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LA Wildcats Play Hard, Win Big Twice

April 20, 2021

By Jesse Fuhrman The constant factor of both of Livingston Academy’s wins this week was the ability to draw walks consistently. The Wildcats got to first quite a lot on the mistakes of the opposing pitcher. The first inning of Thursday’s game against Pickett County started with three straight walks for the Wildcats, before Aaron…

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School Board Honors Several

April 20, 2021

The Overton County Board of Education (OCBOE) met in regular session last Tuesday and honored several including: teachers receiving tenure, long-time and dedicated staff member and students with exemplary writing and storytelling. The OCBOE gave special recognition to several system teachers who received tenure last week. These educators had previously received tenure earlier in the…

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Occupancy Tax Approved For Tourism

April 20, 2021

Overton County Commissioners met in a budget committee meeting last Tuesday and allocated the Hotel Motel Tax revenue to be reserved for the Livingston-Overton County Chamber of Commerce and Highland Economic Partnership dues. The local occupancy tax, also known as the hotel-motel tax, is a tax imposed by local governments on the privilege of occupancy…

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LA Alumni Celebration Speakers Announced

April 20, 2021

The 2021 annual celebration for Livingston Academy is fast approaching. The featured speakers for this year’s event are Mike McCulley, Class of 1961; William Todd, D.O., Class of 1999 and Jonathan Maynard, Class of 2005. For a night of fun, food and reminiscing with classmates from years gone by, join in on April 24 at…

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Grant Made Available In Livingston For Façade Improvements

April 13, 2021

The City of Livingston through its Livingston Downtown Revitalization Committee (LDRC) is pleased to announce the establishment of a grant program to assist in the total restoration, renovation and repair of commercial building exteriors within Livingston Courthouse Square District. The Façade and Building Restoration Grant will assist property owners making capital improvements to building facades,…

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Troubles At Waterloo Continue

April 13, 2021

Overton County Commissioners met in a Highway and Property Committee meeting last Thursday and rejected a petition to make a portion of Virgil Murphy Circle a private road due to it’s “importance” to the community. This item comes to the committee some months after the same property owners requested for the Commission to rescind their…

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Obituaries 4/20/21

April 20, 2021

Vivian Adele Walker Vivian Adele Walker, 64, of Rickman, passed away from the Select Specialty Hospital on April 7. Services were held on April 10 from the chapel of Hall Funeral Home. Interment followed in the Harris Chapel cemetery. Bro. Jonathan Ledbetter officiated. She was born in Livingston on Oct. 3, 1956. She was a…

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Obituaries 4/13/21

April 13, 2021

Linda S. Paul Linda S. Paul, 65, of Rickman, passed away on April 3 from the Ascension Saint Thomas Hospital. Funeral services were held on April 6 from the chapel of Hall Funeral Home. Bro. John Mabrey officiated. Interment followed in the Beaty Cemetery in Monroe. She was born in Rickman on Sept. 8, 1955.…

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Obituaries 4/6/21

April 6, 2021

Deborah J. Pryor Deborah J. Pryor, 68, of Livingston, passed from this life on March 24 from Vanderbilt Medical Center. Funeral services were held on March 28 from the chapel of Speck Funeral Home. Bro. Bobby Gore and Bro. Danny Staggs officiated. Interment followed in the Potter West Cemetery. She was born in Overton County…

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Recent News

LA Wildcats Play Hard, Win Big Twice

April 20, 2021

By Jesse Fuhrman The constant factor of both of Livingston Academy’s wins this week was the ability to draw walks consistently. The Wildcats got to first quite a lot on the mistakes of the opposing pitcher. The first inning of Thursday’s game against Pickett County started with three straight walks for the Wildcats, before Aaron…

Read More

School Board Honors Several

April 20, 2021

The Overton County Board of Education (OCBOE) met in regular session last Tuesday and honored several including: teachers receiving tenure, long-time and dedicated staff member and students with exemplary writing and storytelling. The OCBOE gave special recognition to several system teachers who received tenure last week. These educators had previously received tenure earlier in the…

Read More

Occupancy Tax Approved For Tourism

April 20, 2021

Overton County Commissioners met in a budget committee meeting last Tuesday and allocated the Hotel Motel Tax revenue to be reserved for the Livingston-Overton County Chamber of Commerce and Highland Economic Partnership dues. The local occupancy tax, also known as the hotel-motel tax, is a tax imposed by local governments on the privilege of occupancy…

Read More

LA Alumni Celebration Speakers Announced

April 20, 2021

The 2021 annual celebration for Livingston Academy is fast approaching. The featured speakers for this year’s event are Mike McCulley, Class of 1961; William Todd, D.O., Class of 1999 and Jonathan Maynard, Class of 2005. For a night of fun, food and reminiscing with classmates from years gone by, join in on April 24 at…

Read More

Grant Made Available In Livingston For Façade Improvements

April 13, 2021

The City of Livingston through its Livingston Downtown Revitalization Committee (LDRC) is pleased to announce the establishment of a grant program to assist in the total restoration, renovation and repair of commercial building exteriors within Livingston Courthouse Square District. The Façade and Building Restoration Grant will assist property owners making capital improvements to building facades,…

Read More

Troubles At Waterloo Continue

April 13, 2021

Overton County Commissioners met in a Highway and Property Committee meeting last Thursday and rejected a petition to make a portion of Virgil Murphy Circle a private road due to it’s “importance” to the community. This item comes to the committee some months after the same property owners requested for the Commission to rescind their…

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