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Aldermen Discuss Shooting Range; Airport

The possible dangers involved from an indoor shooting range set to open within city limits was discussed in a Livingston Mayor and Board of Alderman work session on Monday night. “I think the main concern for me and the council was to make sure everyone is safe, and to make sure when we’re shooting .50…

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Vehicle Rolls Over On Hwy. 111

A two-vehicle collision on Hwy 111 sent one crash victim to a medical facility for treatment after one motorist reportedly failed to yield the right-of-way early Thursday morning. Michael Melton, 63 of Livingston, was traveling in a 2004 Lincoln Aviator on West Turkey Creek Road crossing Hwy 111 at 6:45 a.m. when he reportedly failed…

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Commissioners Approve Drug Court Grant

Overton County Commissioners approved a drug court grant that totaled almost $1 million when they met in regular session last night. The grant, known as SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration), is for a total of $984,171 for the period of 2018 through 2022. There is no match for the grant, and commissioners…

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Committee Addresses Threat Made Against Judicial Commissioner

Those who are appointed to handle criminal matters have the possibility of being scrutinized and may receive threatening remarks of all sorts. Judicial commissioners, whose duty is to prepare criminal warrants, were the topic of the Overton County Safety Committee on Tuesday night after one judicial commissioner received an alleged remark from a disgruntled citizen…

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Announcements 8/7/18

Parent-Child Connection Class To Be Held The Stephens Center support group Parent-Child Connection is to hold a Morals And Values class as part of their Fall 2018 Series 1 on Wednesday, Aug. 8 from 12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. at the Stephens Center located at 616 North Church Street in Livingston. For more information, call…

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Overton/Pickett 911 To Continue Operating As One 911 District

The request to allow a referendum on the August ballot for the “creation” of the new Pickett County Emergency Communication District (ECD) was denied Wednesday morning at a Tennessee Emergency Communications Board (TECB) meeting on the conclusion that the separation of the Overton/Pickett E-911 Communications District was not in the best interest of the public…

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Obits 5/22/18

  Emojean Ray Adcock Chrysler Emojean Ray Adcock, 95 of Wayne, Mich. and formerly of Allons, passed from this life on May 12 in Westland, Mich. Funeral services were held on May 19 from the chapel of Speck Funeral Home. Interment followed in the Overton County Memorial Gardens. She was born in Allons on May…

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Obits 5/15/18

Jewel Hinson Jewel Hinson, 90 of the Tyler Point Community Of Monterey, passed away on May 6 at the Cookeville Regional Medical Center. Funeral services were held on May 9 at the Tyler Point Freewill Baptist Church. Interment followed in the Tyler Point Cemetery. Bro. Nolan Cantrell and Bro. Roger Sisco officiated. Goff Funeral Home…

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Obits 5/8/18

Pamela “Pammy” Sue Greathouse Ohio Wholesale Pamela Sue Greathouse passed away April 28 at her home in Celina. Funeral services were held May 2 from the Celina chapel of Hall Funeral Home. She was a life long resident of Barberton, Ohio. She loved her work at Ohio Wholesale. She traveled, and set up shows. She loved…

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Recent News

Aldermen Discuss Shooting Range; Airport

The possible dangers involved from an indoor shooting range set to open within city limits was discussed in a Livingston Mayor and Board of Alderman work session on Monday night. “I think the main concern for me and the council was to make sure everyone is safe, and to make sure when we’re shooting .50…

Read More
Vehicle Rolls Over On Hwy. 111

A two-vehicle collision on Hwy 111 sent one crash victim to a medical facility for treatment after one motorist reportedly failed to yield the right-of-way early Thursday morning. Michael Melton, 63 of Livingston, was traveling in a 2004 Lincoln Aviator on West Turkey Creek Road crossing Hwy 111 at 6:45 a.m. when he reportedly failed…

Read More
Commissioners Approve Drug Court Grant

Overton County Commissioners approved a drug court grant that totaled almost $1 million when they met in regular session last night. The grant, known as SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration), is for a total of $984,171 for the period of 2018 through 2022. There is no match for the grant, and commissioners…

Read More
Committee Addresses Threat Made Against Judicial Commissioner

Those who are appointed to handle criminal matters have the possibility of being scrutinized and may receive threatening remarks of all sorts. Judicial commissioners, whose duty is to prepare criminal warrants, were the topic of the Overton County Safety Committee on Tuesday night after one judicial commissioner received an alleged remark from a disgruntled citizen…

Read More
Announcements 8/7/18

Parent-Child Connection Class To Be Held The Stephens Center support group Parent-Child Connection is to hold a Morals And Values class as part of their Fall 2018 Series 1 on Wednesday, Aug. 8 from 12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. at the Stephens Center located at 616 North Church Street in Livingston. For more information, call…

Read More
Overton/Pickett 911 To Continue Operating As One 911 District

The request to allow a referendum on the August ballot for the “creation” of the new Pickett County Emergency Communication District (ECD) was denied Wednesday morning at a Tennessee Emergency Communications Board (TECB) meeting on the conclusion that the separation of the Overton/Pickett E-911 Communications District was not in the best interest of the public…

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