TPD investigating shooting

TPD investigating shooting

Troy police are investigating a shooting that left one person hospitalized late Saturday night. Read more

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Goshen third graders ‘track’ the weather

The third-grade students at Goshen Elementary School kicked off their class-wide weather project Tuesday with a visit from Josh Johnson, meteorologist with WFSA’s Storm Team ... Read more

  1. Pet photo contest: Why not mules?
  2. New bike racks in place
  3. Grant benefits ArtBridges

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Drug arrests debated in sheriff’s race

Is the Pike County Sheriff’s Department effective or lax when it comes to pursuing drug-related crimes? Read more

Phishing scam hits local banks

An intense round of phishing scams struck local bank customers on Friday, prompting warnings for extra caution. Read more

City celebrates new middle school facility

City celebrates new middle school facility

After approximately a little more than a year and a half in planning and construction, Charles Henderson Middle School has been in operation for the ... Read more

Dogs lead entries in pet photo contest

Dogs lead entries in pet photo contest

Dog Days are upon us and don’t think the dogs don’t know it. Read more

‘World’s Largest Peanut Boil’ draws fans to Luverne

‘World’s Largest Peanut Boil’ draws fans to Luverne

Tennessee Ernie Ford sang about 16 tons of number nine coal and that’s a lot of coal. Read more

  1. Local bank warns of debit card scam
  2. Planning board OK’s work
  3. ALDOT warns of heavy holiday traffic
  4. Traffic topic of study
  5. Pike Liberal Arts hears roby speak at PCRW meeting
  6. Just a swingin’
  7. Former CHHS football player visits current CHMS student at Children’s
  8. TR-OJ-ANS!
  9. New U.S. 231 development has benefits
  10. Roby discusses VA health care changes
  11. Troy Pilot Club donates to Miracle League field, playground
  12. Lamda Chi fraternity lends a hand
  13. TRMC puts twist on Ice Bucket Challenge
  14. Electric company warns of scam
  15. TCS, TPD working to alleviate traffic concerns on Gibbs and Elm streets
  16. Plan to reopen bar given conditional approval
  17. Reception honors arts council
  18. Farm City looks to promote agriculture
  19. Former student under conditional bond for New Year’s murder
  20. Commission approves EMA funding
  21. Fiscal year budgets proposed for Pike County
  22. BRONCS & BULLS: PCA Rodeo weekend a great success (PHOTOS)
  23. Pike Lib cheerleading squad wins state championship
  24. Troy rolls out 311 application

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Goshen Lady Eagles sweep past  Brantley despite sluggish start

Goshen Lady Eagles sweep past Brantley despite sluggish start

Goshen head coach Amy Warrick wasn’t pleased with how her team won, but will take the win any day. Read more

  1. Friday night helmet stickers: Hixon, Lawson
  2. Silvers: I don’t need to think as much, just let it fly
  3. Long bus ride home fuels Troy players to get better quickly
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Cops, Courts and Fire

Troy Police reports for Sept. 3, 2014

Arrest Reports: Aug. 28 Crawley, Jeffery Craig, Age 23, County Road 3336, Brundidge, Alias Writ of Arrest and Failure to Register Vehicle Aug. 29 Kreis, ... Read more


Rising to meet changing face of ‘labor’

When Labor Day was created more than 115 years ago, the American worker was a different creature. Read more

Columns & Opinions

Good girls don’t do snuff

Like a lot of women of my childhood, my grandmother dipped snuff. My granny said there wasn’t ... 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