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Campground Road Wreck…

Friday afternoon, Jeff Boles was heading west on Campground Road in Overton County when his vehicle slipped off the right side of the road causing him to overcorrect and skid his vehicle across the two-lane road, through a fence and into the yard of property owned by Shirley Dillon. He then headed west on foot.…

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Livingston Academy Anglers Compete At SAF World Finals

Three teams from Livingston Academy traveled to Florence, Alabama on June 24 to begin open practice on Pick Wick Lake for the Student Angler Federation High School World Finals. In this tournament $170,000 in prizes and scholarships would be awarded, two $24,000 scholarships to Bethel University, two $20,000 scholarships to Bacone College (with the addition…

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Dog Ordinance For Parks Still In Works

If you are eagerly awaiting the approval of an ordinance banning dogs from all city parks, you will have to wait just a little while longer following last Monday’s Mayor and Board of Aldermen meeting. During a public hearing before the regular meeting, the Board re-heard an ordinance regarding dogs at the city parks that…

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Central Park Continues To Be Cool…

Lucas Houser dared fate by heading down the slide head first last Thursday afternoon at Central Park in Livingston. Central Park continues to be a cool hangout for residents and visitors alike, with its fountains, field and play areas and no charge for admission. For more of this story, pick up a copy of this…

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Livingston Sign Ordinance Called Illegal

The Livingston Board Of Zoning Appeals (BZA) heard another appeal from Roland Advertising last Tuesday night in regards to a variance on a sign the company wants to place within the city limits. The board denied the variance. According to officials, the size of all off site signs, in all zoning districts, can be no…

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Injured

Emergency and law enforcement personnel work to transport a 17-year-old juvenile who was injured Friday afternoon on Jaybird Road. According to a report from the Tennessee Highway Patrol, the accident occurred at 2:10 p.m. when a 2007 Nissan Altima left the roadway. For more of this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston…

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Obituaries

Citizen Statesman 3-29-16

HELP WANTED: Full Time Truck Driver position, CDL required, possibility of overtime. Part time General Labor position. Apply in person TDS Disposal 776 Terry Odle Road, Red Boiling Springs. 1-13 TFC. HELP WANTED: Seasonal Mechanic Position and Seasonal Maintenance Position available at Holly Creek Resort on Dale Hollow Lake. Knowledge of boats and marinas a…

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Enterprise 3-29-16

Vernon Pegues Funeral services for Vernon Pegues will be at 3 p.m. Wednesday, March 30 at Bledsoe Funeral Home Chapel in Jackson, Tenn. He passed away in Livingston on March 25. Open visitation will also be on Wednesday from 11 a.m. until the time of service. Information provided by Speck Funeral Home. William Hampton “Hamp”…

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Jackson Co. Sentinel 3-29-16

Frances “Peggy” Norman Graves Director of Sales Frances “Peggy” Norman Graves, 93, passed away March 24 at Bethesda Health Care Center in Cookeville. Graveside services were held March 26 at Spring Hill Cemetery with Rev. Stephen Deaver officiating. Anderson-Upper Cumberland Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. She was born July 1, 1922 in Franklin,…

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Recent News

Campground Road Wreck…

Friday afternoon, Jeff Boles was heading west on Campground Road in Overton County when his vehicle slipped off the right side of the road causing him to overcorrect and skid his vehicle across the two-lane road, through a fence and into the yard of property owned by Shirley Dillon. He then headed west on foot.…

Read More
Livingston Academy Anglers Compete At SAF World Finals

Three teams from Livingston Academy traveled to Florence, Alabama on June 24 to begin open practice on Pick Wick Lake for the Student Angler Federation High School World Finals. In this tournament $170,000 in prizes and scholarships would be awarded, two $24,000 scholarships to Bethel University, two $20,000 scholarships to Bacone College (with the addition…

Read More
Dog Ordinance For Parks Still In Works

If you are eagerly awaiting the approval of an ordinance banning dogs from all city parks, you will have to wait just a little while longer following last Monday’s Mayor and Board of Aldermen meeting. During a public hearing before the regular meeting, the Board re-heard an ordinance regarding dogs at the city parks that…

Read More
Central Park Continues To Be Cool…

Lucas Houser dared fate by heading down the slide head first last Thursday afternoon at Central Park in Livingston. Central Park continues to be a cool hangout for residents and visitors alike, with its fountains, field and play areas and no charge for admission. For more of this story, pick up a copy of this…

Read More
Livingston Sign Ordinance Called Illegal

The Livingston Board Of Zoning Appeals (BZA) heard another appeal from Roland Advertising last Tuesday night in regards to a variance on a sign the company wants to place within the city limits. The board denied the variance. According to officials, the size of all off site signs, in all zoning districts, can be no…

Read More
Injured

Emergency and law enforcement personnel work to transport a 17-year-old juvenile who was injured Friday afternoon on Jaybird Road. According to a report from the Tennessee Highway Patrol, the accident occurred at 2:10 p.m. when a 2007 Nissan Altima left the roadway. For more of this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Livingston…

Read More

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