Briefs, September 3

Friday, September 3, 2021

The City of Livingston Street Dept. will be chip-sealing Gallatin St. from Garnier Ave. to C St. and Front St., then from C St. to Main St. on Front. Have all vehicles off of the street by 8 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 7, 2021.


City residents can still sign up for a free box fan air filter from the city of Livingston. With some residents struggling with air quality issues during wildfire season, the city partnered with Livingston’s True Value, ACE Hardware and volunteers from Expedition Church to provide residents with inexpensive and effective units to improve air quality in their homes. Sign up for one at the city’s web page at


• Are you 60 years or older? Would it be nice if someone else made you a lunch and then delivered it to your house? Gardiner’s Lunch 4U Senior Program does just that. If you are over 60 and interested in having healthy lunch delivered to your door, contact Linda Gray at (307) 250-5853.


The Yellowstone Gateway Museum will host new walking tours in Park County. The schedule for the tours is as follows: Mondays: Ghosts and Ghost Signs tour, 7 p.m., meet outside the Livingston Depot, facing Park Street. Tickets available at or pay cash before departure. Tuesdays: Movers and Shakers: Westside Historic District tour, 7 p.m., meet on the corner of Callender and Third streets, in front of the Livingston Park-County Public Library. Tickets available at or pay cash before departure. Thursdays: Bars and Brothels: Livingston’s Lively Legacy tour, 5:30 p.m., begins at the corner of Park and Main Streets, in front of the Livingston Bar and Grille. Tickets available at or pay cash prior to departure.