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Commissioners Amend Meeting Minutes To Continue Suit

Overton County officials made preparations last night for another court hearing so that East Fork Lane Road may be declared either a public or private roadway. Two special called meetings were held to amend minutes from prior meetings that were ultimately determined the cause of a pre-trail dismissal in the Chancery Court hearing earlier this…

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School Board Hears Grievance

A school employee filed a grievance against Director of Schools Dr. Mark Winningham and brought before the Overton County School Board accusations against the director in a special called meeting on Oct. 25. School Nutrition Supervisor Debie Taylor alleged that she had been intimidated and bullied by Dr. Winningham in effort to keep her from…

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Fall-O-Ween Fun

A tiny mouse was creeping up onto the town square during Fall-O-Ween held Saturday in Livingston. The annual event saw a good turnout despite the cool and damp weather. For more photos from this event, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston Enterprise on newsstands now, or subscribe online at livingstonenterprise.net. You can also…

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TBI Closes Investigation Into E-911

Following a six-month investigation into the reported $84,097 of questionable expenditures of the Overton-Pickett E-911 Communications district, along with long-time Director Chris Masiongale, the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) has closed the district’s case after reportedly finding that no criminally activity took place. A report by the state comptroller’s office detailed the expenditures and prompted…

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Tigers Win Wet Cat Fight With Wildcats 27-21

In a contest that saw off and on rain, the Wildcats of Livingston Academy hosted the Tigers of Macon County. The Wildcats lead the all time series 29-17-1 over the Tigers. The winner of the game would finish in 2nd place in the district while the loser would be in 3rd place and have to…

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Charges Pending In Hwy.111 Rollover

A Livingston woman is facing pending charges after a collision that caused her vehicle to overturn and get stuck in a fence along Hwy. 111 on Friday morning. Cassie Ledbetter, 28 of Livingston, was swerving within both lanes as she was traveling northbound on State Route 111 around 8:40 a.m., according to a Tennessee Highway…

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Obituaries

Obits 9/25/18

Donald Eithel Groce Donald E. Groce, 67 of Livingston, passed away on Sept. 20 at his home. Funeral services were held on Sept. 23 from the chapel of Speck Funeral Home. Interment followed in the Overton County Memorial Gardens. He was born in Overton County on Jan. 7, 1951. He loved being in the outdoors…

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Obits 9/18/18

Sandra E. Barbour Sandra “Sandy” E. Barbour, 63 of Byrdstown, passed away on Dec. 3, 2017, at her home. A Graveside Service was held on June 23, 2018 at Hillside Cemetery in Thomaston, Conn. Gregory F. Doyle Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. She was born in Litchfield County, Conn. on June 23,…

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Obits 9/11/18

Johnie Ford And Lillie Ford Johnie James and Lillie Vietta Foster Ford of the Fellowship Community passed away on Sept. 6 in Monroe. Funeral services were held on Sept. 9 from the chapel of Livingston Funeral Home. Rev. Randy Pickens officiated. Interment followed in the Fellowship Cemetery. Johnie was born in Overton County on April…

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Recent News

Commissioners Amend Meeting Minutes To Continue Suit

Overton County officials made preparations last night for another court hearing so that East Fork Lane Road may be declared either a public or private roadway. Two special called meetings were held to amend minutes from prior meetings that were ultimately determined the cause of a pre-trail dismissal in the Chancery Court hearing earlier this…

Read More
School Board Hears Grievance

A school employee filed a grievance against Director of Schools Dr. Mark Winningham and brought before the Overton County School Board accusations against the director in a special called meeting on Oct. 25. School Nutrition Supervisor Debie Taylor alleged that she had been intimidated and bullied by Dr. Winningham in effort to keep her from…

Read More
Fall-O-Ween Fun

A tiny mouse was creeping up onto the town square during Fall-O-Ween held Saturday in Livingston. The annual event saw a good turnout despite the cool and damp weather. For more photos from this event, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston Enterprise on newsstands now, or subscribe online at livingstonenterprise.net. You can also…

Read More
TBI Closes Investigation Into E-911

Following a six-month investigation into the reported $84,097 of questionable expenditures of the Overton-Pickett E-911 Communications district, along with long-time Director Chris Masiongale, the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) has closed the district’s case after reportedly finding that no criminally activity took place. A report by the state comptroller’s office detailed the expenditures and prompted…

Read More
Tigers Win Wet Cat Fight With Wildcats 27-21

In a contest that saw off and on rain, the Wildcats of Livingston Academy hosted the Tigers of Macon County. The Wildcats lead the all time series 29-17-1 over the Tigers. The winner of the game would finish in 2nd place in the district while the loser would be in 3rd place and have to…

Read More
Charges Pending In Hwy.111 Rollover

A Livingston woman is facing pending charges after a collision that caused her vehicle to overturn and get stuck in a fence along Hwy. 111 on Friday morning. Cassie Ledbetter, 28 of Livingston, was swerving within both lanes as she was traveling northbound on State Route 111 around 8:40 a.m., according to a Tennessee Highway…

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