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Billboard Ban Officially Begins

New billboards in the town of Livingston are now officially banned. The action came at the Sept. 5 meeting, which was held on Tuesday because of Labor Day. At that meeting, the Board of Aldermen listened to city attorney John Meadows present recommendations made by the Livingston Municipal Planning Commission to the sign portion of…

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Jr. Wildcats Post Easy Win

After running off 30 unanswered points in the first half alone, the Jr. Wildcats cruised to their fourth victory on the season, against not a single blemish, as they beat the Avery Trace Raiders last Tuesday. The game allowed many Jr. Wildcats to see playing time and gain valuable experience, some for the first time…

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Wildcats Spoil Bees’ Homecoming

The Livingston Academy Wildcats moved to 3-1 on the season Friday night after playing the spoiler to Upperman and their homecoming. The Wildcats amassed over 500 yards in the victory with an almost balanced attack of both passing and running. After a couple of series for each team that led to punts, Upperman drew first…

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Investigation

Law enforcement and investigators were on site last week trying to determine the cause of the fire at Winningham Hardware. There is no official word yet on the cause of the fire. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston Enterprise on newsstands now, or subscribe online at livingstonenterprise.net.

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Two New Commissioners Are Appointed

Overton County commissioners approved a couple of new commissioners last night to replace two who had recently resigned. Enterprise readers may remember that commissioners were notified of the resignations by Jordan Danner of the third district and Bruce Ledford from the fifth district at the last meeting. At that meeting, County Executive Ben Danner informed…

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School Shot Deadline Nears

The deadline for Overton County student vaccinations is Friday, Sept. 15. A list of shots required for childcare age children, preschoolers, kindergartners, seventh graders or students new to Tennessee’s school system can be found on the Tennessee Department of Health page. “Infants entering child care facilities must be up to date at the time of…

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Obituaries

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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Jackson Co. Sentinel 5-10-16

Gilbert McCawley Berry Retired Gilbert McCawley Berry, 85, passed May 4 at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. Funeral services were held May 8 at Anderson-Upper Cumberland Funeral Home with Rev. Caroline Sanders and Rev. Russell Cain officiating. Interment followed at John L. Clark Memorial Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to the Gainesboro First United Methodist…

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Citizen Statesman 5-10-16

Ned Thomas (Tony) Cherry Ned Thomas (Tony) Cherry, 84 of the Oak Grove Community, passed away May 2 at Cumberland River Hospital. Funeral services were held May 5 at Upton-Hay Funeral Home with Dennis Miller officiating. Interment followed in the Henson Cemetery. Patrick Cherry, Brandon Birdwell, Joey Nolen, Richie Cherry, Brandon Key and Mark Biles…

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Recent News

Billboard Ban Officially Begins

New billboards in the town of Livingston are now officially banned. The action came at the Sept. 5 meeting, which was held on Tuesday because of Labor Day. At that meeting, the Board of Aldermen listened to city attorney John Meadows present recommendations made by the Livingston Municipal Planning Commission to the sign portion of…

Read More
Jr. Wildcats Post Easy Win

After running off 30 unanswered points in the first half alone, the Jr. Wildcats cruised to their fourth victory on the season, against not a single blemish, as they beat the Avery Trace Raiders last Tuesday. The game allowed many Jr. Wildcats to see playing time and gain valuable experience, some for the first time…

Read More
Wildcats Spoil Bees’ Homecoming

The Livingston Academy Wildcats moved to 3-1 on the season Friday night after playing the spoiler to Upperman and their homecoming. The Wildcats amassed over 500 yards in the victory with an almost balanced attack of both passing and running. After a couple of series for each team that led to punts, Upperman drew first…

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Investigation

Law enforcement and investigators were on site last week trying to determine the cause of the fire at Winningham Hardware. There is no official word yet on the cause of the fire. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston Enterprise on newsstands now, or subscribe online at livingstonenterprise.net.

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Two New Commissioners Are Appointed

Overton County commissioners approved a couple of new commissioners last night to replace two who had recently resigned. Enterprise readers may remember that commissioners were notified of the resignations by Jordan Danner of the third district and Bruce Ledford from the fifth district at the last meeting. At that meeting, County Executive Ben Danner informed…

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School Shot Deadline Nears

The deadline for Overton County student vaccinations is Friday, Sept. 15. A list of shots required for childcare age children, preschoolers, kindergartners, seventh graders or students new to Tennessee’s school system can be found on the Tennessee Department of Health page. “Infants entering child care facilities must be up to date at the time of…

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