July 30, 2015 edition available

   The July 30, 2015 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is off the presses and will be distributed Wednesday!
   Some of the stories in this issue: Jarvis Township Senior Citizens Center To Close; St. Jacob Board Votes to Raise Salaries for Mayor and Trustees, Emergency Crews Respond to Multiple Accidents, St. Jacob Adds K-9 Officer in Training to Police Department, Troy UMC To Host Broadway Revue, Agencies Publish Results of Madison County Flood Survey, Triad Board Approves Bid for Repair of Crusader Hall at TMS, Private Streets Pose Problems for Residents and the Village in Maryville, Family Seeks Help in Finding Space for Foster Closet Effort, Buente Finds Golfing Niche at Lewis University, Troy 1 Maintains Advantage as Top Seeded Team, Maryville Plans for Centralized Phone and Computer Services; plus we have our usual police blotters, an editor's column about good news and bad news, a full-page photo spread on the Troy Homecoming, and lots more! This issue has an obituary for Charles Otis Edwards.
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July 23, 2015 edition available

   The July 23, 2015 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is off the presses and will be distributed to newsstands and mailed to subscribers Wednesday morning!
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Lions Club Names Grand Marshals for Parades, Dorothy Drive Extension Moves Forward, Maryville Appropriates Funds for Fiscal Year 2015-2016, St. Jacob Celebration Features Colorful Floats, Maryville Retirees May Pay Full Premiums and Retain Insurance, Troy Council Resolution Paves Way for New Auto Parts Store, Marine Board Receives Update on the Duncan Street Project, St. Jacob Motorcyclist Places at AMA National Event; plus we have an editor's column about homecomings throughout history, local police blotters, a full page feature on local musician and teacher Audrey Deeren, a full page photo spread on the St. Jacob Homecoming, and lots more! This issue has obituaries for Robert Biby, Franci, L. Bowles, Bernice L. Gum, Troy Allen Moody, and Joseph W. Smith.
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July 16, 2015 edition available

   The July 16, 2015 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is now available.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Open House Planned on Flooding Issues in Silver Creek Watershed, Chamber of Commerce Events Fill Summer and Fall Calendar, Monument in Troy Honors Former McCray-Dewey High School, Souders Sworn in as Chief of Police in St. Jacob, Council Receptive to Proposed Community Garden Project, Access Fuss Holds Up Approval of Villas Final Plat by Village, Maryville to Set COBRA Policy, Troy Library Board Adopts 2016 Budget and Appropriations Acts; plus we have police blotters, a full page photo spread of the Maryville Firemen's Homecoming, a column about bike trails in Troy, and lots more! This issue has obituaries for Phyllis Jean Blurton, Marijke Jones-Boels, Melvin Niehaus, and Joe M. Shepherd.
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July 9, 2015 edition available

   The July 9, 2015 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is now available.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Council Rejects Water Plant Bids After Cost Rises, Parishes Welcome New Pastor, Troy Aldermen Approve Appropriations Ordinance, Maryville PD Solves Rash of Break-Ins, Troy Fireworks Display Is One of the Best, Marine Board Approves Gazebo Roof Painting Plan, Cindy Winters Asks for Prayer in Wake of Court Finding, Triad Places Four on All-MVC Softball Team, Football Knights to Face Familiar Foes in 2015; plus we have our usual “It Happened Here” page, an editor's column about motives and the insanity defense in a court of law, and a whole lot more! This issue has an obituary for Joyce Yount.
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July 2, 2015 edition available

   The July 2, 2015 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is off the presses and will be headed your way in the morning!
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Maryville Police Solve Case of Stolen Weapons, School Resource Officers Under Consideration for Triad Middle School, Area Farmers Face Delays, Daiber Takes Oath of Office for Term Number Three, Kayaking Day Continues to be a Popular Event, Maryville Street Collapses Due to Subsurface Undermining, Triad Booters Earn Nine All-MVC Selections; plus we have police blotters, a full-page photo spread of scenes from the Marine Homecoming, an editor's column about Independence Day, and a whole lot more! Section B carries Tax Assessments for St. Jacob Township, Pin Oak Township, and Marine Township. This issue has obituaries for Loann Fleming, Helen M. Miller, and Harold G. “Jr” Rehg.
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