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Legion Renovations Continue

The American Legion Quonset hut downtown is currently undergoing a facelift on its exterior. Ol’ Shane Masonry has been hired with the task of taking the old bricks off the front of the building and replacing with all new bricks. After the brickwork is complete, there comes the task of putting in the new foam…

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Stay On The Safe Side For The Eclipse

A total solar eclipse may be regarded as a once in a lifetime experience for some, but if eye safety precautions are neglected, it can lead to permanent eye damage or even blindness. “Solar retinopathy can happen to those who don’t wear the right glasses or any at all,” said Dr. Ralph H. Mullins from…

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Jr. Lady Wildcats Soccer Team Starts Season 2-0

The Overton County Jr. Lady Wildcats were in action with two games last week.  On Aug. 8, they were at home taking on the Cumberland County United team.   Overton County won this contest 5-0. The Jr. Lady Wildcats came out very aggressive offensively by scoring three goals in the first half.   Lilly Copeland scored the first…

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Man Is Hit On Oakley-Allons Road

A man inquiring about lawn care wound up going to the hospital instead last Friday. Thomas Vettraino was speaking with two boys about lawn care near the road in front of his home when an oncoming vehicle struck him Friday morning. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston Enterprise…

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School Board Ok’s Latin Grading At Livingston Academy

School board members decided to approve the use of the Latin grading system for high school students after discussing it with Livingston Academy principal Jake Asberry and counselor Vanessa Farris during last week’s work session of the board. The current system has some setbacks—it penalizes students who take dual-enrollment classes, some classes aren’t weighted fairly…

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National Night Out…

The Livingston Police Department hosted the National Night Out at the new central park Tuesday, August 1. The Livingston Public Safety had a house fire demo and allowed children to through it to see what it was like and what you were suppose to do during a fire. Bentlee Phillips (left) and Bentley Murphy (right)…

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Obituaries

Obits 4/25/17

John Dennis “J.D.” Beck USPS Postmaster John Dennis Beck, 77 of Rickman passed away on Friday, April 7.A rosary service was held on April 11 from the chapel of Hall Funeral Home of Livingston and a memorial Service was held at St. Thomas Aquinas in Cookeville Thursday, April 20th. He was born in Lexington, Kentucky…

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Obits 4/18/17

Ann Maxwell Turner Ann Maxwell Turner, 83, of Hendersonville and formerly of Hilham, passed away March 21. Funeral services were held March 25 at Hendersonville First United Methodist Church with Rev. Randy Goodman officiating. Interment followed in Woodlawn Memorial Park. She graduated from Livingston Academy in 1951. She was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother and…

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Obits 4/11/17

Mazelle Coffee Mazelle Coffee, 83, of Livingston, passed away April 2 at Livingston Regional Hospital. Funeral services were held April 5 from the chapel of the Livingston Funeral Home with Bro. Cleston Ledbetter officiating. Interment followed in the Coffee Family Cemetery in Livingston. She was born in Overton County on May 30, 1933. She loved…

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Recent News

Legion Renovations Continue

The American Legion Quonset hut downtown is currently undergoing a facelift on its exterior. Ol’ Shane Masonry has been hired with the task of taking the old bricks off the front of the building and replacing with all new bricks. After the brickwork is complete, there comes the task of putting in the new foam…

Read More
Stay On The Safe Side For The Eclipse

A total solar eclipse may be regarded as a once in a lifetime experience for some, but if eye safety precautions are neglected, it can lead to permanent eye damage or even blindness. “Solar retinopathy can happen to those who don’t wear the right glasses or any at all,” said Dr. Ralph H. Mullins from…

Read More
Jr. Lady Wildcats Soccer Team Starts Season 2-0

The Overton County Jr. Lady Wildcats were in action with two games last week.  On Aug. 8, they were at home taking on the Cumberland County United team.   Overton County won this contest 5-0. The Jr. Lady Wildcats came out very aggressive offensively by scoring three goals in the first half.   Lilly Copeland scored the first…

Read More
Man Is Hit On Oakley-Allons Road

A man inquiring about lawn care wound up going to the hospital instead last Friday. Thomas Vettraino was speaking with two boys about lawn care near the road in front of his home when an oncoming vehicle struck him Friday morning. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston Enterprise…

Read More
School Board Ok’s Latin Grading At Livingston Academy

School board members decided to approve the use of the Latin grading system for high school students after discussing it with Livingston Academy principal Jake Asberry and counselor Vanessa Farris during last week’s work session of the board. The current system has some setbacks—it penalizes students who take dual-enrollment classes, some classes aren’t weighted fairly…

Read More
National Night Out…

The Livingston Police Department hosted the National Night Out at the new central park Tuesday, August 1. The Livingston Public Safety had a house fire demo and allowed children to through it to see what it was like and what you were suppose to do during a fire. Bentlee Phillips (left) and Bentley Murphy (right)…

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