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Livingston Central Park Officially Opens

Friday afternoon children splashed and parents laughed. Music echoed down South Spring Street as the dreams and hard work of so many finally came to fruition with the grand opening of the Central Park in Livingston. “Folks, this has been a long time coming,” said Mayor Curtis Hayes standing on the Rotary Main Stage Friday…

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Improve Act Provides $15 Million To Fund Projects Here

Last Tuesday afternoon, the Transportation Coalition of Tennessee held a news conference in Livingston to discuss the impact of Governor Bill Haslam’s IMPROVE Act on Overton County. The act is intended to prioritize 962 road projects across all of Tennessee’s 95 counties, addressing a $10.5 billion backlog in repairs and updates. The referendum also includes…

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Rough Ride

Josh Stroope was driving this vehicle on Tommy Dodson Highway when he lost control, hit the ditch, jumped a driveway and plowed to a stop 20 yards down the road last Friday. Stroope told the Enterprise a driver swerved into his lane causing him to swerve and lose control of the vehicle. The Hardy’s Chapel…

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Principal Of The Year

Rickman Elementary Principal Donnie Holman was awarded principal of the year for the Upper Cumberland recently. Mike Gilpatrick presented him with a framed certificate at last Tuesday’s school board meeting. 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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Standing Stone Ribbon Cutting Renovated

Standing Stone Park welcomed members of the Overton County Chamber of Commerce for a ribbon Cutting last Thursday to celebrate the renovations of the Tea Room and Board Room. 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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American Legion Poppy Days

During the special month of May, we take time to honor and remember those who never came home. Connecting the visual image of the poppy with the sacrifice of service made by our veterans has been an important goal of the American Legion Auxiliary Poppy Program since its inception in 1921. On Memorial Day and…

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Obituaries

Enterprise 12-1-15

Charlene G. Mullins TTU Professor A Celebration of Life for Charlene G. Mullins, 89, of Cookeville, was held at 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 22, in the sanctuary of Cookeville First Baptist Church. Interment followed in the Cookeville City Cemetery. Mrs. Mullins passed away suddenly Thursday evening, Nov. 19, 2015, at her home. She was born Jan.…

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Citizen Statesman 11-24-15

Edward Durell “Duke” Ashlock U.S. Army Corp of Engineers Edward Durell “Duke” Ashlock, 76, of the Pea Ridge Community of Clay County, passed away Nov. 17 at the Cumberland River Hospital in Celina. Funeral services were conducted Nov. 19 from the chapel of Hall Funeral Home of Celina with Bro. Ken Miller officiating. Interment followed…

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Jackson Co. Sentinel 11-24-15

Charles E. Collier Retired Law Enforcement Charles E. Collier, 64, passed away Nov. 14 at his residence. Funeral services were held Nov. 16 at Anderson-Upper Cumberland Funeral Home with Bro. Jimmy Anderson officiating. Interment followed at the Collier Family cemetery. Charles E. Collier was born Aug. 10, 1951 in Jackson County. He was a retired…

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Recent News

Livingston Central Park Officially Opens

Friday afternoon children splashed and parents laughed. Music echoed down South Spring Street as the dreams and hard work of so many finally came to fruition with the grand opening of the Central Park in Livingston. “Folks, this has been a long time coming,” said Mayor Curtis Hayes standing on the Rotary Main Stage Friday…

Read More
Improve Act Provides $15 Million To Fund Projects Here

Last Tuesday afternoon, the Transportation Coalition of Tennessee held a news conference in Livingston to discuss the impact of Governor Bill Haslam’s IMPROVE Act on Overton County. The act is intended to prioritize 962 road projects across all of Tennessee’s 95 counties, addressing a $10.5 billion backlog in repairs and updates. The referendum also includes…

Read More
Rough Ride

Josh Stroope was driving this vehicle on Tommy Dodson Highway when he lost control, hit the ditch, jumped a driveway and plowed to a stop 20 yards down the road last Friday. Stroope told the Enterprise a driver swerved into his lane causing him to swerve and lose control of the vehicle. The Hardy’s Chapel…

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Principal Of The Year

Rickman Elementary Principal Donnie Holman was awarded principal of the year for the Upper Cumberland recently. Mike Gilpatrick presented him with a framed certificate at last Tuesday’s school board meeting. 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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Standing Stone Ribbon Cutting Renovated

Standing Stone Park welcomed members of the Overton County Chamber of Commerce for a ribbon Cutting last Thursday to celebrate the renovations of the Tea Room and Board Room. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston Enterprise on newsstands now, or subscribe online at livingstonenterprise.net.

Read More
American Legion Poppy Days

During the special month of May, we take time to honor and remember those who never came home. Connecting the visual image of the poppy with the sacrifice of service made by our veterans has been an important goal of the American Legion Auxiliary Poppy Program since its inception in 1921. On Memorial Day and…

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