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.

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