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Fathers And Daughters

Fathers, daughters, uncles, grandpas and guardians turned out Saturday night to enjoy the annual Father-Daughter Dance with their children and relatives, held this time at Livingston Academy. This was the seventh year of the annual event, which was held at Livingston Academy this year instead of the National Guard Armory. For more on this story,…

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Local Twins Complete Solo Flight Exam

Two young men who have a love of planes and flying each completed solo flights to Livingston recently. Dylan and Dakota McDonald, both 19 of Livingston and identical twins of David and Debbie McDonald of Livingston, completed a solo plane flight to Livingston on Sunday, April 8 at approximately 5:30 p.m. For more on this…

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Commission; School Board Qualifying Ends

April 5 was the last day for candidates running for local, state and Federal positions to complete their required forms to file for office for the Aug. 2 election. In Overton County, it was the cut off for qualifying for both county commission and school board seats. Incumbent candidates, Frank Martin, Robbie J. Melton and…

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Tennis Team Season In Full Swing

The Tennis Team played Warren County and Watertown this past week. They played Warren County on Tuesday, March 3. Kaylee Laycock, Jeffrey Chen, Zach Tolhurst, Jake Craig and Cole Smith all won their singles matches against Warren County. Kaylee Laycock won her singles match 5-1. Jeffrey Chen won his singles match 8-0.  Zach Tolhurst won…

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Schools Consider Asking For More Money

The Overton County Board of Education is still facing a $417,750 deficit in the budget. The Board is still considering options and discussed them at last week’s work session. The BOE was facing a $464,000 deficit during their last meeting. Dr. Winningham spoke to a consultant and the estimated nine percent insurance increase on this…

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Graffiti Popping Up

The beauty and charm of a small town can be enticing to both visitors and residents alike. However, that beauty can be spoiled in only a matter of minutes with just a couple of dollars of spray paint. Residents may have noticed that graffiti has been popping up in various parts of Livingston as of…

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Obituaries

Jackson Co. Sentinel 1-3-17

Factory Worker Gist B. Hurst, 65, passed away Dec. 24 at Tennova Healthcare Center in Jamestown. Graveside services were held Jan. 7 at Davidson Cemetery in Pall Mall, Tenn. with Bro. Randy Thompkins and Bro. Lane Pippin officiating. Anderson-Upper Cumberland Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. She was born June 8, 1951 in Pickett…

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Enterprise 1-3-17

Jackie Maxwell Stearsman Jackie Maxwell Stearsman, age 78, died in Livingston, Tennessee from acute myeloid leukemia on Dec. 24, 2016.  He was a beloved father, grandfather, preacher and teacher.  He was born April 4, 1938 in Mortons Gap, Ky. to Wallace Earl and Mary Wessie Maxwell Stearsman.  He is survived by his wife, Joyce H.…

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Enterprise 12-27-16

Delorise Marie Hammons Certified Nursing Assistant Delorise Marie Hammons, 55, of the Twinton Community passed away Dec. 18 at her home. Funeral services were held December 21 from the Twinton Freewill Baptist Church in the Twinton Community of Overton County with Bro. Robbie Miller officiating. Interment followed in the George Phillips Cemetery in Crawford. She…

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Recent News

Fathers And Daughters

Fathers, daughters, uncles, grandpas and guardians turned out Saturday night to enjoy the annual Father-Daughter Dance with their children and relatives, held this time at Livingston Academy. This was the seventh year of the annual event, which was held at Livingston Academy this year instead of the National Guard Armory. For more on this story,…

Read More
Local Twins Complete Solo Flight Exam

Two young men who have a love of planes and flying each completed solo flights to Livingston recently. Dylan and Dakota McDonald, both 19 of Livingston and identical twins of David and Debbie McDonald of Livingston, completed a solo plane flight to Livingston on Sunday, April 8 at approximately 5:30 p.m. For more on this…

Read More
Commission; School Board Qualifying Ends

April 5 was the last day for candidates running for local, state and Federal positions to complete their required forms to file for office for the Aug. 2 election. In Overton County, it was the cut off for qualifying for both county commission and school board seats. Incumbent candidates, Frank Martin, Robbie J. Melton and…

Read More
Tennis Team Season In Full Swing

The Tennis Team played Warren County and Watertown this past week. They played Warren County on Tuesday, March 3. Kaylee Laycock, Jeffrey Chen, Zach Tolhurst, Jake Craig and Cole Smith all won their singles matches against Warren County. Kaylee Laycock won her singles match 5-1. Jeffrey Chen won his singles match 8-0.  Zach Tolhurst won…

Read More
Schools Consider Asking For More Money

The Overton County Board of Education is still facing a $417,750 deficit in the budget. The Board is still considering options and discussed them at last week’s work session. The BOE was facing a $464,000 deficit during their last meeting. Dr. Winningham spoke to a consultant and the estimated nine percent insurance increase on this…

Read More
Graffiti Popping Up

The beauty and charm of a small town can be enticing to both visitors and residents alike. However, that beauty can be spoiled in only a matter of minutes with just a couple of dollars of spray paint. Residents may have noticed that graffiti has been popping up in various parts of Livingston as of…

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