Inspiring: Leadership conference seeks to inform, inspire community

Inspiring: Leadership conference seeks to inform, inspire community

The 2015 Leadership Conference at Troy University closed at noon on Saturday just as it opened on Friday night – with an enthusiastic and inspirational ... Read more | Add your comment

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Love stories: Bread ties and dirt roads: Couples share memories of love

Love stories: Bread ties and dirt roads: Couples share memories of love

“My wife Renee and I are considered by some to be ‘old timers’ since we have been married for over 32 years,” said the Rev. ... Read more | Add your comment

Library honors outstanding volunteer tutor

Library honors outstanding volunteer tutor

Troy University social work major Margaret Tomanovich was named the 2015 Tutor of the Year at Troy Public Library. Read more | Add your comment

Abernathy: ‘I do not weep’

If Juanita Jones Abernathy had said no more than her opening remarks at the opening ceremony of the 15th Annual Leadership Conference at Troy University ... Read more | Add your comment

Animal shelter groundbreaking is Tuesday

Tuesday brings a groundbreaking event that is “eight years in the making.” Read more | Add your comment

PLAS releases honor roll listing

Pike Liberal Arts School recently released its second nine weeks honor roll. Students named include: Read more | Add your comment

  1. ‘closure’: Goshen man is sentenced to life in prison for son’s murder  | Add your comment
  2. Talks begin today at Troy  | Add your comment
  3. Gala fun on tap  | Add your comment
  4. Pioneer Museum loses matriarch  | Add your comment
  5. Sanders: County finances improving  | Add your comment
  6. ‘Go Red’ this Friday  | Add your comment
  7. Hands-on: Arts grant allows students to put hands on history  | Add your comment
  8. On the job: CHMS students shadow mentors  | Add your comment
  9. Council considers raises  | Add your comment
  10. Guy brings wit, wisdom to Troy conference  | Add your comment
  11. Art talk honors two Alabama artists  | Add your comment
  12. Cruz tops Trump  | Add your comment
  13. ‘Amazing’: Annual storytelling festival delights audiences, wins fans  | Add your comment
  14. GOP Women meet  | Add your comment
  15. Griffin celebrates 100 years in January  | Add your comment
  16. Abernathy: Lifelong effort for justice, equality  | Add your comment
  17. Absentee voting under way  | Add your comment
  18. Pike County BOE seeks land for virtual high  | Add your comment
  19. The Winner  | Add your comment
  20. PLAS STudents Meet the AG  | Add your comment
  21. Troy hosts 15th Leadership Conference  | Add your comment
  22. Honor Band  | Add your comment
  23. Kling: Teller of lingering stories  | Add your comment
  24. Tax help: Volunteers offer free tax prep to elderly, those in need  | Add your comment

Calendar of events


Trojans ready for Rebels

With the Class 5A area 3 tournament set to get underway today, Charles Henderson head coach Carl Hollis’ message to his players is to be ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Heating up: Lady Eagles turn up the heat in the second half and defeat Elba 49-43 in area tournament  | Add your comment
  2. Charles Henderson ready for area tournament  | Add your comment
  3. Speed wins: Pike County puts damper on Goshen senior night by defeating Eagles 59-48 on Friday  | Add your comment
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Cops, Courts and Fire

Police reports for Dec. 10, 2015

Incident reports: Saturday, Dec. 5 Vehicle Towed at Burger King Suspicious circumstances on Elm Street Harassment on Harassing Communications on S Knox Street Domestic Dispute ... Read more | Add your comment


The binding of time

The binding of time

Pike County Probate Judge Wes Allen and his staff are committed to the Pike County community and part of that commitment includes the preservation of ... Read more | Add your comment


Here comes the Legislature

House Republicans have announced their agenda. Gov. Robert Bentley has promised some initiatives that will excite Alabamians, but is saving them for his State of ... Read more | Add your comment

Columns & Opinions

No more boxes of Valentine candy

Romantic is not a word that would have been used to describe Daddy. Read more | Add your comment


Now is the time to help those who’ve lost so much

My husband and I were returning from a trip to visit his family in Montgomery on Christmas night and passed by Brantley Mobile Home Park ... Read more | Add your comment

Letters to the Editor

The death of an industry

Why would the government destroy an industry that is absolutely essential to the quality of life of American seniors and those with physical handicaps? Why ... Read more | Add your comment