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Package Liquor Referendum Passes

Livingston will see two new faces as aldermen as a result of the recent election, as well as package liquor sales. The three candidates with the most votes elected in this year’s race, second of four elections held this year, are to serve Livingston as aldermen. The election included a referendum for packaged liquor sales…

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Police Save Woman

A Livingston woman, identified as Grace Kuykendall, sustained serious injuries after a residence near the public square caught fire on Saturday night, causing burn and smoke damage to the rear of the home. According to Fire Chief Rocky Dial, the Livingston Police Department (LPD) and Livingston Volunteer Fire Department responded to the burning house after…

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City Residents Could See Tax Increase

Residents of Livingston could see a property tax increase and will see a water rate increase in the new fiscal year, depending upon which budget option the Board of Aldermen decide to go with. Mayor Curtis Hayes outlined several options at a budget work session of the aldermen Thursday night, giving three budget options and…

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Law Enforcement Looking For Handy

Alternative motorized vehicle convicted thief Dakota Wayne Handy, 21 of Rickman, has reportedly been notified to the National Crime and Information Center (NCIC) as a “wanted person” after reportedly stealing a mountain bike in Memphis with an accomplice to pedal away from a drug rehabilitation center. As reported in a recent edition of the Livingston…

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Roland Digital Media v. City of Livingston

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Physical Therapist Facing Forgery Charges

An investigation by Special Agents with the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has resulted in the arrest of a Livingston physical therapist on forgery charges. At the request of 13th District Attorney General Bryant Dunaway, on October 6, 2017, TBI Agents began investigating Dustin Rich on allegations of TennCare fraud.…

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Obituaries

Obits 5/29/18

James Edward Brown James Edward Brown, 70 of Hilham, passed away on May 24 in the comfort of his home. Graveside services were held at Campground Cemetery on May 25. Bro. Doug Hawkins officiated. Speck Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. He was born in Jackson County on Sept. 18, 1947. He dearly…

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Obits 5/22/18

  Emojean Ray Adcock Chrysler Emojean Ray Adcock, 95 of Wayne, Mich. and formerly of Allons, passed from this life on May 12 in Westland, Mich. Funeral services were held on May 19 from the chapel of Speck Funeral Home. Interment followed in the Overton County Memorial Gardens. She was born in Allons on May…

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Obits 5/15/18

Jewel Hinson Jewel Hinson, 90 of the Tyler Point Community Of Monterey, passed away on May 6 at the Cookeville Regional Medical Center. Funeral services were held on May 9 at the Tyler Point Freewill Baptist Church. Interment followed in the Tyler Point Cemetery. Bro. Nolan Cantrell and Bro. Roger Sisco officiated. Goff Funeral Home…

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Recent News

Package Liquor Referendum Passes

Livingston will see two new faces as aldermen as a result of the recent election, as well as package liquor sales. The three candidates with the most votes elected in this year’s race, second of four elections held this year, are to serve Livingston as aldermen. The election included a referendum for packaged liquor sales…

Read More
Police Save Woman

A Livingston woman, identified as Grace Kuykendall, sustained serious injuries after a residence near the public square caught fire on Saturday night, causing burn and smoke damage to the rear of the home. According to Fire Chief Rocky Dial, the Livingston Police Department (LPD) and Livingston Volunteer Fire Department responded to the burning house after…

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City Residents Could See Tax Increase

Residents of Livingston could see a property tax increase and will see a water rate increase in the new fiscal year, depending upon which budget option the Board of Aldermen decide to go with. Mayor Curtis Hayes outlined several options at a budget work session of the aldermen Thursday night, giving three budget options and…

Read More
Law Enforcement Looking For Handy

Alternative motorized vehicle convicted thief Dakota Wayne Handy, 21 of Rickman, has reportedly been notified to the National Crime and Information Center (NCIC) as a “wanted person” after reportedly stealing a mountain bike in Memphis with an accomplice to pedal away from a drug rehabilitation center. As reported in a recent edition of the Livingston…

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Roland Digital Media v. City of Livingston
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Physical Therapist Facing Forgery Charges

An investigation by Special Agents with the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has resulted in the arrest of a Livingston physical therapist on forgery charges. At the request of 13th District Attorney General Bryant Dunaway, on October 6, 2017, TBI Agents began investigating Dustin Rich on allegations of TennCare fraud.…

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