April 23, 2015 edition available

   The April 23, 2015 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
    Some of the stories in this issue: Police Explorers Program Continues to Grow, Aldermen Lanahan and Evans Honored for Years of Service on City Council, Vernatti Honored by Marine Board, Pin Oak Township Board of Trustees Holds Annual Meeting, Maryville Approves 4-Year Firefighters Contract, St. Jacob Approves Plan for Streets and Road Maintenance, Supervisor Says Jarvis Township Supervisor Moving in Right Direction, Triad Beats MVC Foes, Lady Knights Crush Panthers 14-0, Maryville Offers $500 Reward for Information About Defacers; plus we have police blotters, photo spreads on the TMS musical “Shrek" and the Breakfast with the Band event, an editor's column about pets, our usual It Happened Here page, and lots more. This issue has obituary listings for Ruth E. Keil, Myrle Kuhn, and Cecilia “Ann” Morris.
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April 16, 2015 edition available

   The April 16, 2015 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is now available.
    Some of the headlines in this issue: Referendum Vote Breaks 50-Year Trend, Driver Taken to Hospital After Route 162 Collision, St. Jacob Vote to Disconnect From Library District Succeeds, Troy Library Deals with Budget Cuts from Governor, Mid America Plastic Surgery to Build Offices in Maryville On 159, Maryville Considering Phone Modernization in Village Offices, Village Board Okays Emergency Replacement of Bypass Pump, Local Gaming Establishment Continues to See Strong Revenue, Library Seeks Entries for Photography Showcase, Baseball Knights Enter MVC Play with 5-6 Record Thinclads Score 8 Top 10s at Belleville Invitational; plus we have police blotters, an editor's column about senior center changes, a full-page photo spread on Cardinal Day at C.A. Henning School, and lots more. This issue has obituaries for Donald R. Barton, Christine Holtgrave, Ruth E. Keil, Robert J. Layman, and Alice McBride.
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April 9, 2015 edition available

   The April 9, 2015 edition of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Troy Tourism Fund Requests Get Green Light After Slight Change, Fire Pit and Wind Blamed in Devastating House Fire, Students Congratulated at D.A.R.E. Ceremony, Maryville Board Hears Reports from Police and Fire Chiefs, Sherry Brendel Wished Well After 13 Years at Center, Community Expo Draws a Crowd, Emergency Repairs Approved for Jacob Street Sewer Line, Second Annual Downtown Days Draws Closer, Troy Council Accepts $357,712 Bid for Dorothy Drive Extension, Maryville Adds Four Properties On Hillside Court and Burdick Creek, Deputy Saves Man's Life After Driver Crashes Into Roundabout, TMS Student Trains at Olympic Training Center, Lady Knights Defeat Cougars to Win 4th in a Row; plus we have plenty of other news about events and happenings.
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April 2, 2015 edition available

   The April 2, 2015 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
    Some of the headlines in this issue: State Budget Slices Even More Needed Funds From Triad District, Local Residents Stung By ID Theft Tax Return Scheme, Spring Musical Draws Standing Ovation at THS, Polls Open April 7 for Consolidated Election, District Releases Third Quarter Honor Rolls, Lady Knights Hammer Oilers; plus we have police blotters, an editor's column about the future of one of the Metro East's largest manufacturers, our usual “It Happened Here” history page, and lots and lots of news about upcoming events. This edition has obituaries for Roger M Johnson, Arline Jaconis, Bernice A. Norton, Audrey Klaustermeier, and Nancy P. Resmann (pending).
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