Dec. 25, 2014 edition available

   The December 18, 2014 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is now available!
    Some of the stories in this issue: Value of Troy Building Permits Tops $10.6 Million So Far in 2014, Marshall Film a Big Hit at Advance Showing, Maryville Approves McDonald's Preliminary Development Plan, Annual Fund Drive for Pantry Continues, Park Board Approves Tax Levy and Ponders No Parking Areas in Park, Video Gaming Machines Boost Revenues for Local Communities, Maryville Upgrades Security System at Fire Department, Village Approves Four Annexations; plus we have police blotters, a photos spread on holiday programs in Triad grade schools, news about upcoming events, an editor's column on eating pie, and lots more! We have obituaries for Larry Colyott, Ruth L. Dour, Sharon M. Joiner, Jill Jones, and Aaron Jolly.
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Early Deadline Notice

Early Deadline Notice: The Times-Tribune office will be closed at noon on December 24 and 31, and closed all day on Wednesday, December 25, and January 1, 2015. We will have an early deadline for the December 25 and January 1 editions. All display advertising copy and news articles must be in by noon on Friday, December 19, and noon on December 26 for the following week's edition. The classified ad deadline is noon December 22 and December 29.

Dec. 18, 2014 edition is available

  The December 18, 2014 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is now available!
    Some of the stories in this issue: Bank Robbery Suspect Taken Into Custody, Genealogical Society Donates to Senior Center, Triad Board Okays Tax Referendum Proposal, Troy Council Adopts Mitigation Plan, Students Collect Hundreds of Items During Canned Food Drive, Local Salt Therapy Room is Unique to Metro East; plus we have police blotters, an editor's column about living in the right location, and a full-page feature about the Hocher farm and their Ankole-Watusi cattle. We have obituaries for Donald Andruska, Avelina Brendel, Edwin Dankenbring, Aaron Jolly, Jill Jones, Mary Ann Disney, Karren Evans, Bessie Mae Kynion, Tony Moussalli, and Todd Penrod.
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Dec. 11, 2014 edition is available

   The December 11, 2014 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
    Some of the stories in this issue: Troy Library Looks for Location for St. Jacob Branch, Local Veterans Tour Memorials on Honor Flight, Mrs. Santa Claus Welcomes Guests at Special Lunch in Troy, McDonald's Plans Maryville Site, Auditor Presents Annual Report at Marine Meeting, Future of Historic Building Hangs in Balance, Building Permits up in Maryville During November, Firefighters Stand By in Missouri During Upheavals, St. Jacob Votes to Join Enterprise Zone; plus we have police blotters, photos of the recent Triad Chorus Concert, SIUE Commencement grad listings, and a whole lot more! We have obituaries for Marion Louis Bailey, Frances M . Jones, Roy L. Buttry Jr., Joan Niebruegge, Virginia Lee Parsons, and Cheryul K. Stahlhut.
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December 4, 2014 edition available

   The December 4, 2014 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is now available.
    Some of the stories in this issue: Triad School Board Approves Sale of $4.5 Million in Bonds, Bug Affects About 20 Percent of TMS, Screening Set For Film Shot in Troy and Edwardsville, Troy City Council Keeps Tax Levy Amount Flat at $1.59 million, City Approves Two Downtown Store Front Applications, Knights Go 1-3 in Stovetop Classic Tournament; plus we have a full page feature on the Triad H.S. Class of 1964's 50th Class Reunion, a column about playing it safe during the holidays, police blotters, news about upcoming events, and more! We have obituaries for Billy Joe Barr, Robert John Marco, Clifford O. Thurnau, Mavis C. Utechtt, and Barbara F. Woods.
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Nov. 27, 2014 edition now available

   The November 27, 2014 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is now available.  
  Some of the stories in this issue: Local Enterprise Zone Plan Moves Forward, Rosenburg Hired as Part-Time Officer for Village of Marine, Foreign Exchange Student Speaks to Troy Lions Club, Maryville's EAV Decreased Third Year in a Row, Girl Scout Troop Earns Story-Related Badges, Soland Appointed to County Board of Review, St. Jacob Okays Employee Gifts, Lady Knights Win Columbia Tip-Off Classic; plus we have police blotters, a column about local businesses, and lots more. We have obituaries for Lawrence W. Collins, Raymon Cook, Josephine Thiel and Lauran Webber.
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Nov. 20, 2014 edition now available

   The November 20, 2014 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is now available.
   Some of the stories in this issue: Engineers Provide Details At Hearing of $11 Million Water Treatment Plant, Council Updates Policies on Economic Incentives, City Of Troy Prepares Early for Wintry Weather, Byrne To Retire After More Than 36 Years as Mail Carrier in Troy, Maryville Community Center To Get Facelift for the Holidays, Food Pantry Begins Holiday Season Fundraising Campaign, Triad Cheerleaders Have Busy Winter Schedule, Smith's Quilts Warm Hearts Too, A Place 2 Grow Child Care Learning Center Opens; plus we have police blotters, a column about giving, a whole page of photos of the recent THS Mcbeth performance, news about upcoming events, a whole lot more. We have obituaries for Verna I. Bollinger, Todd L. Bacon, Dale C. Gerstenecker, Josephine A. Hood, Margaret A. Masinelli, Glenda M. McEwen, Ronald L. Kress, and Agatha B. Richeson.
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November 13, 2014 edition available

   The November 13, 2014 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is now available.
   Some of the stories in this issue: Area Voters Approve Library Annexation, Major General Timothy Zadalis Urges People to See Country Through Veteran's Eyes, Marine Officials Perplexed By Vote Over Sanitary District, Troy Fire Department Seeking Applicants, St. Jacob Water Meters Pay Off, Maryville Police Recognized for Safety Training of all Officers, Triad H.S. Winter Sports Schedule, General Election Results, New Fire-N-Smoke Restaurant Opens in Troy, Chef Gutzler's Butterly Patio is Open for Business; plus we have a column about the abominable turn signal, police blotters, and lots more. We have obituaries for Donald E. Grieve, Edward D. Hamilton, Sarah L. Obernuefemann, and Betty R. Thurnau.
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General Election Results Are In

   Madison County election results for the General Election of November 4, 2014, are in. The full list of candidates and votes can be accessed at the Madison County Clerk's office, available online at General Election 2014 Results

Notice of Rate Increase


Construction Meeting Set

   The second of two construction meetings involving the Main Street construction project in Troy, to begin next spring, will be held on Saturday, November 1, from 9:30-11 a.m. at St. Jerome Catholic Church.

Troy Committee Meeting Scheduled

   The Troy Economic Development Committee will hold a meeting on October 30, 2014, at 6:30 p.m. at the Municipal Building, 116 East Market Street, Troy.
Agenda:
1. Call to order
2. Review proposed incentive policy
3. TIF Report/Joint Review Board meeting date
4. Review downtown store front application
5.Tourism update
6. Adjournment

October 30, 2014 edition available

   The October 30, 2014 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is available!
    Some of the stories in this issue: Triad to Move Forward on Working Cash Bond Option, St. Jacob Changes Water Ordinance Late Fees, Troy Installs New Welcome Signs, General Election Slated for November 4, Students Work on Set Design for Fall Play, Planned Marijuana Growing Facility in Troy Awaits Decision, D&K Backhow Work Completed On 159/162 Sanitary Sewer Lines, Video Gaming Opponents Say Crime Does Occur With Gaming, Knights Guarantee Playoff Spot With 27-22 Win; plus we have police blotters, a column about quality education and adequate funding, photo essays on the upcoming fall play at Triad and on the annual Pumpkin Drop, and a whole lot more. We have obituaries for Evelyn J. Gard, Elda L. Hencke, Shirely S. Odle, Donald A. Dressel, Russell “Russ” Klaustermeier, and Edward D. Hamilton.
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October 23, 2014 edition is available

   The October 23, 2014 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
    Some of the stories in this issue: Adventure Night Event at Park Goes Over Big; Council Approves Ordinance about Scrap Metal Revenues, Maryville Police Honored by SILEC and SIPCA, Hancock Retires from Troy FPD After 23 Years, New Soft Surface Installed at Playground, Question of Video Gaming Put to Maryville Voters, Marine Police Chief Gives Update on Recent Department Changes, Marine Resident Richard Millett Honored, Knights Top Waterloo 28-14; plus we have police blotters, a column about the coming General Election, a full page of photos about the Adventure Night at the park, news about upcoming fall and Halloween events, lots of classified ads, and a whole lot more. We have obituaries for Joseph C. Barbata and Lawrence F. Pollmann.
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October 16, 2014 edition available

   The October 16, 2014 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is now available.
    Some of the stories in this issue: School District Seeks to Engage Community, Local Volunteers Participate in Cleanup Projects, Maryville Considers Equipment for Fire Department, Maryville Looks at Drainage Plan, Kelly Miller Circus Tradition Lives On, Triad Marching Band Earns Two Grand Championship Trophies; plus we have police blotters, a column about the enormous animal kingdom that surrounds us, a full page of circus photos, local sports coverage, and a whole lot more! We have obituaries for Dorothy Hoelscher, Cathy E. Stewart, and Jerry Ward. This issue contains a special Voter Information Guide Insert for the upcoming General Election on November 4.
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October 9, 2014 edition available

   The October 9, 2014 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
   Some of the stories in this issue: Troy Council OKs TIF Funding For Extension, Second Flu Shot Day Scheduled, St. Jacob Considers Issue of Golf Carts on Streets, Triad Schools Conduct Safety Training, Judge Rules Against St. Jacob in Water Dispute, Troy To Get New Restaurant, Nightmare First Half Dooms Football Knights, plus a whole lot more! This issue has obituaries for Joseph L. Barlow Jr., Armin Bossler, Kenneth Sutter Jr., and Colleen M. Penrod.
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October 2, 2014 edition available

 The October 2, 2014 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is off the presses!
   Some of the stories in this issue: Triad District Faces Bandwidth Challenge, Chamber Announces Community Expo, Lightning Damages Maryville PD Equipment, Circus Returning to Troy, Glen Carbon Appoints Todd Link As Police Chief, TheBANK of Edwardsville Donates Money for K-9 Unit, Mersinger Log Cabin to be Open for Scenic By-Way Tour; plus we have police blotters, a column about escalating tax rates, and two full pages of local sports coverage, along with a full page of photos of the Triad High School Homecoming Dance, and a whole lot more! We have obituaries for Robert G. Arlt, Johnny Garcia, and Robert Amner Droy.
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Sept. 25, 2014, edition available

  The September 25, 2014 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is now available.
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   Some of the stories in this issue: Triad Board Approves FY14-15 Budget, Superintendent Outlines District Priorities, Singleton Replaces Friddle as Police Chief in Marine, Troy Alderman Says Street Work Was a Complete Disappointment, House Destroyed in Fire, Football Knights Beat Eagles 4-0, Netters Open Conference With Pair of Wins; plus we have lots of other great news, including a photo feature on the Glen Carbon Historical Museum and a column about some good news on the economic front. We have obituaries for Robert A. Droy, Patricia A. Italiano, Warren A. Spencer, Gary D. Weder, and Clarence J. Wilder.

Sept. 18, 2014 edition available

  The September 18, 2014 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is now available.
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   Some of the stories in this issue: Troy Council OKs Special Use Permit for Proposed Cannabis Cultivation Facility, Marine UCC To Dedicate New Organ at Recital, Triad Schools Report Excellent Attendance - No Cases of Virus, Maryville Ordinance to Address Petroleum Contamination, THS Choral Department to Present Annual Cabaret, Woman Walks Across U.S. in Support of Shriners, Troy Lions Club Donate $6,000 for K-9 Unit, Triad Knights Post Solid Win; plus a column about the end of summer and upcoming activities, police blotters, our usual "It Happened Here" page, and lots more! We have obituary listings for Ronald Barsch, Robert Amner Droy, Susanne Kay Robbs and Raymond J. Sepanski.

Sept. 11, 2014, edition available

  The September 11, 2014 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
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   Some of the headlines in this issue: Troy Adds Two Police Officers to Force, Key Election Dates Announced, St. Jacob Gets Tax Refund for Property Taxs Paid Since 2010, Troy Girl Scouts Photographs Tombstones; Bradley R. Smith Draws Hundreds to Troy Park, Troy Library Board May Consider Education Campaign about Annexation Plan, Maryville Approves Demolition of House Considered Dangerous, Troy Community Band Wraps Up Concert Series, Knights Go 2-0 On Season, Very Old Library Fines To Be Written Off; plus we have our usual police blotters, a column about digital health care records, the weekly weather forecast and lots of other great news! This issue has obituary listings for Patricia Cooper, Lela Marie Cullop, Linda A. Finley, Frank Gene Gimpert, Ruby Hargrave, and Margaret J. Hommert.

September 4, 2014 edition available

   The September 4, 2014 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is now available.
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   Some of the headlines in this issue: Triad Sixth Day Enrollment Numbers In, Troy Library District Expansion Question on November Ballot, Home Start Permits On Upswing, Quilt Show Planned, Bradley R. Smith Run is Saturday, Fall Fest Events Ready to Go, Drost Park May Get New Restrooms, Triad Football Team Overwhelms Mattoon; plus we have police blotters, a column about Triad stepping up the plate for the ALS Challenge, the weekly weather forecast, and plenty of other local and useful news! This issue has obituary listings for James Leroy Guyer and Joey T. Waymire.

August 28, 2014 edition is available

   The August 28, 2014 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is now available.  
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   Some of the headlines in this issue: Troy Council Approves Three Welcome Signs, Triad Administrators Explain Busing Policy Change, Quick Think Prevents Injuries in Crash, HealthCentral Requests Special Use Permit for Proposed Medical Marijuana Plant, St. Jacob Board OKs Caterpillar Mini Excavator and Skid Steer, Troy Fire Department Trains With Surrounding Departments, Marine Notified of Bond Madison Water Company Rate Increase, Area Veterans Fly to Washington. D.C. to Visit Memorials, Triad Knights Look to Rebound from Down Years; plus we have plenty of police blotter news, a column about heat dangers and emergency shelters, a full page photo spread about the building changes at Triad Middle School, plus lots more news and photos of area happenings. We have obituary listings for Sharon A. Godell, Glenn Noeltner, Brian Pigg Stone, and Trudy Thalmann.

August 21, 2014 edition available

 The August 21, 2014 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is now available.  
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    Some of the headlines in this issue: Proposed Medical Marijuana Plant and Scrap Metal Fund Debate Dominates Meeting, Bank Robber Sentenced, Maryville Applies for Watershed Stabilization Grant, Historic Building in Marine Slated for Demolition, Maryville Might Smoke Test Old West Town Sewer Lines, Mouse Races Coming to Troy, Monument Planned for Former McCray-Dewey High School, Maryville Police Chief Wants to Update Patrol Car Light Bars, Bradley R. Smith Memorial 5K Run On Track, Mouse Races Coming to Troy; plus we have plenty of local sports coverage, police blotters, a full page photo spread on the historic Schaefer Store in Marine, a column about abuse of clothing drop boxes that benefit the Ministries Unlimited Food Pantry, plus many more stories and news items. We have obituaries for Roger Allen Fuller, Michael Dale Juehne, Wayne Mingus, and Erwin W. Wein.

August 14, 2014 issue now available

   The August 14, 2014 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
   As a reminder, subscriptions to the Times-Tribune are available by calling 618-667-3111, by visiting our offices at 201 East Market Street in Troy, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, or by sending us a letter asking to subscribe. To place a display or classified advertisement, please call or stop by our offices.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: St. Jacob Police Captain Says Identity Theft is Growing Problem, Maryville Hired New Police Officer, Triad Students Head Back to School, Referendum to Decide Future of Marine Sanitary District, Watershed Flooding and Quality to be Studied, Cassens Named to State Public Library Management Committee, Simon Pays Visit to Troy: Subdivision Residents Concerned About Drainage Issues, Maryville to Get TIP Funding for Main Street Improvements; plus a column about learning things the hard way, a special series of photos about the 2-14 McCray-Dewey Alumni Reunion, police blotters, and the complete 2014 Triad High School Fall Sports Schedule. We have obituaries for Raymond Barker, Lowell Mingus, Jon Thomas Sims, and Dorothy Yakubovich.

August 7, 2014 edition available

   The August 7, 2014 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is now available.
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    Some of the headlines in this issue: Proposed 'Welcome to Troy' Signs Remain in Limbo, Maryville Dedicates New Park to Fred Winters, Construction Projects Include Troy-O'Fallon Road, Marine Man Arrested on DUI Charge, a sports feature on Troy native baseball player Cody Massey, Chamber of Commerce Presents Series of Events; plus a full page of photos of the Troy Homecoming children's parade and The Reptile Show, a column about bridging the digital divide, police blotters, commodity news, the weather forecast, and much more! We have obituaries in this issue for Gladys Esther Bliss, Harold Oberkfell, Ronald Craig Rolen, Judith Ann Stice, and Patricia Ann Wolfe.

July 31, 2014 edition now available

    The July 31, 2014 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is now available on newsstands and by subscription!
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    Some of the headlines in this issue: Triad May Consider Referendum, Bond Issue; Maryville Considers Roadwork, Economic Development Contract; St. Jacob Post Office Averts Proposed Closure; Police Respond to Rash of Residential Burglaries; Troy To Join County in use of New Dispatch, Records System; Marine Man Wins $100,000 in Lottery; St. Jacob Approves Early Loan Retirement of Three Accounts; Tri-Township Park Installs New Water Filling Station; plus two great pages of sports, police blotters, a full page of photos of the Troy Homecoming celebration, and a whole lot more! We have obituaries for Marilyn Alice Falbe, Sandra J. Pisetta, William Richardson, and Donald R. Titchenal.

July 24, 2014 edition now available

  The July 24, 2014 issue of the Times-Tribune is now available.
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   Some of the headlines in this issue: Toxicology Tests Return For Driver Killed in Accident, Troy OKs Appropriations Ordinance, Maryville Sets FY2015 Budget, Marine Village Clerk Announced, Maryville To Hire Police Officer, Troy Woman To Spend Week At Orphanage in China, Legion Baseball Team Marks 10 Year Anniversary; plus some lengthy police blotters, a photo spread of the St. Jacob Homecoming, an editor's column about activities in the area this weekend, and lots of other great news and announcements. This issue has obituaries for William "Bill" Blew, Fred W. Dietz, Edwin "Ed" Kelly, Darlene M. Mueller, and Veronica B. "Fronie" Wagner.

July 17, 2014 edition now available

   The July 17, 2014 issue of the Times-Tribune is off the presses and on its way to subscribers and newsstands! Here's a sneak peek.
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    Some of the headlines in this issue: Troy Water Quality Report Gets High Marks, Robards Elected Commander of American Legion of Illinois, St. Jacob Homecoming Starts Friday, Man Sentenced In Bank Robbery, Tri-Township Library Hosts Marionette Show, St. Jacob Seeks Grants To Fund ADA Improvements, Troy Jaycees Donate to Friedens Cemetery, Maryville Adopts Appropriations Ordinance, American Legion Team Takes on Collinsville; plus our usual police blotters, a new Recipe Corner feature, a full page of photos spotlighting the Maryville Firemen's Homecoming, a column by our editor on changes to the adoption law, and a whole lot more! We have obituaries for Ricky Johnson and Darlene Mueller.

July 10, 2014 edition available

   Back issues of the July 10, 2014 edition of the Times-Tribune are available at our offices.
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    Some of the headlines in this issue: Maryville Gets $100,000 Grant to Address Drainage Problems, Perrine Turns Radio Passion Into Life-Long Career, Wheat Harvest Under Way, MCT Offers Reward in Assault, Passenger Dies In Route 4 Accident, Tri-Township Library Delights All Ages With Summer Events, Troy Council Discusses Appropriations Ordinance, Glen Carbon To Activate Sirens in Maryville Emergencies, Temporary Storm Shelters in Troy Listed, Three Area Women Honored; plus we have a whole page of photos from the Troy 4th of July Celebration, a column about the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity's plan to keep Illinois strong, and a whole lot more. We have obituaries for Betty June Ford Allen, James Hubert, Kathryn Courtney, Priscilla Shoreack and Edwin "Ed" Kelly.

July 3, 2014 edition available

   Copies of the July 3, 2014 issue of the Times-Tribune are available at our offices.
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    Some of the headlines in this issue: Area Video Gambling Machines Bring in Substantial Revenue, Maryville Wants Glen Carbon Dispatch to Activate Sirens, Troy Man Dies at Gateway Motorsports, Area Construction Projects Announced, Maryville Garden Open House Draws Crowd, Construction in Troy Surpasses Last Year, MERBL All-Stars Clash; Plus we have the latest police blotters, events announcements, a column about life in 1776, a full page of photos on the Marine Homecoming, and a whole lot more! We have obituary listings for Christopher Lucas Knauer and William Recklein Jr.

June 26, 2014 edition available

   Back issues of the June 26, 2014 issue of the Times-Tribune are available at our offices.
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   Some of the headlines in this issue: Troy Council Passes Resolution Urging Vego of Tap-On Cap Bill, St. Jacob Gets Serious About ADA Compliance; Marine Homecoming Is This Weekend, Maryville Approves Ordinance To Set TIP Application in Motion, Troy Homecoming Draws Closer, Jaycees Donate Laptop Computers, Community Band to Perform, St. Jacob to Oil/Chip Streets, Stop Sign Eyed for Riggin Road, Deputy Clerk Takes Oath of Office in Marine, Triad Registration Less Than One Month Away. Plus we have the most recent police blotters, a column about historical intrigue, a feature on the money being raised to rebuild Mills Apple Farm, a photo spread on Tri-Townwhip Park and on storm damage along Route 40  -- plus a whole lot more! This issue has obituaries for Anthony and Annetta Comporato, and Philip Elliott.

June 19, 2014 edition available

   Back issues of the June 19, 2014 issue of the Times-Tribune are available.
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   Some of the headlines in this issue: Council OKs Special Use Permit for Planned Bridal Shop and Hall, Troy Historical Society Banquet Caps Busy Year, St. Jacob Residents Urged to Complete USPS Survey, Accident Claims Life of Woman, Maryville To Decide on TIF District, Tri-Township Park To Receive Thousands from SISL, Dunstan Proposes Hiring of Advisor to Assist Treasurer, American Legion Team Starts Season With Loss; plus Triad honor rolls, police blotters, a column about driving risks, a feature on musician Paul Jarvis, and a full page of photos on the recent Downtown Days event held in Troy -- plus a whole lot more! We have obituaries for Art D. Capelle and Betty Lou Jarrett.

June 12, 2014 edition available

  Back issues of the June 12, 2014 issue of the Times-Tribune are available.
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    Some of the stories in this issue: Marine Police Chief To Retire After 22 Years, Downtown Days Celebration set to take off, Troy Serves as Backdrop for Up-And-Coming Movie, Jakey in June BBQ Draws a Crowd, Governor Quinn Signs Bill in Troy, Maryville Construction Permits Up, Troy Library Sets Policies, St. Jacob Seeks Financing for Village Infrastructure Projects, Maryville Grant Provides Repairs to Village Hall, Triad Softball Team Captures 2 Out of 3, Library Trustee Resigns; plus a column by Steve Rensberry about buying a Pig in a Poke, some lengthy police blotters, and a whole lot more! We have obituaries for Burnell E. Maedge, Patsy Miriam Long, Marilyn Jane Moore, Kenneth G. Semith and Virginia Thomas.

June 5, 2014 edition is available

  The June 5, 2014 issue of the Times-Tribune is now available!
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   Some of the stories in this issue: Troy Undertakes Mass Rezoning Effort, Maryville Considers Annexations, Farm Expert Shares His Opinion, Teachers Honored by IEA, Students Say 'So Long' To Another School Year, Track Knights Claim Two Medals At Class 2A State Meet, Jakey in June Cook-Off Is This Weekend, Downtown Days Draws Near, Maryville Park and Rec Volunteers Honored, plus a column about the upcoming Downtown Days event, a restaurant feature on Millie's Diner in Marine, our usual "It Happened Here" page, police blotters and more. We have obituary and/or memorial service notices for Loretta Grimaud, Jacqueline Kampwerth, Lorraine G. Jakel, Donald J. Mersinger, Nancy Lee Ping, Dorothy Potter and Janet N. Rarick.

May 29, 2014 issue available

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   Some of the stories in this issue: Memorial Day Service Honors Sacrifice of Fallen Soldiers, Fred Winters Park Dedication Set for August 2, Jakey In June BBQ Cook-Off to Feature 32 Contestants, Woman's Club of Troy Honored for 90 Years of Service, Officials Promote Office Olympics Contest, Marine Approves Budget-Appropriations Ordinance, Maryville Adds Summer Jobs, Bradley R. Smith Memorial Scholarship Recipients Announced, Girls' Track Team Brings Home 3 Medals from State, plus a column by the editor on thoughts about our fair state of Illinois, a feature on German Exchange Student Jenny Leathers, a full page with a proclamation and photos of the Woman's Club of Troy, police blotters, and a whole lot more. This issue carries an obituary for Edna M. Mollet.


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   Some of the stories in this issue: Troy Council OKs Planning Commission Change, Triad Class of 2014 Celebrates Commencement, Park Board President Steps Down, St. Jacob Names New Public Works Director, Troy Mayor Delivers State of the City Address, Author Gives Talk at Marine Historical Society Meeting, Maryville's Fred Winters Park Grows On Neighbors, Enterprise Zone Group Gets Collinsville Vote, St. Jacob Approves Zoning Rulings, Upcoming Memorial Day Services, plus a full page of photos of Triad's graduation, a glimpse into the past on the "It Happened Here" page, a column by Steve Rensberry about making the most of the Memorial Day holiday, police blotters, and lots of other great news. We have obituaries for John Bednar Jr., Harold F. Frey, Jolene Houston, Daniel G. Moore, Barbara K. Watson and Glenn C. Willmann.

May 15, 2014 edition available

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   Some of the stories in this issue: Maryville Mayor Announces Appointments, Park Events Kick Off With 'Summer of Fun' Event in Troy, Marine OKs Security System Upgrade, Triad Does Well on PARCC Field Test, Troy Library District Attorney to Retire, Building Permits Surge in Maryville, Mills Apple Farm Fire Recovery Efforts Under Way, plus three pages of local sports coverage, a column about graduation from the editor, photo coverage of the THS cardboard regatta and the St. Jacob American Legion Fishing Derby, police blotter info, and lots of other great news!

May 8 edition is available

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   Some of the stories in this issue: Results of TIF Pre-eligibility Study Revealed in Maryville; St. Jacob Looks at Converting Activity Center Into Village Hall, Triad Lady Knights Bounce Back From Tough Loss, Envirothon Team Wins Matches, Triad Middle School performance of "Dames at Sea"; THS May Band Concert, Troy Mayoral Prayer Breakfast, Troy City Budget Passes, Woman's Club Celebrates 90 Years of Service, and St. Jacob Completes Work at 6th and Napoleon Streets; plus a column by editor Steve Rensberry on the value of history and tourism, and all the usual police blotters, "It Happened Here" news, and a whole lot more!

May 1, 2014 edition is available

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    Some of the stories in this issue: Triad Trims staff, Chamber of Commerce Rolls Out the Fun, Residents Up In Arms Over Extension Rumor, Maryvilles Lets Tap Building Permit Fee Reductions Expire, Breakfast With the Band Event Raises Money For Tower, Matching Grant OK'd for Downtown Troy Business, Triad Softball Team Picks Up 4 Wins In 4 Days, plus a column by Steve Rensberry about air quality and asthma, a full page of photos from the Chamber of Commerce Dinner/Auction, police blotters, obituaries, and a whole lot more.

April 24, 2014 issue is available

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    Some of the stories in this issue: Maryville Authorizes Use of Eminent Domain for Easement, Fundraiser Aids Animal Shelter, Maryville Fire Department Helps Cancer Fight, Troy Council OKs Boundary Agreement with Glen Carbon, Tri-Township Park Board news, Marine Historical Society guest Mary Westerhold Talks About the History of Madison County, Lady Knights Win Five of Seven Games, plus a column by Steve Rensberry on job hunting secrets, police blotters, obituaries, and a full page of photos from the Community Expo!

April 17, 2014 edition available

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   Some of the stories in this issue: Troy Eyes Capital Improvement Projects, Troy FPD Ambulance Service, National Day of Prayer Events, Teacher Faces Criminal Charges, Heroin Stash Seized, Troy-O'Fallon Bike Trail Project, Maryville Considers Cutting Six Trees, Triad Sweeps Granite City in Double Header, A column about old trees by Steve Rensberry, Easter Egg Hunt photos and a story about the annual Eggstravaganza, -- plus the usual police blotters, obituaries and a whole lot more.

April 10, 2014 edition available

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   Some of the stories in this issue: Firm to Aid TIF District Development, Marine Board OK's New Clerk, St. Jacob to Join Coalition on Enterprise Zone, Maryville Library Title Proposal, $4.1 Million Hospital Renovation Underway, Troy Lion Support K-9 Proposal, a column by Steve Rensberry about work zone safety, police blotters, sports and a whole lot more!

April 3, 2014 edition available

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   Some of the stories in this issue: Community Engagement Meeting Held at Triad, Maryville Street Project Moves Forward, Spring Musical Preview, Boy Saves Father's Life, Coyote Attacks on the Rise, TMS Construction Projects, Lady Knights Break Records, and a column on car burglary prevention. Obits: Gary J. Wellen.

March 27, 2014 edition available

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   Some of the stories in this issue: Entrepreneurship Program, Central Baptist Welcomes Pastor, Triad Board OKs Calendar, St. Jacob Applying for Enterprise Zone, Meals on Weals Program, Maryville-Glen Carbon Boundary Agreement, Marine Approves Sewer Re-lining Bid, Marine Launches Website, St. Jacob Installs New Signs, Baseball Knights Start Season With Victories, Spring Valley Schoolhouse feature, a column from Steve Rensberry about fire hazards, and more. Obituaries include those for Vivian B. Smith, and Louise Simpson.

March 20, 2014 issue available

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   Some of the stories in this issue: Troy Council Approves Tourism Funds, Video Gaming Grows, Girl Scout Proclamation, Maryville Takes On Street Creeping, Maryville Sewer Line Extention In The Works, Seach Continues for Suspect in Possible Child Abduction, Tri-Township Park news, Kyle Deatheridge Rest Stop Dedication, Chamber of Commerce Events, Triad Softball Team Preview, Spring Sports Schedules, Upcoming Events, Police Blotters and obituaries for Joyce Janet Gosney, Christopher M. Hall, Delores A. Hart, Evelyn J. Harrison, Germain L. Mayer and Jay Allen Madas.

March 13, 2014 edition available

   The March 13, 2014 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is now available.
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