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Drunk Driving Enforcement To Step Up For Labor Day

The end of summer is traditionally marked by the Labor Day holiday, a time for our country to reflect on the hard work of our fellow Americans. The long weekend is typically celebrated through picnics, pool parties and barbeques, as families and friends enjoy the last few days of summer before fall and winter approach.…

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Speed Limit Changes Coming For Three Roads

During the safety committee meeting last week it was approved to change the speed limits on Roaring River, Moore and Anderson roads. Roaring River road’s new speed limit is now 15 mph, Moore road is now 25 mph and Anderson road is now 35 mph. “They’re flying on these county roads and there’s no reason…

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Wildcats Open The Season With A Win

During the football game August 18 at Sparta, the L.A. Wildcats slayed the Sparta Warriors The Wildcats came ready to start their season off with a win. They were determined to play their hardest during the whole game. The score of 35-0 can show how well they played. The Wildcats scored early in the game…

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Holman In Running For Statewide Honor

They are usually the first ones in the school building in the morning and the last ones to leave at night. They oversee all of the children who walk through their doors. Each day they have to play good cop and bad cop and try to be tough but fair. This can be both a…

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Central Park Is Flooded With Eclipse Viewers

Livingston’s new Central Park saw its biggest crowd yet on Monday, as hundreds turned out to view the total eclipse. Heidi Ellison was one of the eclipse watchers. “We drove down from Indianapolis. We’ve made a weekend of it. We stayed with some friends at Dale Hollow, and it’s just been beautiful and totally worth…

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Legion Renovations Continue

The American Legion Quonset hut downtown is currently undergoing a facelift on its exterior. Ol’ Shane Masonry has been hired with the task of taking the old bricks off the front of the building and replacing with all new bricks. After the brickwork is complete, there comes the task of putting in the new foam…

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Obituaries

Citizen Statesman 6-30-15

Reba Averitt Napier Girl Scout Leader Reba Averitt Napier, 94 of Glasgow, Ky. and formerly of Celina, passed away June 23 at Diversicare of Glasgow. Funeral services were held June 27 at the Celina United Methodist Church. Interment followed in the Fitzgerald Cemetery. Visitation was held at A.F. Crow & Son Funeral Home. Reba Averitt…

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Jackson Co. Sentinel 6-30-15

Shirley Ann Dailey Heady Assembly line worker Shirley Ann Dailey Heady, 65, passed away June 23 at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. Funeral services were held June 25 at Anderson – Upper Cumberland Funeral Home with Bro. Jimmy Anderson officiating. Interment followed at Rob Draper Memorial Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made…

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Enterprise 6-30-15

Ruth R. Hunter Ruth R Hunter, 86, of Allons passed away June 21 at her residence. Funeral services were held June 24 from the chapel of Hall Funeral Home of Livingston with interment in the Hunter Cove Cemetery in Allons. She was born in Livingston on October 11, 1928.Ruth was a member of the Fellowship…

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Drunk Driving Enforcement To Step Up For Labor Day

The end of summer is traditionally marked by the Labor Day holiday, a time for our country to reflect on the hard work of our fellow Americans. The long weekend is typically celebrated through picnics, pool parties and barbeques, as families and friends enjoy the last few days of summer before fall and winter approach.…

Read More
Speed Limit Changes Coming For Three Roads

During the safety committee meeting last week it was approved to change the speed limits on Roaring River, Moore and Anderson roads. Roaring River road’s new speed limit is now 15 mph, Moore road is now 25 mph and Anderson road is now 35 mph. “They’re flying on these county roads and there’s no reason…

Read More
Wildcats Open The Season With A Win

During the football game August 18 at Sparta, the L.A. Wildcats slayed the Sparta Warriors The Wildcats came ready to start their season off with a win. They were determined to play their hardest during the whole game. The score of 35-0 can show how well they played. The Wildcats scored early in the game…

Read More
Holman In Running For Statewide Honor

They are usually the first ones in the school building in the morning and the last ones to leave at night. They oversee all of the children who walk through their doors. Each day they have to play good cop and bad cop and try to be tough but fair. This can be both a…

Read More
Central Park Is Flooded With Eclipse Viewers

Livingston’s new Central Park saw its biggest crowd yet on Monday, as hundreds turned out to view the total eclipse. Heidi Ellison was one of the eclipse watchers. “We drove down from Indianapolis. We’ve made a weekend of it. We stayed with some friends at Dale Hollow, and it’s just been beautiful and totally worth…

Read More
Legion Renovations Continue

The American Legion Quonset hut downtown is currently undergoing a facelift on its exterior. Ol’ Shane Masonry has been hired with the task of taking the old bricks off the front of the building and replacing with all new bricks. After the brickwork is complete, there comes the task of putting in the new foam…

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