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Governor Touts Importance Of Masks

December 1, 2020

Tennessee newspaper reporters congregated in a community call with Governor Bill Lee on Wednesday afternoon and heard updates surrounding COVID-19 as case numbers, hospitalizations and deaths continue to ravage many communities. The day of the teleconference Tennessee had a total of 39,406 active cases, 2,183 hospitalizations and 4,466 deaths. The state remains a hotspot in…

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Vickie Bertram: Unfinished Business Part 3

December 1, 2020

By Kathryn Kopp with Todd Matthews Editor’s Note: Kathryn Kopp, a published author of over thirty years has joined forces with Todd Matthews, who brings thirty plus years of determination and dedication to the research involving those unable to speak for themselves, as a respected and well-known cold case sleuth, whose diligent works are found…

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O’ Christmas Tree…

December 1, 2020

Town of Livingston employees erected the community tree last Tuesday on the Courthouse Square and it was decorated by Jennifer Officer of Keaton’s Place. The new ornament display was funded by the Downtown Revitalization Committee.

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Wildcats Play Holiday Games

December 1, 2020

The Wildcat basketball teams of Livingston Academy hit the road this past week to compete in Thanksgiving tournaments in eastern Tennessee. The Lady Wildcats kicked off the action on Tuesday with the first game of their tournament ,which took place at Farragut High School. The girls began their tournament by playing the Lady Patriots of…

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Health Council Discusses COVID-19

December 1, 2020

The Upper Cumberland Health Council met in a virtual meeting with health professionals across the region to discuss the regional situation surrounding COVID-19. Upper Cumberland Regional Medical Director Dr. Don Grisham shared a presentation with information concerning COVID-19. According to Grisham, there has been a jump of 75% in the last 2 weeks with every…

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Renewed Support For Childcare

December 1, 2020

The Tennessee Department of Human Services (TDHS) is announcing the continuation of a grant program that’s already helped strengthen early childhood education in more than 1,200 licensed childcare providers across the state. The department launched the first round of the Support and Enhancement Grant program with the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee in October 2019.…

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Obituaries

Obituaries 12/1/20

December 1, 2020

Hallie Looper Hallie B. Looper, 99, of the Spring Creek Community passed away Nov. 18 from the NHC in Cookeville. Private graveside services were held at Harris Chapel Cemetery. Bro. Mark Loftis officiated. She was born on May 5, 1921. She was a member of the Netherland Church of Christ. Through the years she came…

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Obituaries 11/24/20

November 24, 2020

William Winningham, Jr. William Lansden Winningham, Jr. better known as “Billy Kidd”, 61, of Knoxville passed away Nov. 11 from his residence. Graveside services were held Nov. 21 from the Good Hope Annex Cemetery. Rev. James Shenko officiated. He was born in Livingston March 3, 1959. He was a staple in the Knoxville area as…

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Obituaries 11/17/20

November 17, 2020

Jo Ann Downs Jo Ann Marie Graves Downs, 78, of the Hardys Chapel Community passed away Nov. 8 from her residence. Funeral services were held Nov. 11 at the chapel of Livingston Funeral Home. Interment followed in the Crabtree Family Cemetery. Bro. Matthew Hull officiated. She was born in Ohio on Dec. 11, 1941. Baptist…

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Recent News

Governor Touts Importance Of Masks

December 1, 2020

Tennessee newspaper reporters congregated in a community call with Governor Bill Lee on Wednesday afternoon and heard updates surrounding COVID-19 as case numbers, hospitalizations and deaths continue to ravage many communities. The day of the teleconference Tennessee had a total of 39,406 active cases, 2,183 hospitalizations and 4,466 deaths. The state remains a hotspot in…

Read More

Vickie Bertram: Unfinished Business Part 3

December 1, 2020

By Kathryn Kopp with Todd Matthews Editor’s Note: Kathryn Kopp, a published author of over thirty years has joined forces with Todd Matthews, who brings thirty plus years of determination and dedication to the research involving those unable to speak for themselves, as a respected and well-known cold case sleuth, whose diligent works are found…

Read More

O’ Christmas Tree…

December 1, 2020

Town of Livingston employees erected the community tree last Tuesday on the Courthouse Square and it was decorated by Jennifer Officer of Keaton’s Place. The new ornament display was funded by the Downtown Revitalization Committee.

Read More

Wildcats Play Holiday Games

December 1, 2020

The Wildcat basketball teams of Livingston Academy hit the road this past week to compete in Thanksgiving tournaments in eastern Tennessee. The Lady Wildcats kicked off the action on Tuesday with the first game of their tournament ,which took place at Farragut High School. The girls began their tournament by playing the Lady Patriots of…

Read More

Health Council Discusses COVID-19

December 1, 2020

The Upper Cumberland Health Council met in a virtual meeting with health professionals across the region to discuss the regional situation surrounding COVID-19. Upper Cumberland Regional Medical Director Dr. Don Grisham shared a presentation with information concerning COVID-19. According to Grisham, there has been a jump of 75% in the last 2 weeks with every…

Read More

Renewed Support For Childcare

December 1, 2020

The Tennessee Department of Human Services (TDHS) is announcing the continuation of a grant program that’s already helped strengthen early childhood education in more than 1,200 licensed childcare providers across the state. The department launched the first round of the Support and Enhancement Grant program with the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee in October 2019.…

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