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Keys Receive Property Award

One of the goals set by the Envision Livingston committee is to recognize and award the efforts home owners have made regarding significant improvements and beautification to properties within the Town of Livingston. The recipients of the Award for this quarter are Kelly and Missy Key. Their home is located at 311 Sevier Street here in Livingston.…

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Congressman Rose Visits Livingston

Congressman John Rose met with Overton Countians and discussed his concerns for the nation and Tennessee recently. Congressman Rose is only 100 days into his term and is sticking by his goal to bring Tennessee values to Washington and get Washington out of Tennessee, according to what he told approximately 20 participants at the event.…

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Longer Days?

A daylight saving time bill passed the Tennessee House 86-5 on last week and would remove the twice-annual time shift, but Congress must pass a federal law allowing states to observe daylight time year around. Before the United States adopted daylight saving time (DST), in by the end of World War I, standard time was…

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Overton County Schools May Menus

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Search For Missing Man Comes To End

The search for a missing Cookeville man came to an end over the weekend, as the body of Dr. James Smith was found in rural Overton County. The 83-year-old Smith was reported missing last week after traveling to Overton County to visit farmland he owned. Search crews from the area converged on the Puncheon Creek…

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Nine Face Opioid Charges

Federal indictments were unsealed charging nine Middle Tennessee medical professionals, including four doctors, four nurse practitioners and a pharmacist, with various charges alleging their participation in illegally prescribing and dispensing opioids and other dangerous narcotics and health care fraud schemes, announced U.S. Attorney Don Cochran for the Middle District of Tennessee. U.S. Attorney Cochran joined…

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Obituaries

Obituaries 4/2/19

Jimmie N. Eversole Jimmie N. Eversole, 81 of Enon, passed away on March 26 in Fairborn. Funeral services were held on March 29 in Adkins Funeral Home in Enon. Interment followed in Enon Cemetery. Speck Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. She was born in Livingston on June 21, 1937. She enjoyed gardening,…

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Obituaries 3/26/19

Willodean Vaughn Caregiver Willodean Vaughn, 79 of Gainesboro and formerly of the Hanging Limb community, passed away on March 19 at the Cookeville Regional Medical Center. Funeral services were held on March 21 at the Hanging Limb Freewill Baptist Church. Rev. Greg Jenkins And Bro. Jimmy Stafford officiated. Interment followed in the George M. Phillips…

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Obituaries 3/19/19

Robert James “Bob” Bilbrey Robert James “Bob” Bilbrey, 81 of Livingston, passed away on March 9 at the Overton County Health and Rehab Center. Funeral services were held on March 16 from the chapel of Speck Funeral Home. Bro. Steryl Parramore officiated. Interment followed in the Mt. Gilead Cemetery. He was born in Overton County…

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Recent News

Keys Receive Property Award

One of the goals set by the Envision Livingston committee is to recognize and award the efforts home owners have made regarding significant improvements and beautification to properties within the Town of Livingston. The recipients of the Award for this quarter are Kelly and Missy Key. Their home is located at 311 Sevier Street here in Livingston.…

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Congressman Rose Visits Livingston

Congressman John Rose met with Overton Countians and discussed his concerns for the nation and Tennessee recently. Congressman Rose is only 100 days into his term and is sticking by his goal to bring Tennessee values to Washington and get Washington out of Tennessee, according to what he told approximately 20 participants at the event.…

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Longer Days?

A daylight saving time bill passed the Tennessee House 86-5 on last week and would remove the twice-annual time shift, but Congress must pass a federal law allowing states to observe daylight time year around. Before the United States adopted daylight saving time (DST), in by the end of World War I, standard time was…

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Overton County Schools May Menus
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Search For Missing Man Comes To End

The search for a missing Cookeville man came to an end over the weekend, as the body of Dr. James Smith was found in rural Overton County. The 83-year-old Smith was reported missing last week after traveling to Overton County to visit farmland he owned. Search crews from the area converged on the Puncheon Creek…

Read More
Nine Face Opioid Charges

Federal indictments were unsealed charging nine Middle Tennessee medical professionals, including four doctors, four nurse practitioners and a pharmacist, with various charges alleging their participation in illegally prescribing and dispensing opioids and other dangerous narcotics and health care fraud schemes, announced U.S. Attorney Don Cochran for the Middle District of Tennessee. U.S. Attorney Cochran joined…

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