WITH A BANG: Annual fireworks program Saturday

WITH A BANG: Annual fireworks program Saturday

The Fourth of July traditionally means fireworks, and this year Pike Countians can take part in both public and private activities. Read more | Add your comment

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Sessions attends home Q&A

From the recent same-sex marriage ruling to the upcoming presidential race, U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., answered questions from Pike County residents during a meet-and-greet ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Banks couple celebrates 68th anniversary  | Add your comment
  2. SkillsUSA competes at national level  | Add your comment
  3. Judge Allen stands by decision  | Add your comment

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FREEDOM: Brundidge hosts Independence Day Parade

FREEDOM: Brundidge hosts Independence Day Parade

Nearly 100 pageant queens and 84 entries highlighted the annual Independence Day Parade held Saturday in Downtown Brundidge. Read more | Add your comment

Troy student in critical condition after fall

A group of Troy University students are seeking prayer support for one of their fellow students, who remained in critical condition Monday after falling off ... Read more | Add your comment

Art student uses passion to make money

Art student uses passion to make money

With sketch pad and pen in hand, Reginald Waller headed to the Troy University’s Malone Hall courtyard Sunday evening to practice his craft of drawing. Read more | Add your comment

Johnson Center offers Europe trip to members

When the Johnson Center for the Arts kicked off its 2015-2016 membership drive last week, the board promised to do something that it had never ... Read more | Add your comment

HISTORY MADE: Same-sex couples gain marriage rights nationwide

HISTORY MADE: Same-sex couples gain marriage rights nationwide

Same-sex couples won the right to marry nationwide Friday as a divided Supreme Court handed a crowning victory to the gay rights movement. Read more | Add your comment

  1. HISTORY MADE: Pike County reacts to Supreme Court rulings  | Add your comment
  2. Log Cabin Days continue today  | Add your comment
  3. WWII veteran calls for prayer, unity  | Add your comment
  4. Allen: Decision won’t change my policy  | Add your comment
  5. Supreme Court extends gay marriage nationwide  | Add your comment
  6. Caraway receives award  | Add your comment
  7. Meet & greet: Brown Bag summer series ends with indoor event  | Add your comment
  8. Conference addresses Charleston tragedy  | Add your comment
  9. Enzor Road residential plans develop  | Add your comment
  10. Man shares the love of Jesus one aisle at a time  | Add your comment
  11. City lowering flags  | Add your comment
  12. THE GOOD OL’ DAYS: Log Cabin Days held this weekend at Pioneer Village, allowing public to explore the venue  | Add your comment
  13. Troy City Board of Education to hire seven new employees  | Add your comment
  14. STAY ON TRACK: Riverview Baptist Church brings Vacation Bible School week to an end (photos)  | Add your comment
  15. James Pollard honored as Grand Marshal of Indepence Day Parade  | Add your comment
  16. Johnson Center membership drive underway  | Add your comment
  17. Heat advisory issued through Wednesday  | Add your comment
  18. Parents give Boys & Girls Club thumbs up  | Add your comment
  19. Stewart speaks on Federal Reserve  | Add your comment
  20. City makes progress for Publix  | Add your comment
  21. Take a journey (photos)  | Add your comment
  22. Brown Bag ending  | Add your comment
  23. BBA begins independence day celebration with two events  | Add your comment
  24. ArtTalk to be a ‘Joyous Exchange’  | Add your comment

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Minors eliminated in Districts

In the two games the Troy Dixie Minors won in their District Tournament in Slocomb, they outscored their opponents 44-3. Those two wins came against ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Troy Belles named District champs in 19-0 win  | Add your comment
  2. ELIMINATED: Troy Dixie Darlings eliminated from District Tournament with 8-5 loss to Greenville  | Add your comment
  3. Ponytails end season with 11-1 loss  | Add your comment
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Cops, Courts and Fire

Fire calls for July 1, 2015

Thursday, June 25 Responded to three medical calls Friday, June 26 Responded to three medical calls Responded to a motor vehicle accident in the 900 ... Read more | Add your comment


A JOYOUS EXCHANGE: Artists combine talents for artistic project

A JOYOUS EXCHANGE: Artists combine talents for artistic project

A crazy quilt, a thread that runs so true and written words that read like a song came together in such “A Joyous Exchange” that ... Read more | Add your comment


Stay safe on the roads this holiday weekend

Thanks to five-year low prices at the gas pump and the desire to travel, nearly 42 million Americans will be on the road this weekend. Read more | Add your comment

Columns & Opinions

The Supreme Court, raisins and economic freedom

The past week witnessed a number of momentous decisions by the U.S. Supreme Court. 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

Probate judge’s actions “an embarrassment”

Your actions - refusing to issue marriage licenses in the wake of the June 26 U. S. Supreme Court decision on gay marriage and your ... Read more | Add your comment