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Spring Nature Rally A Hit

Despite rain drenching the mid-state, dark clouds as far as the eye could see and the smell of dampened grass floating on a cool breeze, the atmosphere at the 14th annual Spring Nature Rally held at Standing Stone State Park was of excitement from the children in attendance and intellectual curiosity from the more seasoned…

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Nerdapalooza Takes Over Livingston Academy

A team from Livingston Academy were the winners of the Nerd Trivia contest at the First Annual Upper Cumberland Nerdapalooza at TTU in April A total of 42 students represented L.A. at the event, being presented with hands on projects in Nursing, Agriculture, Music, Herpetology, Physics and Engineering, Virtual Reality, Robotics and other “nerdy” activities.…

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Fire Results In One Taken To Hospital

An early evening fire call last Wednesday resulted in a person being taken to the emergency room. Livingston fire and police officials were dispatched to a home at 312 Celina Street around 6:30 p.m. Wednesday because the home was reportedly on fire. When officials arrived, they found what appeared to be a mattress that had…

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Van Rams Into Dump Truck

A Dodge Van hit a dump truck on Hwy. 52 Friday just after lunch, resulting in injuries to at least two people. The accident occurred in the construction zone at the Livingston City limits at 1:01 p.m. According to a report from the Tennessee Highway Patrol, a 1993 Dodge Van, driven by James Beachboard, 55…

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LMS Needing Class Pictures

After years without one, Livingston Middle School now has a copy of the 1982-1983 8th grade class photo to once again adorn the entrance of the school, but the school still needs your help. According to Livingston Middle School Principal Doug Smith, there are still several years that are missing from For more on this…

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Livingston Academy Interact Club Hangs Blue Ribbons

Several individuals representing the city, the county, the CASA center, the Stephens Center and the Livingston Academy Interact club took part in an event to hang blue ribbons on trees around the courthouse square. The ribbons are intended to remind residents of the 211 child abuse investigations in Overton County in 2016.  Pictured, front row from…

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Obituaries

Enterprise 9-27-16

Patricia Gail Dixon Patricia Gail Dixon, 56, of Livingston, passed away Sept. 13 at the Cookeville Regional Medical Center. Funeral services were held Sept. 16 from the chapel of the Hall Funeral Home of Livingston with Bro. Mike Kirby and Bro. Duane “Bud” Hargis officiating. Interment followed in the Overton County Memorial Gardens. She was…

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Jackson Co. Sentinel 9-27-16

Edna Doris Brown Meadows Factory Worker Edna Doris Brown Meadows, 77, passed away Sept. 16 at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. Funeral services were held Sept. 19 at Anderson-Upper Cumberland Funeral Home with Bro. Alan Judd officiating. Interment followed at John Young Cemetery. Anderson-Upper Cumberland Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. She was born Sept.…

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Citizen Statesman 9-27-16
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Recent News

Spring Nature Rally A Hit

Despite rain drenching the mid-state, dark clouds as far as the eye could see and the smell of dampened grass floating on a cool breeze, the atmosphere at the 14th annual Spring Nature Rally held at Standing Stone State Park was of excitement from the children in attendance and intellectual curiosity from the more seasoned…

Read More
Nerdapalooza Takes Over Livingston Academy

A team from Livingston Academy were the winners of the Nerd Trivia contest at the First Annual Upper Cumberland Nerdapalooza at TTU in April A total of 42 students represented L.A. at the event, being presented with hands on projects in Nursing, Agriculture, Music, Herpetology, Physics and Engineering, Virtual Reality, Robotics and other “nerdy” activities.…

Read More
Fire Results In One Taken To Hospital

An early evening fire call last Wednesday resulted in a person being taken to the emergency room. Livingston fire and police officials were dispatched to a home at 312 Celina Street around 6:30 p.m. Wednesday because the home was reportedly on fire. When officials arrived, they found what appeared to be a mattress that had…

Read More
Van Rams Into Dump Truck

A Dodge Van hit a dump truck on Hwy. 52 Friday just after lunch, resulting in injuries to at least two people. The accident occurred in the construction zone at the Livingston City limits at 1:01 p.m. According to a report from the Tennessee Highway Patrol, a 1993 Dodge Van, driven by James Beachboard, 55…

Read More
LMS Needing Class Pictures

After years without one, Livingston Middle School now has a copy of the 1982-1983 8th grade class photo to once again adorn the entrance of the school, but the school still needs your help. According to Livingston Middle School Principal Doug Smith, there are still several years that are missing from For more on this…

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Livingston Academy Interact Club Hangs Blue Ribbons

Several individuals representing the city, the county, the CASA center, the Stephens Center and the Livingston Academy Interact club took part in an event to hang blue ribbons on trees around the courthouse square. The ribbons are intended to remind residents of the 211 child abuse investigations in Overton County in 2016.  Pictured, front row from…

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