TCS, TPD working to alleviate traffic concerns on Gibbs and Elm streets

TCS, TPD working to alleviate traffic concerns on Gibbs and Elm streets

Representatives from the Troy City Schools and the Troy Police Department are working together to alleviate traffic concerns on Gibbs and Elm streets during pick-up ... Read more

Latest news

Electric company warns of scam

South Alabama Electric Cooperative is warning customer to be wary of a phone scam circulating in the area. Read more

  1. Plan to reopen bar given conditional approval
  2. Reception honors arts council
  3. Farm City looks to promote agriculture

The Latest

Former student under conditional bond for New Year’s murder

A former Troy University student and football commit charged with the murder of another Troy student on New Year’s will be allowed to await trial ... Read more

Commission approves EMA funding

The Pike County Commission approved funding to keep an assistant in the EMA office through the end of the fiscal year. Read more

Fiscal year budgets proposed for Pike County

The Pike County Commission on Monday reviewed 2015 budget requests from county departments. Read more

BRONCS & BULLS: PCA Rodeo weekend a great success (PHOTOS)

BRONCS & BULLS: PCA Rodeo weekend a great success (PHOTOS)

The Pike County Cattlemen’s PCA Rodeo weekend was a great success with a good crowd Friday night and one of the biggest crowds in Pike ... Read more

Pike Lib cheerleading squad wins state championship

Pike Lib cheerleading squad wins state championship

For the third year in a row, Pike Liberal Arts School Varsity Large Squad won the state championship in the Alabama Independent School Association (AISA) ... Read more

  1. Troy rolls out 311 application
  2. Gamble shares love of cooking with church community
  3. Roby: VA changes ‘sorely needed’
  4. Classes teach gun safety to women
  5. Gospel singing benefits recovery group
  6. TES students say ‘I can read’
  7. Troy Police investigating ‘purge’ posts on social media
  8. Western Festival now offering free admission for children
  9. Dog Days: Heat advisory raises hydration concerns
  10. Plans for vacation rental home in the works
  11. TRMC joins trauma system
  12. James Mullis to play studio 116
  13. Powell follows Pike County football for 30 years
  14. Virtual classes offer real rewards for local students
  15. Troy man arrested for child porn
  16. Troy to host State Council on the Arts meeting
  17. City seeing benefits from litter ordinance
  18. Pike Co. Cattleman’s rodeo dates back quite a few years
  19. Troy Bank & Trust put twist on Ice Bucket Challenge
  20. Drenched: sisters and friends accept ice bucket challenge
  21. TPD makes arrest in Orange St. shooting
  22. Roby visits business owners
  23. Brundidge applies for waste plant grant

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Decock’s long road back to Troy ends with blowout win over Alabama State

One year ago, Kailani Decock was lying in a hospital bed undergoing her eighth round of chemotherapy. Tuesday afternoon she walked off her home pitch ... Read more

  1. Pike JV deadlocks with Lee-Scott
  3. Young knows both sides of Troy/UAB ‘war’
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Cops, Courts and Fire

County Jail logs for Aug. 27

Aug. 25 IN James Wilson, 29, possession of controlled substance, Department of Corrections inmate back for court, 11 a.m. Jablonski Edwards, 25, failure to appear ... Read more


Paper painting: Seniors at Colley Complex “paint” with paper

Paper painting: Seniors at Colley Complex “paint” with paper

Elvis Presley sang a song about looking out the window and seeing a bird way up in a tree. Although that imagery is bright and cheerful, ... Read more


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

P.G. or not to be?

The image of the stork winging its way to our house with my baby brother cradled ... Read more


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