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Road Construction Continues…

Celina highway in front of UCEMC is still currently under construction and the date of completion is set for July 31, 2018. Once complete, the section of SR-52 from near Oakley-Allons Road to Allred Street will be four lanes with shoulders and ditches and a center turning lane. The section of SR-52 from Allred Street…

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Three Injured In Rollover Wreck

A rollover accident Friday in the Hilham community sent three people to the hospital. According to a report from the Tennessee Highway Patrol, a 1987 Chevrolet S-10 pickup was traveling north on Hwy. 136 when it ran off the right side of the roadway, traveled in the north ditch line, struck an earth embankment and…

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Back To School Bash Held

Many people attended the Back To School Bash held at Livingston Academy Monday night. Free school supplies, food and bounce houses were there for anyone to partake in. Jadyn Stang and SRO Officer Keith Smith were among the many that came out to enjoy the night. For more on this story, pick up a copy…

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Governor Announces 1.2 Million TCAT Grant

The local technology center will soon be expanding, thanks to a grant announced by the Governor Monday. Yesterday Governor Bill Haslam visited the Tennessee College of Applied Technology Livingston (TCAT Livingston) to deliver an economic and community development work-force grant worth $1.2 million to go toward expansions at the local TCAT center and Upperman High…

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The Fairest Of Them All…

Pictured are, from left: first runner up Leah Jean Parker, daughter of Keith Parker and the late Rhonda Parker; Fairest of The Fair winner and most photogenic Amy Rogers, daughter of Derek and Crystal Romines; 2016 Fairest of The Fair Makinsey Faith Perdue; second runner up Lakyn Conner and third runner up and Miss Congeniality,…

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Back-To-School Bash Is Monday

To many, the definition of the word community means more than people that live in the same geographic location, it is knowing those people can come together for a cause greater than themselves. On July 31, from 5 until 7:30 p.m., the Overton County school system will be holding it’s third annual “Back-to-School Bash” at…

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Obituaries

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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Enterprise 2-16-16

Bobby Glen Vaughn Upholsterer Bobby Glen Vaughn, 59, of Gainesboro, passed away Feb. 8 at his home. Memorial services were held Feb. 13 from the chapel of Speck Funeral Home with Bro. David Beaty officiating. He was born Jan. 17, 1957 in Livingston. He worked as an upholsterer. He was preceded in death by his…

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Recent News

Road Construction Continues…

Celina highway in front of UCEMC is still currently under construction and the date of completion is set for July 31, 2018. Once complete, the section of SR-52 from near Oakley-Allons Road to Allred Street will be four lanes with shoulders and ditches and a center turning lane. The section of SR-52 from Allred Street…

Read More
Three Injured In Rollover Wreck

A rollover accident Friday in the Hilham community sent three people to the hospital. According to a report from the Tennessee Highway Patrol, a 1987 Chevrolet S-10 pickup was traveling north on Hwy. 136 when it ran off the right side of the roadway, traveled in the north ditch line, struck an earth embankment and…

Read More
Back To School Bash Held

Many people attended the Back To School Bash held at Livingston Academy Monday night. Free school supplies, food and bounce houses were there for anyone to partake in. Jadyn Stang and SRO Officer Keith Smith were among the many that came out to enjoy the night. For more on this story, pick up a copy…

Read More
Governor Announces 1.2 Million TCAT Grant

The local technology center will soon be expanding, thanks to a grant announced by the Governor Monday. Yesterday Governor Bill Haslam visited the Tennessee College of Applied Technology Livingston (TCAT Livingston) to deliver an economic and community development work-force grant worth $1.2 million to go toward expansions at the local TCAT center and Upperman High…

Read More
The Fairest Of Them All…

Pictured are, from left: first runner up Leah Jean Parker, daughter of Keith Parker and the late Rhonda Parker; Fairest of The Fair winner and most photogenic Amy Rogers, daughter of Derek and Crystal Romines; 2016 Fairest of The Fair Makinsey Faith Perdue; second runner up Lakyn Conner and third runner up and Miss Congeniality,…

Read More
Back-To-School Bash Is Monday

To many, the definition of the word community means more than people that live in the same geographic location, it is knowing those people can come together for a cause greater than themselves. On July 31, from 5 until 7:30 p.m., the Overton County school system will be holding it’s third annual “Back-to-School Bash” at…

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