Shane Barlow on a traffic stop on Monterey Highway that turned out to be anything but routine. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston…

Read More
Wildcats Win Sub-State Monday To Advance

The Livingston Academy Wildcats will be heading back to the state tournament – the first appearance by the squad since 2013. The Wildcats played host to the Signal Mountain Eagles Monday night in the Substate game. The game began with Signal Mountain scoring a three point shot within the first minute but it was not…

Read More
Students Help With Arbor Day…

Mayor Curtis Hayes and four A.H. Roberts students celebrated Arbor Day with a special proclamation and tree planting. They also planted a tree at the corner of the airport. Mayor Hayes proclaimed March 2 as Arbor Day in Livingston. The four students were happy to meet the Livingston mayor. Photo includes from left: Maliyah Gaw,…

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Wildcats Win Regional Championship

The Livingston Academy Wildcats showed how tough they could play when they faced off against the Cumberland County Jets in the regional tournament. It was a down and dirty game resulting in many fouls on both sides, but the Wildcats kept the lead throughout the game and beat the Jets by eight points. Both teams…

Read More
Teachers Carrying Weapons Bill Is Progressing

A Tennessee Senate Bill has cleared the House Civil Justice Subcommittee, the bill’s first hurdle, which would allow teachers the option to carry concealed handguns after completing the required training. The bill would expand an existing state law. House Bill 2208 is sponsored in the Tennessee House of Representatives by Rep. David Byrd (R). Senate…

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