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Sheriff’s Department Annual Toy Drive Is Now Underway

Each year for the holidays, some parents and guardians are considered fortunate to be able to give their children in their household toys and gifts for the season. Others, unfortunately, are not so lucky. So each year the Overton County Sheriff’s Department has an annual toy drive around the holidays to help out with the…

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Hayes Is Named City Mayor Of The Year

Livingston Mayor Curtis Hayes was named City Mayor of the Year by the Upper Cumberland Human Resource Agency during their recent annual meeting, and Representative John Mark Windle was named State Representative of the Year. Hayes was also named chairman of the board for 2017-2018. For more on this story, pick up a copy of…

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One Flown Out From Cycle Wreck

A wreck last week on Jamestown Highway involved a motorcycle and sent the rider to the hospital via air medical. Richard D. Southwell, 29 of Alpine, was driving a 2008 KMCU motorcycle east on Jamestown Highway (State Route 52) when he collided with a 2016 Chevrolet pickup driven by Johnny E. York, 42 of Alpine,…

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Wildcat Teams Split In Opener

The Livingston Academy Wildcat basketball teams split in their season openers last week, as the teams traveled to Clay County to face the Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs. The Lady Wildcats got behind early and never had an opportunity to catch up to a hot Lady Bulldog team, losing the contest 64-46. For more on this…

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Tenure Is Granted To 21 Teachers

21 teachers and the attendance supervisor in the Overton County school system were granted tenure at the board of education meeting last Tuesday night. The following are those who were granted tenure: Ashley Copeland and Angela Sullivan of A.H. Roberts Elementary; Mary Heather Ashburn and Jennifer Clouse of Allons Elementary; Kellie Conner, Callie Hawkins, Jessica…

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Christmas In The Country Is Set To Kick Off Friday Night

Christmas in the Country will kick off the holiday season in Overton County starting Friday night. The festivities will occur on two Friday nights, Nov. 24 and Dec. 1, at the Livingston Town Square from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. both nights. The lighting of the Christmas tree will be Nov. 24 at 5:30 p.m.…

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Obituaries

Jackson Co. Sentinel 9-6-16

Ernest Julius Gillihan Jr. June 29, 1965 –  August 23, 2016 On August 23, 2016, Ernie, “Big E” as he was known, with his family by his side passed at the home of his daughter, Carrie Bush, in Boca Raton, Florida after a long battle with Cancer.  Ernie was born on June 29, 1965. He…

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Enterprise 9-6-16

Judy Dickerson Judy Long Dickerson, 55, of Cookeville passed away Aug. 31 at Livingston Regional Hospital. The family has chosen cremation. A celebration of Judy’s life will be held at a later date. She was born in Livingston on Nov. 28, 1960. She spent her life appreciating her family, friends and her animals. She was…

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Citizen Statesman 8-30-16

Geraldine Strong Geraldine Strong, 86 of the Brimstone Community in Clay County, passed away Aug. 18 at Celina Health and Rehabilitation. Funeral services were held Aug. 21 from the New Hope Church of Christ with Bro. Jason Dodson and Dr. Robert Strong Jr. officiating. Interment followed in the Macedonia Cemetery in Moss. She was born…

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Recent News

Sheriff’s Department Annual Toy Drive Is Now Underway

Each year for the holidays, some parents and guardians are considered fortunate to be able to give their children in their household toys and gifts for the season. Others, unfortunately, are not so lucky. So each year the Overton County Sheriff’s Department has an annual toy drive around the holidays to help out with the…

Read More
Hayes Is Named City Mayor Of The Year

Livingston Mayor Curtis Hayes was named City Mayor of the Year by the Upper Cumberland Human Resource Agency during their recent annual meeting, and Representative John Mark Windle was named State Representative of the Year. Hayes was also named chairman of the board for 2017-2018. For more on this story, pick up a copy of…

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One Flown Out From Cycle Wreck

A wreck last week on Jamestown Highway involved a motorcycle and sent the rider to the hospital via air medical. Richard D. Southwell, 29 of Alpine, was driving a 2008 KMCU motorcycle east on Jamestown Highway (State Route 52) when he collided with a 2016 Chevrolet pickup driven by Johnny E. York, 42 of Alpine,…

Read More
Wildcat Teams Split In Opener

The Livingston Academy Wildcat basketball teams split in their season openers last week, as the teams traveled to Clay County to face the Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs. The Lady Wildcats got behind early and never had an opportunity to catch up to a hot Lady Bulldog team, losing the contest 64-46. For more on this…

Read More
Tenure Is Granted To 21 Teachers

21 teachers and the attendance supervisor in the Overton County school system were granted tenure at the board of education meeting last Tuesday night. The following are those who were granted tenure: Ashley Copeland and Angela Sullivan of A.H. Roberts Elementary; Mary Heather Ashburn and Jennifer Clouse of Allons Elementary; Kellie Conner, Callie Hawkins, Jessica…

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Christmas In The Country Is Set To Kick Off Friday Night

Christmas in the Country will kick off the holiday season in Overton County starting Friday night. The festivities will occur on two Friday nights, Nov. 24 and Dec. 1, at the Livingston Town Square from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. both nights. The lighting of the Christmas tree will be Nov. 24 at 5:30 p.m.…

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