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Petty Theft Results In Drug Arrests

Overton County Sheriff’s Department (OCSD) deputies made two arrests recently involving the seizure of nearly three ounces of methamphetamine. Ashley Phillips, 26 and Bo Cravens, 34 both of Monterey, were arrested on June 28 after law enforcement was called when a person was caught stealing two-liters of Mountain Dew off of a residential porch on…

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Vote By Mail Is An Option In Tenn.

The Tennessee Supreme Court ruled recently that it would not block a judge’s order to offer a voting by mail option to all eligible voters during the COVD-19 pandemic while the state continues to try and appeal the decision. Nashville Chancellor Ellen Hobbs Lyle ruled June 4 that the state’s limits on absentee voting during…

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Schools Still Looking Into Allegations About Lee

The criminal investigation into a teacher at Livingston Academy may be over, but the school’s investigation is not. As previously reported in the Livingston Enterprise, 13th Judicial District Attorney Bryant C. Dunaway stated that the criminal investigation against Livingston Academy science teacher Mark Lee would cease due to lack of physical evidence. At the time…

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Victims Of Recent House Fire Address Aldermen

A Livingston family who were recent victims of a house fire on Chestnut Street addressed the Board of Mayor and Alderman at last night’s meeting in hope that what happened to them will not happen to anyone in Livingston ever again. Homeowners Arno and Pammie Proctor were victims of a house fire last Friday evening,…

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Criminal Investigation Closed On Lee

A criminal investigation on a teacher has been closed, according to the District Attorney. As previously reported in the Livingston Enterprise, a Livingston Academy teacher was suspended while investigations took place after allegations of sexual harassment involving two former Livingston Academy students surfaced. A letter was sent to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) last…

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Chase Ends In Rollover

A woman was arrested in Overton County last Friday after a high-speed pursuit, which started in Clay County. Jamilia King, 43 of Michigan, was arrested after a multi-county pursuit that resulted in the charges of reckless endangerment, aggravated assault, resisting arrest and evading arrest. Charges in Clay County will come at a later date. For…

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Obituaries

Obituaries 5/12/20

Charlie William Dailey Charlie William Dailey, 91, passed away May 2 at Celina Rehabilitation Center. Graveside services were held May 5 at the Hamilton Addition Fitzgerald Cemetery with Bro. Eric Copas officiating. He shared his life with so many. He was “Shanghai” to old friends, “Pa” to his grandsons and “Popi” to his great grandchildren.…

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Obituaries 5/5/20

Rhonda Carrie Flowers Rhonda Carrie Shadoan Flowers, 69, of Livingston passed away April 26 from the Centennial Medical Center in Nashville. Private services were held on April 27. She was born in Dayton, Ohio on Aug. 15, 1950. She was preceded in death by father, Thomas Shadoan. She is survived by husband, Donald Flowers of…

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Obituaries 4/28/20

Eric Edwin Carwile Eric Edwin Carwile, 76, of Rickman passed away April 20 from the Skyline Medical Center. Celebration of Life Services were held April 26 at the Overton County Memorial Gardens. Bro. Aron Dillon officiated. He was born in Overton County on June 27, 1943. He was a 1962 graduate of Livingston Academy and…

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Recent News

Petty Theft Results In Drug Arrests

Overton County Sheriff’s Department (OCSD) deputies made two arrests recently involving the seizure of nearly three ounces of methamphetamine. Ashley Phillips, 26 and Bo Cravens, 34 both of Monterey, were arrested on June 28 after law enforcement was called when a person was caught stealing two-liters of Mountain Dew off of a residential porch on…

Read More
Vote By Mail Is An Option In Tenn.

The Tennessee Supreme Court ruled recently that it would not block a judge’s order to offer a voting by mail option to all eligible voters during the COVD-19 pandemic while the state continues to try and appeal the decision. Nashville Chancellor Ellen Hobbs Lyle ruled June 4 that the state’s limits on absentee voting during…

Read More
Schools Still Looking Into Allegations About Lee

The criminal investigation into a teacher at Livingston Academy may be over, but the school’s investigation is not. As previously reported in the Livingston Enterprise, 13th Judicial District Attorney Bryant C. Dunaway stated that the criminal investigation against Livingston Academy science teacher Mark Lee would cease due to lack of physical evidence. At the time…

Read More
Victims Of Recent House Fire Address Aldermen

A Livingston family who were recent victims of a house fire on Chestnut Street addressed the Board of Mayor and Alderman at last night’s meeting in hope that what happened to them will not happen to anyone in Livingston ever again. Homeowners Arno and Pammie Proctor were victims of a house fire last Friday evening,…

Read More
Criminal Investigation Closed On Lee

A criminal investigation on a teacher has been closed, according to the District Attorney. As previously reported in the Livingston Enterprise, a Livingston Academy teacher was suspended while investigations took place after allegations of sexual harassment involving two former Livingston Academy students surfaced. A letter was sent to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) last…

Read More
Chase Ends In Rollover

A woman was arrested in Overton County last Friday after a high-speed pursuit, which started in Clay County. Jamilia King, 43 of Michigan, was arrested after a multi-county pursuit that resulted in the charges of reckless endangerment, aggravated assault, resisting arrest and evading arrest. Charges in Clay County will come at a later date. For…

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