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Sales Tax, County Building Going Up

The Overton County Budget and Salary committees met last week and approved several things that had previously been approved at the Highway and Property committee meetings last week. Those items include a transfer of a 2015 Ford F350 from the ambulance service to the highway department; the resolution to authorize Savvik as the cooperative purchasing…

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Square Improvements May Be On Hold

For the last few months the Town of Livingston and Board of Alderman have discussed the TDOT Transportation Alternatives Grant to improve the area around Courthouse Square. And although the city agreed to the application and a portion of the match for the half-million dollar project, it is uncertain from where, and if, the other…

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Wildcats Whoop Warriors

The Wildcats continue to make school history as they advance to 8-0 on the season after a 27-12 win over the White County Warriors on senior night. The Wildcats were slow out of the gate on Friday, struggling to move the ball early in the game. For more on this story, pick up a copy…

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Board Approves SRO Contracts

Prior to the regularly scheduled meeting of the Overton County Board of Education last week, the Board had a dinner to give recognition to retirees from the school system to show their gratitude for all that they had done to serve the children in Overton County. Teachers who were recognized included Judy Goodpasture, Bobby Gore,…

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Parking Spaces For Project Grad

Livingston Academy seniors and their families gathered together on Oct. 5 and painted their parking spaces. Seniors pay $20 for their parking spot every year, and that money goes to Project Grad. In return seniors have to opportunity to paint their parking spaces. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s…

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Hearing Set For Underage Alcohol Sales By Stores

The Overton County Beer Board discussed and set a disciplinary hearing for three local businesses that sold beer to underage minors on Sept. 5. The action came during its meeting last week. Businesses in question are Bud’s Grocery, Triple D and Livingston’s Quick Stop (formerly known as Dry Hollow Market). For more on this story,…

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Obituaries

Obituaries 9-10-19

Roy Roger Mabrey Roy Roger Mabrey, 79, of Rickman passed away Sept. 6 from his residence. Funeral services were held Sept. 8 at the chapel of Speck Funeral Home. Interment followed at the Zion Hill Cemetery. Bro. James Williams officiated. He was born in Clay County on Jan. 21, 1940. He loved fishing, tending to…

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Obituaries 8-27-19

R.D Eldridge R.D. Eldridge, 87 of Kettering, Ohio and formerly of Livingston passed away on Aug. 21. Funeral services will be held Aug. 31 at the chapel of Speck Funeral Home. Interment will follow in the Overton County Memorial Gardens. He was born Aug. 15, 1932 in Livingston. He retired from General Motors after 37…

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Obituaries 8-20-19

Bonnie B. Colson Bonnie B. Colson, 84, of Livingston passed away Aug. 9 from her residence. Graveside services were held Aug. 15 at St. John Cemetery. She was born in Newark, Ohio on Dec. 15, 1934. She was preceded in death by parents, Ralph and Frances Stevens Burkett; husband, Walter Edward Colson; brother, Richard Lee…

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Recent News

Sales Tax, County Building Going Up

The Overton County Budget and Salary committees met last week and approved several things that had previously been approved at the Highway and Property committee meetings last week. Those items include a transfer of a 2015 Ford F350 from the ambulance service to the highway department; the resolution to authorize Savvik as the cooperative purchasing…

Read More
Square Improvements May Be On Hold

For the last few months the Town of Livingston and Board of Alderman have discussed the TDOT Transportation Alternatives Grant to improve the area around Courthouse Square. And although the city agreed to the application and a portion of the match for the half-million dollar project, it is uncertain from where, and if, the other…

Read More
Wildcats Whoop Warriors

The Wildcats continue to make school history as they advance to 8-0 on the season after a 27-12 win over the White County Warriors on senior night. The Wildcats were slow out of the gate on Friday, struggling to move the ball early in the game. For more on this story, pick up a copy…

Read More
Board Approves SRO Contracts

Prior to the regularly scheduled meeting of the Overton County Board of Education last week, the Board had a dinner to give recognition to retirees from the school system to show their gratitude for all that they had done to serve the children in Overton County. Teachers who were recognized included Judy Goodpasture, Bobby Gore,…

Read More
Parking Spaces For Project Grad

Livingston Academy seniors and their families gathered together on Oct. 5 and painted their parking spaces. Seniors pay $20 for their parking spot every year, and that money goes to Project Grad. In return seniors have to opportunity to paint their parking spaces. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s…

Read More
Hearing Set For Underage Alcohol Sales By Stores

The Overton County Beer Board discussed and set a disciplinary hearing for three local businesses that sold beer to underage minors on Sept. 5. The action came during its meeting last week. Businesses in question are Bud’s Grocery, Triple D and Livingston’s Quick Stop (formerly known as Dry Hollow Market). For more on this story,…

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