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Mayor Proposes $3 Million Budget

One of the largest, new, single expenditures in Livingston Mayor Curtis Hayes’ proposed budget, which must be passed by July 1, is a new bush hog with a sidearm. Hayes said the $80,000 cost is a necessity. “If you notice we have weed eaters and part time guys out weed eating the right of way,”…

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Sonic Headed To Finals

The softball tournaments for the 16 and under league started Thursday, June 1. The tournament is single elimination, so some of the teams didn’t get a second chance to redeem themselves on Tuesday, June 6 if they lost on Thursday. Sonic and Farm Bureau went up against each other Thursday night to determine who was…

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Firefighters Rescue Dog From Fire

Dark smoke billowed from broken windows making the air difficult to breathe as a fire raged within the garage of a house at 119 Vaughn Lane on Friday afternoon. Julie Coleman who, along with her husband Terry, owned the house, could hear her dog, Tebow, whimpering from behind the hot garage door. Terry then took…

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OCHR Remodel Plans Moving Ahead

Things are right on schedule in the design phase of the new rehab project, and the Overton County Health and Rehab Board is happy with the way things are moving forward in regards to the remodeling of the Overton County Health and Rehab Center, according to a statement by administrator Jennifer Bouldin during a work…

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Good Day Mate

It’s hard to tell who is more surprised when Overton County Executive Ben Danner holds a kangaroo at a recent Millard Oakley Library event. This was the opening day of Summer reading program. It was an educational show about animals by Natural History Education Co. and featured several animals. For more on this story, pick…

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Trail Of Damage

Saturday night as skies darkened and thunderstorms moved in so too did straight line winds that would end up causing damage throughout the mid-state, including Overton County. According to the Livingston Police Department there were fires caused by lightning. Lines were down all over the county including at Virginia Street, Heard Ridge Road, Honey Springs…

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Citizen Statesman 5-17-16

Dr. Aristides Cardona Dr. Aristides Cardona, 89 of Celina, passed away on May 5. Memorial services will be held at Vaughn Cemetery in Alpine, Tenn. later in May. He was born April 11, 1927. He was the first Board Certified Surgeon to be recruited to Cumberalnd County in 1957 and was involved in the construction…

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Jackson Co. Sentinel 5-17-16

FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apartment and 2 bedroom trailer. Stone Trailer. Call 931-243-4174. 4-12, 4-19, 4-26, 5-3 TFC   FOR RENT: 1 & 2  BR houses and apartments in Gainesboro: Starting at $325/mo or $81.25wk. Pets OK. Stevens Realty LLC 866-493-5527, O/A www.stevensrentals.com.  4-26 TFC.   IMMEDIATE OPENING: Part-time position, clerical, two days per week…

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Jackson Co. Sentinel 5-17-16

Frank Eugene Coffee Logging Industry Frank Eugene Coffee, 78, passed away May 12 at Signature Health Care of Putnam County. Graveside services were held May 16 at Coffee Cemetery with Bro. Alan Judd officiating. Anderson-Upper Cumberland Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. He was born April 16, 1938 in Overton County. He worked in…

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Recent News

Mayor Proposes $3 Million Budget

One of the largest, new, single expenditures in Livingston Mayor Curtis Hayes’ proposed budget, which must be passed by July 1, is a new bush hog with a sidearm. Hayes said the $80,000 cost is a necessity. “If you notice we have weed eaters and part time guys out weed eating the right of way,”…

Read More
Sonic Headed To Finals

The softball tournaments for the 16 and under league started Thursday, June 1. The tournament is single elimination, so some of the teams didn’t get a second chance to redeem themselves on Tuesday, June 6 if they lost on Thursday. Sonic and Farm Bureau went up against each other Thursday night to determine who was…

Read More
Firefighters Rescue Dog From Fire

Dark smoke billowed from broken windows making the air difficult to breathe as a fire raged within the garage of a house at 119 Vaughn Lane on Friday afternoon. Julie Coleman who, along with her husband Terry, owned the house, could hear her dog, Tebow, whimpering from behind the hot garage door. Terry then took…

Read More
OCHR Remodel Plans Moving Ahead

Things are right on schedule in the design phase of the new rehab project, and the Overton County Health and Rehab Board is happy with the way things are moving forward in regards to the remodeling of the Overton County Health and Rehab Center, according to a statement by administrator Jennifer Bouldin during a work…

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Good Day Mate

It’s hard to tell who is more surprised when Overton County Executive Ben Danner holds a kangaroo at a recent Millard Oakley Library event. This was the opening day of Summer reading program. It was an educational show about animals by Natural History Education Co. and featured several animals. For more on this story, pick…

Read More
Trail Of Damage

Saturday night as skies darkened and thunderstorms moved in so too did straight line winds that would end up causing damage throughout the mid-state, including Overton County. According to the Livingston Police Department there were fires caused by lightning. Lines were down all over the county including at Virginia Street, Heard Ridge Road, Honey Springs…

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