October 29, 2015 edition available

   The Oct. 29, 2015 edition of the Times-Tribune is now available. 
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Costumed Characters Descend on Fall Community Expo in Troy, Craft Fair Brings Vendors From Far and Wide, Troy Veterans Day Parade To Take Place Nov. 3, Friends Rally Following Death of Woman Near Troy, Triad Hears Report from Auditor, Maryville EMS Adds Two EMTs, Marine to Buy New Storm Siren, Althoff Tops Triad in Battle of Unbeaten Teams, Athletes Bound for Cross Country Sectional, Lady Knights Win Regional Opener Over Cougars; plus we have an editor's column about the history of Halloween, photos features on the Community Expo, and Pumpkin Smash Bash at Troy elementary schools, and lots more. This issue has obituaries for Michael Harris, Nicholas L. Hood, Fern Kiser, Eugene A. Kiser, Gregory T. Kuhse. Samantha S. Miller, and Brian S. Larsen.
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October 22, 2015 edition available

   The Oct. 22, 2015 edition of the Times-Tribune is now available.
  Some of the headlines in this issue: Master Sergeant Kuhse Killed in Helicopter Crash, Buddy Bench Project Helps Foster Friendship, South Main Street Project May be Done by November 15, Partners 4 Pets Prepares for Annual Fall Festival, Local Route 66 Event Expected to Draw Visitors From Across U.S., Maryville Considers Payment For, Work on Sugarloaf Drainage, Luttrell Retires from Troy PD After 25 Years, Troy Resident Sworn in as U.S. Citizen in Ceremony, Knights Clinch MVC Title with 35-13 Win Over CM, TMS Cross County Teams Win at State Meet, St. Jacob Promotes Officer to Sergeant in Charge of Training; plus we have a column about safe driving in residential neighborhoods, a photo feature on an anti-bullying assembly at THS, and lots more! This edition has obituaries for Roma W. Abbott, James L. Freeman, S. Jeanne Harper, Gloria Manester, Barbara A. Nemeth, and Tom Shemwell.
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October 15, 2015 edition available

   The Oct. 15, 2015 edition of the Times-Tribune is now available.
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Maryville Awards $888,475 Bid for East Main Street Reconstruction, Troy FPR and Grilin' Fools BBQ Bash Brings Hundreds to Park, Kelly Miller Circus Performs Spectacular Show, Troy Historical Society Hosts Walk and Talk Event, Trustees in Marine Hear Report on Park, Kiwanis Organization Working to Form New Club in Troy, Maryville FD Adds Life-Saving Cardiac Compression Device, Troy Library Resurfaces Lot for Parking and Adds ADA Spaces, Local Girl Scouts Renovate K-9 Groom Room; plus we have an editor's column about wildlife in Illinois, a full page photo spread of the recent circus performance in Troy, our usual “It Happened Here” page, and lots more! This issue has obituary notices for George T. Aebel, Jack Duane Goerke, Elnora M. Hamann, and Al Nylnand III.
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Oct. 8, 2015 edition now available

  The Oct. 8, 2015 edition of the Times-Tribune is now available.   
   Some of the headlines in this issue: Ordinance Corrects Right-Of-Way Oversight on Bradley Smith Drive, St. Jacob to Allow Chickens On Residents' Property, Civic Leaders Say Debt-Ridden CARD Needs to Go, Ribbon-Cutting Held for Dorothy Drive Extension, Triad District Releases Annual Salary And Benefits Report, Aldermen Discuss Flooding Problems, Triad Teacher Kristine Beer to Receive Emerson Teaching Award, Friedens UCC To Host Christmas for the Troops, Lady Knights 3rd in Triad Round Robbin Tourney, Soccer Knights Snap Winless Streak; plus we have our usual “It Happened Here” page, news about upcoming events, a column about overcoming stage freight, and a whole lot more! This issue has obituaries for LaVon Brueggeman, Ralph Albert Franklin, and Darrell “Corky” Parton.
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