June 25, 2015 edition available

   The June 25, 2015 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is available. If you missed your copy or need more, we have extras at the office. Our July 2 issue will hit the newsstands and be mailed to subscribers on July 1. The Times-Tribune office will be closed on July 3 in honor of Independence Day on July 4.    Some of the headlines in this issue: TMS Student Group Petitions Board of Education, St. Jacob Seeks Outside Firm to Perform Village Accounting, Prolonged Heavy Rainfall Causes Area Flooding, Marine Updates Police Equipment and Hires Officer, Four Triad Alumni Honored as Scholar-Athletes, Rain Idles Troy Junior American Legion Team; plus we have police blotter news, a column by Steve Rensberry about the state's plan to tax advertising, our usual “It Happened Here” history page, and lot more! This issue has obituaries for Michael N. Arterburn, Laura Jean Fields, Clif Metze, Albert Picchioldi, William E. Rogers, and John R. Sanders III.
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June 18, 2015 edition available

   The June 18, 2015 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is now available!
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Sixty Unit Subdivision Plan Gets Troy Council's OK, New Adams Store Mural Adds Color to Downtown, Cars Collide on Riggin Road, Troy PD Goes the Extra Mile for Special Olympics, Tri-Township Park Board Approves Appropriations Ordinance, Butler Wraps Up College Softball Career in Style; plus we have police blotters, an editors column on fathers and fishing trips, a full page feature on Gene Adams and the Music of Troy, and a full page of photos from this year's Downtown Days celebration. This issue has obituries for James C. Brendel, Paul D. Hooks, and Cecelia Leona Hubert.
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June 11, 2015 edition available

     The June 11, 2015 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is available.
    Some of the headlines in this issue: Downtown Days Event Kicks Off This Weekend, Lanahan Appointed to Fill Seat On Tri-Township Library Board, Annual Cook-Off Draws Thousands to St. Jacob, Historical Society Takes a Step Back in Time, Drost Park Juvenile Vandals Arrested, Marine Board Hires CPA For Annual Audit, St. Jacob Promotes Souders to Chief of Police Department, New Mexican Restaurant Opens in Troy; Plus we have a full page of photos of this year's Jakey in June event, police and crime news, a column about time speeding up as we get older, and a whole lot more! This issue has obituaries for Cynthia Marie Bohn, Milton Langenwalter, and Norma June Meyer.
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June 4, 2015 edition available

   The June 4, 2015 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is off the presses and on its way to subscribers and newsstands!    Here's a peak at some of the headlines in this issue: Maryville to Award Bids for Work on Drost/Neptune Improvements, Troy Lions Club Plans Raffle to Support K-9 Unit, MCT Donates Bicycles to Maryville Police, Hearing Scheduled for Three New Residential Developments, Sterling Named to Police Pension Board, City to Auction Seized Property, Officials Say Report of Deadly Snakes was False, Maryville Seeks Parade Entries; plus we have police blotters, news about upcoming events, club and education news, photo spreads on the Relay for Life event, the Cop on a Rooftop fundraiser, and the VFW display on World War I Hero Walter E. Gaultney. Our “It Happened Here” page features an intriguing story by Ashley Mattingly on a murder that took place in Pin Oak Township many years ago, entitled “Leclaire Man Murdered - The Fate of Nelson Voss.” This issue has obituaries for Norma V. Labrot, Ralph E. Neighbors, Dennis Nemeth, and Kenneth Wiesemeyer.
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