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Oakley Farm Donated To TTU

A gift by university supporters Millard and J.J. Oakley has increased the size of Tennessee Tech’s campus by 1,400 acres. The Oakleys have donated a large portion of their farm, located in Overton County, along with the livestock and equipment on the property, to Tech – a donation valued at more than $9 million. For…

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Hospital To Pay For Two Police Officers

Two new police officers will be patrolling the streets of Livingston and the halls of Livingston Regional Hospital after the Livingston Mayor and Board of Aldermen last night approved an agreement between the hospital and the city. LRH will provide $66,000 in funding annually for two night shift officers. The plan is for those officers…

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Tractor Supply May Come To Livingston

The Livingston Municipal Planning Commission has given the OK to the final site plan for a proposed truck garage to be located on East Main Street, and Tractor Supply may be locating in Livingston. The property is owned by planning commission member Robert Jolley, who stepped away from that role to explain his plans. For…

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School Board Reviews Test Scores

The most recent data that was made available to the Overton County school system shows that achievement has improved in several areas, while others still need work. Vickie Eldridge, the Assistant Director of Schools, reviewed some of the numbers in a presentation to the Overton County Board of Education last week. For more on this…

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Highway Patrol Steps Up Distracted Driving Enforcement

Some Overton County drivers got something of a surprise on Friday as they were unexpectedly pulled over for violating the state law against distracted driving. Offi cials with the Tennessee Highway Patrol converged on the county to conduct an operation intended to make drivers more aware of the dangers of such behavior. “What we’re doing…

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Mole Project Winners At Livingston Academy

Students in Kimberly Thorpe’s chemistry class at Livingston Academy participated in “Mole Projects” this semester. Winning first place for their presentation of Monald Trump and Molary Clinton were Katlyn Phipps and Devin Matthews. 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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Obituaries

Enterprise 2-23-16

Zenoba Dixie (Poston) Rocho Beautician/Real Estate Zenoba Dixie (Poston) Rocho, 93, of Livingston, passed away Jan. 26 at Overton County Health and Rehab Center. Graveside services were held Feb. 2 at Old Union Cemetery with Capt. Larry Rocho officiating. Interment followed. She was born Dec. 16, 1922 in Overton County. She worked as a beautician…

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Citizen Statesman 2-23-16

Robert L. Scott Laborer Robert L. Scott, 56 of Celina, passed away on Feb. 14 at Cumberland River Hospital. There will be no visitation or funeral services at the funeral home. The family has chosen cremation. He was born May 14, 1959 in Kettle, Ky. He was a laborer performing odd jobs and enjoyed fishing.…

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Jackson Co. Sentinel 2-23-16

John Murry deKnoblough Jr. Construction Worker John Murry deKnoblough Jr., 64, passed away Feb. 4 in Bloomington Springs. Private memorial services will be conducted. Anderson-Upper Cumberland Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. He was born May 18, 1951 in Columbia, Tenn. He was a construction worker. He was preceded in death by his parents,…

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Recent News

Oakley Farm Donated To TTU

A gift by university supporters Millard and J.J. Oakley has increased the size of Tennessee Tech’s campus by 1,400 acres. The Oakleys have donated a large portion of their farm, located in Overton County, along with the livestock and equipment on the property, to Tech – a donation valued at more than $9 million. For…

Read More
Hospital To Pay For Two Police Officers

Two new police officers will be patrolling the streets of Livingston and the halls of Livingston Regional Hospital after the Livingston Mayor and Board of Aldermen last night approved an agreement between the hospital and the city. LRH will provide $66,000 in funding annually for two night shift officers. The plan is for those officers…

Read More
Tractor Supply May Come To Livingston

The Livingston Municipal Planning Commission has given the OK to the final site plan for a proposed truck garage to be located on East Main Street, and Tractor Supply may be locating in Livingston. The property is owned by planning commission member Robert Jolley, who stepped away from that role to explain his plans. For…

Read More
School Board Reviews Test Scores

The most recent data that was made available to the Overton County school system shows that achievement has improved in several areas, while others still need work. Vickie Eldridge, the Assistant Director of Schools, reviewed some of the numbers in a presentation to the Overton County Board of Education last week. For more on this…

Read More
Highway Patrol Steps Up Distracted Driving Enforcement

Some Overton County drivers got something of a surprise on Friday as they were unexpectedly pulled over for violating the state law against distracted driving. Offi cials with the Tennessee Highway Patrol converged on the county to conduct an operation intended to make drivers more aware of the dangers of such behavior. “What we’re doing…

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Mole Project Winners At Livingston Academy

Students in Kimberly Thorpe’s chemistry class at Livingston Academy participated in “Mole Projects” this semester. Winning first place for their presentation of Monald Trump and Molary Clinton were Katlyn Phipps and Devin Matthews. 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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