Sept. 25, 2014, edition available

  The September 25, 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 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.
   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 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.
   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: 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.
   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: 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.

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