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.  
   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: 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.
    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: 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.

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