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Tuesday shooting sends one to hospital

Banks Buy-Rite: Rotton calls it second home

Banks Buy-Rite: Rotton calls it second home

Sheila Rotton stands behind her husband, Al, at Banks Buy-Rite, a store she can remember being around when she was just girl. Read more

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Power lines being updated

Power lines and poles are being upgraded on South Brundidge Street this week with the affected portions being the area between Love and Madison streets. Read more

Goshen teacher becomes agriscience ambassador

Goshen teacher becomes agriscience ambassador

Keith Hocutt was selected to attend the 12th annual DuPont National AgriScience Teachers Ambassador Academy in Chesapeake Farms in Chestertown, Maryland. Read more

Cattlemen’s rodeo set for weekend

The Pike County Cattlemen’s Professional Cowboy Association Rodeo this weekend is shaping up to be a great one. Ed Whatley, Pike County Cattlemen’s Association executive director, ... Read more

Tuesday shooting sends one to hospital

Tuesday shooting sends one to hospital

The Troy Police Department and Pike County Sheriff Deputies responded to call on East Orange Street, directly behind the Sunoco gas station on Three Notch ... Read more

Troy City Schools finalizes uniform policy

Troy City Schools students’ have a new uniform dress code, thanks to the school board’s approval on Tuesday. Read more

  1. Candidates see large amount of donations
  2. ALS challenge reaches Pike County
  3. Coy Danner honored by Brundidge VFW Post 7055
  4. Bunn takes bucket challenge
  5. ON CAMPUS: Students return to Troy, construction continues (PHOTOS)
  6. Ramage takes on ice challenge
  7. Second hayfield fire in a week at property
  8. Downtown tailgate planned to kick off season
  9. Correction: Troy resident receives dental honor
  10. Back to Class: New middle school facility greets Troy City students on first day of school year
  11. Spurlock is helping hand at kindergarten
  12. Lyons: Extension’s key role
  13. Bennett: ‘Nowhere like Pike County’
  14. Former Troy resident nominated for dental honor
  15. IRS warns of ongoing phone scams
  16. McClaney accepts plea deal
  17. Overturned truck backs up traffic
  18. Southern charm: Tennille native shares fashion secrets, success
  19. Looking Back: Carroll-TSU professor or Rhett Butler?
  20. New international students receive art center memberships
  21. Troy students invited to progressive dinner
  22. Homecoming at China Grove / Concord Cemetery set for Sunday
  23. Forensic evidence presented at McClaney trial
  24. TCC applies for historical grant funds

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Sports

‘This game is huge’

Fred Holland has stood across a sideline from Charles Henderson every year since 1985. Read more

  1. Smartt following father’s lead, enters coaching profession
  2. With Pike County Classic looming, Charles Henderson is getting down to business
  3. Troy Parks & Recreation gearing up for fall sports season
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Cops, Courts and Fire

Fire calls for Aug. 20, 2014

Aug. 15 One medical call Motor vehicle accident at US Highway 231 South at mile marker 178, 2:53 p.m. Motor vehicle accident at Alabama Highway ... Read more

Lifestyles

Former Hillcrest players pay tribute to Boyd

Former Hillcrest players pay tribute to Boyd

Joseph E. Boyd, Jr. didn’t try to hide the tears in his eyes. Read more

Editorials

EWTN case is a fight for religious liberty

A modern-day fight for religious liberty is taking place right here in Alabama, and the outcome will shape the course of our nation for years ... Read more

Columns & Opinions

Skipping bars: Icing on the cake

If I’d ever had five brand new dresses before, I didn’t remember. Read more

Blogs

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

Letters to the Editor

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Garbage collection service expected

This letter is in response to the article on Tuesday, July 8 about the solid waste collection system being “broken”. Since the trash pick-up became ... Read more