Welcome, Visitor!
Today is Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Howl-O-Ween coming to Woodlands Nature Station
Howl-O-Ween coming to Woodlands Nature Station
Nature Station volunteer guides take guests on a 1/4 -mile hike during this non-scary daytime event all about fairy tales. Kids collect goodies on the way.
Costumes are welcomed and encouraged. Other activities include crafts, face painting, games, and learning about the magic of wildlife at Land Between the Lakes.
Salem City Council discusses infrastructure, code enforcement

At its Oct. 17 meeting, the Salem City Council voted to accept engineering bids for a water main replacement project that includes the replacement of metal pipes.
Plant superintendent Doug Slayden provided the council with his report regarding plans to replace existing four inch pipes in certain areas in town with six inch pipes to match to what is currently in place to improve the volume of flow in town.

School board welcomes Culver, honors students
School board welcomes Culver, honors students
At its Oct. 16 meeting, the Livingston County Board of Education welcomed Tina Culver as its newest member. Culver fills the vacancy left by the resignation of former school board member Kathleen Cockrel earlier this year. During the meeting, Culver volunteered to represent the school board and serve on the selection screening committee for Governor's Scholar applicants.