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Board Is Formed To Review Public Nuisance Allegations

The newly appointed Livingston Property Maintenance Advisory Board, when they met on Tuesday night for their first meeting ever, were advised by Mayor Curtis Hayes that the goal is “simply just to clean up the property.” “If you took three, or four, or five a night and discuss them, I think that the goal is,…

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Police Search For Gunman

The Livingston Police Department (LPD) is asking for information regarding the whereabouts of a Livingston man who allegedly pulled a firearm at Pizza Hut in Livingston. Shane Conatser, 39, is considered to be armed and dangerous after he reportedly fled from police following the incident on Saturday night. For more on this story, pick up…

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Arbor Day Is Proclaimed

A flowering ornamental tree was planted in front of the Joe L. Evins Community Center with the help of five tree advocates on Friday morning, commemorating an Arbor Day proclamation for the City of Livingston. “Trees, wherever they are planted, are a source of joy and spiritual renewal,” proclaimed Mayor Curtis Hayes. “I urge all…

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OCHR Moves Forward On Project

The Board of Directors at the Overton County Health and Rehab (OCHR) center are celebrating taking their next steps into offering 20 more private rooms for patients after receiving results from a value-engineering process. “This is a huge win for the Overton County community to move forward with this project and to advance its rural…

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Central Park Alcohol Ordinance Is Amended

Concerns from several citizens were raised before the Mayor and Board of Aldermen last night about an ordinance that would allow the consumption of alcohol in Livingston’s Central Park. Three individuals, in opposition of Ordinance 2019-2-3, came forward to share concerns with the council. One citizen, Adam Neff, asked the question, “Is the money that…

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Man Faces Charges In Accident

A Monterey man has been charged with driving under the influence along the Hanging Limb Highway after his vehicle struck a tree on Thursday morning, Feb. 28. A 1995 Chevrolet Silverado left the roadway while traveling south on Hanging Limb Highway (Hwy. 164) near mile marker 3, according to a Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP) preliminary…

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Obituaries

Obits 1/1/19

Albert J. “Buddy” Kendziora, Jr. Air Force Veteran Albert J. “Buddy” Kendziora, Jr., 82 of White Plains, passed away on Dec. 22 at the Signature Healthcare in Algood. Celebration of Life services were held on Dec. 29 from the chapel of Speck Funeral Home. Bro. Albert Willis officiated. Interment followed in the Bethlehem Cemetery. He…

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Obits 12/25/18

Johnnie Mildred Beatty Johnnie Mildred Beatty, 90 of Alpine, passed away on Dec. 18 from her home. Funeral services were held on Dec. 22 from the chapel of Speck Funeral Home in Livingston. Rev. James Shenko officiated. Interment followed in the Copeland Cemetery. She was born in Beckley, W. Va., on Nov. 4, 1928. She…

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Obits 12/18/18

Pauline Young Buck Pauline Young Buck, 89 of Monroe, passed away on Dec. 9 at the Livingston Regional Hospital. Funeral services were held on Dec. 13 from the chapel of Speck Funeral Home in Livingston. Bro. Ricky Cross and Bro. Randy Tompkins officiated. Interment followed in Beaty Cemetery. She was born in Overton County on…

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Recent News

Board Is Formed To Review Public Nuisance Allegations

The newly appointed Livingston Property Maintenance Advisory Board, when they met on Tuesday night for their first meeting ever, were advised by Mayor Curtis Hayes that the goal is “simply just to clean up the property.” “If you took three, or four, or five a night and discuss them, I think that the goal is,…

Read More
Police Search For Gunman

The Livingston Police Department (LPD) is asking for information regarding the whereabouts of a Livingston man who allegedly pulled a firearm at Pizza Hut in Livingston. Shane Conatser, 39, is considered to be armed and dangerous after he reportedly fled from police following the incident on Saturday night. For more on this story, pick up…

Read More
Arbor Day Is Proclaimed

A flowering ornamental tree was planted in front of the Joe L. Evins Community Center with the help of five tree advocates on Friday morning, commemorating an Arbor Day proclamation for the City of Livingston. “Trees, wherever they are planted, are a source of joy and spiritual renewal,” proclaimed Mayor Curtis Hayes. “I urge all…

Read More
OCHR Moves Forward On Project

The Board of Directors at the Overton County Health and Rehab (OCHR) center are celebrating taking their next steps into offering 20 more private rooms for patients after receiving results from a value-engineering process. “This is a huge win for the Overton County community to move forward with this project and to advance its rural…

Read More
Central Park Alcohol Ordinance Is Amended

Concerns from several citizens were raised before the Mayor and Board of Aldermen last night about an ordinance that would allow the consumption of alcohol in Livingston’s Central Park. Three individuals, in opposition of Ordinance 2019-2-3, came forward to share concerns with the council. One citizen, Adam Neff, asked the question, “Is the money that…

Read More
Man Faces Charges In Accident

A Monterey man has been charged with driving under the influence along the Hanging Limb Highway after his vehicle struck a tree on Thursday morning, Feb. 28. A 1995 Chevrolet Silverado left the roadway while traveling south on Hanging Limb Highway (Hwy. 164) near mile marker 3, according to a Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP) preliminary…

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