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Four injured in head-on collision on Highway 52
Head-on collision occurs on Allen's Chapel Road
Chamber of Commerce to hold workshop

 

 

Four injured in head-on collision on Highway 52

Mica Stewart/OCN staff

Four persons were transported to Livingston Regional Hospital following a head-on collision on Highway 52 near the Fentress County line around 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 6. According to reports, a silver 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee, driven by Harmie Thompson, 57, was attempting to turn into a driveway from the eastbound lane and crossed into the path of a red 1992 Toyota pickup driven westward by Jesse Howard, 23. When the pickup topped a nearby blind hill, it collided head-on with the Jeep. The Jeep's driver was apparently uninjured, but two passengers, Anna Thompson, 53, and Makali Thompson, 8, were transported by Overton CountyAmbulance Service to LRH. The truck's driver and a passenger, Margie Howard, 41, were also injured, and were transported by ambulance to LRH. Trooper Marty Philpot of Tennessee Highway Patrol investigated the incident.

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Head-on collision occurs on Allen's Chapel Road

Carson Oliver/OCN

Debris lay scattered on Allen's Chapel Road after a head-on collision around 5:20 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 2. According to reports, Janice Manire, 60, was driving a burgundy 1989 Pontiac Grand Am toward Gainesboro on Allen's Chapel Road, when, at an intersection just across the Jackson County line, the car slid across the slick road into the path of a Ford truck driven by James Bartlett, 67.

 

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Chamber of Commerce to hold workshop

Livingston-Overton County Chamber of Commerce and University of Tennessee Agricultural Extension Service will conduct a workshop on computerized financial record keeping practices for small businesses and organizations.

The workshop will be held from Tuesday, Sept. 23 through Thursday, Sept. 25, from 8:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. each day, at the Livingston-Overton County Chamber of Commerce building in Livingston.

The computer software used to teach the workshop will be QuickBooks Pro 2003. Topics covered include payroll, inventory management, accounts receivable and payable, estimates and proposals, tax records and reports (including payroll and sales taxes), and marketing database information, along with many other topics.

Time is built in for answering questions related to specific business problems encountered by workshop participants.

The workshop will be "hands-on" in nature, with each participant having the use of a laptop computer for the duration of the workshop. An instruction manual will be furnished for the workshop and given to the participant for future use.

The charge for the workshop is $150 for the first participant from a business, and $75 for a second participant from the same business if the two are willing to share a computer if needed. Space is limited to only 10 computers.

Refreshments will be provided for morning and afternoon breaks. The workshop will break for lunch each day, but participants will be responsible for their own lunch.

For further information or to make a reservation for the workshop call Overton County Extension Office at (931) 823-2735 or Livingston-Overton County Chamber of Office at (931) 823-6421 by September 15.

For information about the QuickBooks Pro program contact Jack McDaniel at (931) 788-1020.

 



   
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