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Livermore, Kentucky

Livermore is a southeastern McLean county city at the mouth of the Rough River on the Green River, about six miles southeast of Calhoun. It was established about 1837 by William Brown and was originally known as Brown's Landing. The name Livermore may come from an early settler. Livermore was incorporated in 1850. The Livermore post office opened in 1838. The population in 2010 was 1,365. Livermore is the largest city in the county.

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