May 28, 2015 edition available

   The May 28, 2015 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is on newsstands and on its way to subscribers.
   Some of the stories in this issue: Stephens Begins Wounded Warrior Walk in Troy, Triad May Purchase Three New Buses, Scout Dedicates Butterfly Garden, Maryville Hires Summer Help, Memorial Day Service Honors Those Who Gave Ultimate Sacrifice, St.Jacob Police Chief Says Village Needs More Police, Jakey In June BBQ Cook-Off Set for June 5-7 in St. Jacob, Illinois Motorheads Motorcycle Club Donates Bench to Marine, Maryville Board Approved Appointments, Local Exchange Student Iris Geusebroek Shares Her Experiences, Richters Bring Home Three Medals from State, Soccer Team Beats Waterloo in Regional Final; plus we have police blotters, honor rolls, a full-page photo spread on the Memorial Day service in Troy, an editor's column and a whole lot more!
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Troy Memorial Day Service, May 25

Troy city employee Tim Burgess hangs a U.S. flag on a pole near the Times-Tribune, in preparation for the Memorial Day weekend. Memorial Day services will be held at 1 p.m. at Tri-Township Park in Troy on May 25, at the veterans memorial. The event will feature music by the Troy Community Band.

May 21, 2015 edition now available

   The May 21, 2015 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is now available.
    Some of the stories in this issue: Council Oks Ordinance Vacating Portion of Street to Madison County, Triad to Begin Transitioning to Online Registration Process, Class of 2015 Urged to Give Back to Communities, Progress Being Made On Staunton Road Project, Maryville Fire Department to Purchase Hydraulic Equipment, Feature Story: Abusers Can Change by Making Better Choices in Their Lives, Baseball Knights Win Two of Three Recent Games, Triad Booters Reign Supreme in MVC Once Again, MCT Completes Heritage Trail Reconstruction Project, Ed Shafer Named to Illinois Aviation Hall of Fame; plus we have a full page photo spread on THS commencement ceremonies, police blotters, our “It Happened Here” history page, and lot more! The issue carries an obituary for Felicitas Korte.
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Crews Respond to Rt. 40 Accidents


   (Troy Times-Tribune) - 5/20/2015, 4:13 p.m. -- Emergency crews are just now clearing the scene of two accidents which occurred in quick succession on Route 40, just east of RP Lumber and the I-55/70 Interchange near Troy. Traffic is backed up, so be careful. This is the third accident today on the stretch of Route 40 going past Troy. An earlier accident occurred shortly before 8 a.m. just east of the intersection of Route 40 and Troy-O'Fallon Road. With continuing construction on I-70, the heavier-than-normal amounts of traffic utilizing Route 40 appears to be a challenge.

May 14, 2015 edition is available

   The May 14, 2015 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is on newsstands and on its way to subscribers!    Some of the stories in this issue: Death of Taylor Clark Brings Outpouring of Sympathy, South Main Street Project Date Pushed Back to May 26, Leaders Seeks Blessing and Guidance at Prayer Breakfast, St. Jacob Storm Warning Siren Out Due to Lightning Strike, Paul Jarvis Sings on Radio for Willie Nelson's 82nd Birthday, Maryville Police Officers Attend Training Classes, Marine Trustees Are Sworn In, Maryville Swears in Re-elected Trustees, Library Trustees Take Oath of Office; plus we have a full pages feature on Community Band Director Bob Rogier, an editor's column about the scourge of violence, a special B Section with photos of the Triad Graduating Class of 2015, police blotters, and a whole lot more. This issue has and obituary listing for Taylor Stephen Clark.
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South Main Street Project Update

   5/12/2015 - Notice: Troy city officials announced at the last city council meeting that the start date for the South Main Street reconstruction project has been moved to May 26. Message boards will be in place one week before. This week's edition of the Times-Tribune will have additional details.

Funeral for Taylor Clark scheduled

    Richeson Funeral Home in Troy has announced visitation and funeral services for Taylor Clark of St. Jacob, whose life tragically ended this past week in Hazelwood, Mo. Visitation is scheduled for 4-8 p.m. on May 11, and 9-10 a.m. on May 12, at St. Jerome Catholic Church in Troy.
   The funeral service will take place at 10 a.m. on May 12 at the church. There is likely to be a crowd. See this week's Times-Tribune, or www.richesonfh.com/ for a full obituary. The photo is of the candlelight vigil held on May 6 at the ZX Gas Station where he worked. (Photo by Steve Rensberry)

May 7, 2015 edition available

   The May 7, 2015 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is on newsstands and on its way to subscribers.
   Some of the stories in this issue: Newly Elected Aldermen Take Their Seat on Troy Council, Maryville Officials Upset About Township Tax vs Services, Planting Season Well Under Way, State's Attorney's Office Donated $1,000 to K-9 Unit, Man Dies in Route 4 Accident, Ron Stephens To Begin Walk for Wounded Warriors in Troy, Lady Knights Win Rockwood Summit Tournament, Softball Squad Splits Four Games in Latest Action; plus we have police blotters, a full page photo spread on the THS Jazz Band and other happenings around town, our usual “It Happened Here” history page, and an editor's column about police departments that are worth their weight in gold. This week's edition has a bonus section for National Police Week, with photos of local officers, plus a whole lot more! We have obituaries for Gary Gabehart, Nancy M. Dugan, and Bobby S. Randolph.
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Police confirm student's body found

   May 6/2015 -  A missing person's report that is printed in this week's issue of the Troy Times-Tribune regarding SIUE student Taylor S. Clark, of St. Jacob, has been come to a sad close, with an official announcement this morning from police that his body has been found. We will have more details about this tragic incident in our next print edition, on May 14.

April 30, 2015 edition available

   The April 30, 2015 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
    Some of the stories in this issue: Hewitt Replaces Luttrell as President of School Board, Guests Pack Gateway Center for Chamber Auction, Children Plant Trees on Earth Day, Council Considers Budget Cuts, MCT Donates Police Bicycles to Maryville Police Department, Traces of Historic Troy Soda Business Still Around; plus we have police blotters, a full page photo spread on the Chamber of Commerce Auction, our “It Happened Here” history page, an editor's column about IDOT's listening tour, and lots more! This issue has obituaries for William D. Parker, Pearl A. Rusteberg, and Martha Kay White.
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