May 29, 2014 issue available

  Back issues of the May 29 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune are 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.


May 22, 2014 edition available

   Back issues of the May 22 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune are available.
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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

   The May 15 Edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is now 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

   Back issues of the May 8 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune are available.
   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!

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