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LPD Is Set To Increase Patrols

The Livingston Police Department (LPD) released a statement last Friday concerning an increase in traffic enforcement. The press release stated: “The [LPD] would like to remind our citizens as our community begins to open up from the COVID-19 restrictions that more people are traveling on the roadways than they have during the past several months.…

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Push Is On For Area To Be Named As A Scenic Byway

The Dale Hollow Rural Planning Organization (RPO) held a joint meeting on Thursday between its technical committee and executive board to conduct business and discuss upcoming projects with the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT). One of the topics was making the area designated as a scenic byway. The meeting, which was held remotely via videoconference,…

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Unemployment Reaches Historic High

Statistics released by the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development show a staggering increase in unemployment for each of Tennessee’s 95 counties in April as many businesses closed to help slow the spread of COVID-19. The unprecedented and historic spike in unemployment impacted some counties more drastically than others, but no area of Tennessee…

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Clerk Guilty Of Embezzlement

The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office, working in conjunction with the Tennessee Department of Revenue, has completed an investigation resulting in the guilty plea of former Jackson County Clerk Amanda Stafford. Auditors and investigators with the Comptroller’s office determined that Stafford stole at least $25,643 between May 2018 and December 2019. The theft was first discovered when…

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To Sell… Or Not To Sell

A Town Hall meeting was held last Thursday by city officials, giving 2019 flood victims a platform to voice their concern surrounding the city’s recent decision to apply for a Hazard Mitigation grant that would allow affected home and business owners an opportunity to sell their property to the city at fair market value. As…

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Revitalization Updates Given

The Town of Livingston Board of Mayor and Alderman met in-person for the first time in two months amid COVID-19 and discussed progress on the Downtown Revitalization efforts. Downtown Revitalization Committee Chairman Ray Evans was present and provided updates concerning the committee progress on various projects. As previously reported in the Livingston Enterprise, Evans informed…

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Obituaries

Obituaries 6/2/20

Fred C. White Funeral services for Mr. Fred C. White, age 72 of Algood, were held Tuesday, June 2 at 1 p.m. in the Hooper Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home. Bro. Mark Gaw officiated. Interment followed in the Good Hope Cemetery in Overton County. Fred died Friday May 29 at his home. He was born…

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Obituaries 5/26/20

Harold S. Gore Harold S. Gore, 77, of Livingston passed away May 17 from the Livingston Regional Hospital. Private funeral services were held May 19. Interment followed in the Holly Springs Cemetery. Masonic services were held at graveside. Bro. Bruce Mullinix officiated. He was born on July 4, 1942 in Overton County. He was a…

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Obituaries 5/19/20

Jackie Daniel Puckett Jackie Daniel Puckett, 69, of Monroe passed away May 9 from Livingston Regional Hospital. Graveside services were held at the Good Hope Cemetery with military honors provided at graveside by the Overton County Veterans Honor Guard. He was born in Detroit, Mich. on Feb. 8, 1951. He was a Christian and a…

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Recent News

LPD Is Set To Increase Patrols

The Livingston Police Department (LPD) released a statement last Friday concerning an increase in traffic enforcement. The press release stated: “The [LPD] would like to remind our citizens as our community begins to open up from the COVID-19 restrictions that more people are traveling on the roadways than they have during the past several months.…

Read More
Push Is On For Area To Be Named As A Scenic Byway

The Dale Hollow Rural Planning Organization (RPO) held a joint meeting on Thursday between its technical committee and executive board to conduct business and discuss upcoming projects with the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT). One of the topics was making the area designated as a scenic byway. The meeting, which was held remotely via videoconference,…

Read More
Unemployment Reaches Historic High

Statistics released by the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development show a staggering increase in unemployment for each of Tennessee’s 95 counties in April as many businesses closed to help slow the spread of COVID-19. The unprecedented and historic spike in unemployment impacted some counties more drastically than others, but no area of Tennessee…

Read More
Clerk Guilty Of Embezzlement

The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office, working in conjunction with the Tennessee Department of Revenue, has completed an investigation resulting in the guilty plea of former Jackson County Clerk Amanda Stafford. Auditors and investigators with the Comptroller’s office determined that Stafford stole at least $25,643 between May 2018 and December 2019. The theft was first discovered when…

Read More
To Sell… Or Not To Sell

A Town Hall meeting was held last Thursday by city officials, giving 2019 flood victims a platform to voice their concern surrounding the city’s recent decision to apply for a Hazard Mitigation grant that would allow affected home and business owners an opportunity to sell their property to the city at fair market value. As…

Read More
Revitalization Updates Given

The Town of Livingston Board of Mayor and Alderman met in-person for the first time in two months amid COVID-19 and discussed progress on the Downtown Revitalization efforts. Downtown Revitalization Committee Chairman Ray Evans was present and provided updates concerning the committee progress on various projects. As previously reported in the Livingston Enterprise, Evans informed…

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