October 1, 2015 edition available

   The October 1, 2015 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is now available.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Triad Board Approves FY16 Budget; Kelly-Miller Circus Clown Visits Troy Locations, Marine Hot Air Balloon Show Exceeds Expectations, Investigation Into Drowning Death Continues, Bench at Tri-Township Park In Troy Honors Roger Tegmeyer, Maryville FD To Acquire New Cardiac Monitor/Defibrillator; plus we have new about upcoming events, an editor's column about Illinois politics, our usual “It Happened Here” history page, a full-page photo spread about the recent Hot Air Balloons over Marine event, a special Fire Prevention Week section, and lots more. This issue carried obituaries for Richard D. Bequette, Richard Brown, Sandra Lea Hults, Nancy “Nan” Johnson, Carroll C.J.” Lanahan, Joyce Liniger, Samantha Randolph, David R. Rickert St., and Mildred E. Worthen.
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Sept. 24, 2015 edition available

   The September 24, 2015 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is now available.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Troy Aldermen Okay Pilot Program and Purchase of Motorcycle, Marine Mayor Proclaims Constitution Week, Huelsmann Sworn In As New Clerk For Jarvis Township, Troy Lions Club Installs Officers, St. Jacob Committees Realigned to Include New Board Member, Lasseigne Appointed to Serve On Troy Planning Commission, Circle K Store Plan Get Approval from Maryville, Knights Swamp Waterloo 35-14 in MVC Opener; plus we have a full page of photos on the final Troy Family Summer of Fun event for the season, an editor's column about book hoarding, and lots more! This edition has obituaries for Randa Lynn Briggs, Nancy “Nan” Johnsen, and Harold Swearingen.
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Sept. 17, 2015 edition now available

   The September 17, 2015 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is now available.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Jarvis Seniors and Tri-Township Park Discuss Switching Offices, Council Oks $139,457 Bid to Beautify Interchange, Farm on Bouse Road Receives State Recognition, Annual 5K Run/Walk Honors America's Heroes, National Assisted Living Week 2015 Recognized, Proclamation Issued for “Thank a Police Officer Day,” Five-Car Accident in Troy Snarls Traffic on Route 40, Local Mensa Member Continues to Surprise, No Body Cams for Maryville PD, Triad Wins 14-12 Defensive Battle in Mt. Vernon, Soccer Team Goes 2-1 During 3-Game Stretch, Troy Historical Society To Host Walking Tour; plus we have a full page of photos of the Bradley R. Smith Memorial Run/Walk, an editor's column about job opportunities, and lots more! This edition has obituaries for Tameysin Adelhart, Marilyn Crowder, Keith Thomas Harley, Emma C. Mills, Donald E. Ploesser, Marian V. Price, and Mary D. Recklein.
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Sept. 10, 2015 edition available

   The September 10, 2015 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is now available.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: EMS Service in Troy Marks Another Milestone, Troy Senior Breathe New Life Into Center, Help South to Restore Memorial in Maryville, St. Jacob Considers Raising Own Chickens, Woodman of the World to Dedicate Flag Pole on September 12 in Troy, Events Set for Marine Sport Aviation Show, Completed Lanes of Maryville's East Main Street Open to Autos, Marine Village Board Authorized Balloon Festival, Knights Rally Late for 21-20 Win Over Kahoks, Triad Spikers Finish Second at Alton Round Robin; plus we have police blotters, our “It Happened Hear” history page, and a column about prophets of paranoia. This edition has obituaries for Roma W. Abbott, and Jack C. Shields.
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September 3, 2015 edition available

   The September 3, 2015 issue of the Troy Times-Tribune is now available.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Sixth Day Enrollment At Triad Shows Increase Over Last Year, Trio Stops in Troy on 2,700 Mile Trip Across U.S., Local High School Students Intern with Lawyers, Officials Hope to Expedite Work on South Main Street Project, Scout Pack Holds Annual Cubanapolis Race At Tri-Township Park, Maryville Water and Annexation Were Board Agenda Topics, Marine Air Show to Feature Hot Air Balloons and Flying Machines, Maryville and Collinsville Township Still at Odds, Caucus Discusses Bid Awards and Other Issues; plus we have police blotters, our “It Happened Here” history page, a column about good news and the economy, and a whole lot more! This edition has obituaries for John E. Engel, Larry P. Kampwerth, Meredith J. Moses, Verna C. Ottwein, Gail D. Picket, and August “Willie” Stark.
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