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Alderman Meeting Held Monday
Sheriff's Dept. Recovers 4-Wheelers
LA Students Receive Scholarships

Alderman Meeting Held Monday
By Dewain E. Peek

The Livingston Board of Aldermen held its regular monthly meeting Monday, Sept. 6 with Alderman Johnny Halfacre absent.

In new business, Annette Norrod and Frank Martin were appointed to work on the County Wide 20-Year Growth Plan.

The Board authorized allowing the police department to try out a cellular service link system and purchase the service if it is satisfactory.

A portion of an alley was sold to Pug Lee for $100.

The Board voted to seek bids for a backhoe.

In old business, the Board accepted John Heath's resignation as city judge. Health was one reason given for his resignation.

Kelly Williams was appointed as city judge. Williams had been serving as an interim judge in Heath's absence.

Wanda Silver was transferred from dispatcher to police officer to replace an officer who resigned.

Josh Nave was hired as a dispatcher to replace Silver.

The meeting adjourned.

 

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Sheriff's Dept. Recovers 4-Wheelers

Several reported stolen four-wheelers and a couple of motorcycles were recovered on Thursday, Sept. 2 after an investigation by the Overton County Sheriff's Department.

A search warrant was executed by Capt. James D. Harris and other members of the Sheriff's Dept., with assistance from Troy Human, an agent with CID, at an Upper Hilham Road residence last Thursday. Parts of stolen four-wheelers were allegedly found at the residence, along with the keys to stolen four-wheelers. A 1984 Pontiac Trans Am was seized in the case as being used to transport stolen property, and four-wheelers and motorcycles with alleged stolen parts were seized.

During investigation of stolen four-wheelers, a Yamaha Warrior was found stripped in a barn on the Overton-Clay County line, and other parts were located in several different places across the county, according to the Sheriff's Dept.

So far, four suspects have been identified in the investigation, one is an adult and the other three are juveniles. The case against the adult will be presented during the next session of the Overton County Grand Jury, and the juveniles will be taken to the next Juvenile Court.

The case is still under investigation by Capt. Harris.

 

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LA Students Receive Scholarships
By Dewain E. Peek

A scholarship was recently awarded to seniors enrolled in the dual English class at Livingston Academy and Volunteer State Community College at Livingston. The scholarship pays for the dual English class offered to seniors for a college credit during school hours. The program is in its third year. On hand for the scholarship announcement are Cayce Parsons, Beth Brady, Heather Boswell, Christy Poston, Courtney Peterman, Scottie Carr, Scott McMillen of Vol State, LA Principal Gary Ledbetter, and guidance counselors Robin Gaw and Pat Austin.


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