STEP BY STEP: Relay for Life drew crowds from all over the county to trample cancer one step at a time

STEP BY STEP: Relay for Life drew crowds from all over the county to trample cancer one step at a time

Twenty-one Relay for Life teams celebrated another successful Pike County Relay for Life Campaign Friday night at the Troy Sportsplex. Perhaps, Shelia Deveridge, Relay board ... Read more | Add your comment

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Boyd English offered job as superintendent

Crenshaw County Schools offered Charles Henderson High School Principal Boyd English the superintendent position. English and Steve Sanders, chairman of the school board, will meet ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Southeast band in concert Monday  | Add your comment
  2. Donation given to volunteer fire department  | Add your comment
  3. FAME GAME: Shaunna and Matt West featured in HGTV’s Sweet House Alabama pilot  | Add your comment

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Thomas named A.C.E. recipient

Thomas named A.C.E. recipient

Raydiance Thomas, a senior at Charles Henderson High School, was named the recipient of the Troy Exchange Club’s A.C.E. Award at the club’s Thursday meeting. ... Read more | Add your comment

Retired policeman rediscovers his love for art

Retired policeman rediscovers his love for art

Some things happen by chance. If, by chance, Ed McCloud and Jim Pruitt had not been assigned booths side by side at the flea market ... Read more | Add your comment

Spring Plantin’ at Pioneer Museum

Everything will be coming up “roses” after Spring Plantin’ Days Friday and Saturday at the Pioneer Museum of Alabama. The annual plantin’ day event pays ... Read more | Add your comment

Fuel leak shuts down U.S. 231 near Brundidge

All four lanes of U.S. 231 south of Brundidge are shut down Thursday morning as emergency crews work to clean up a jet fuel ... Read more | Add your comment

Circuit clerk office gets budget cuts

Pike County Circuit Clerk Jamie Scarborough fears state budget shortfalls may prompt additional personnel cuts in her already understaffed office and force the office to ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Troy businesses show leadership  | Add your comment
  2. Forever young: Bessie Kate Wood celebrates 100 years young  | Add your comment
  3. CHHS presents ‘Band Geeks’ Friday, Saturday  | Add your comment
  4. Summer program signup begins  | Add your comment
  5. Wiregrass Blues Fest launches tonight  | Add your comment
  6. PROTEST: Hillside residents express emotions toward relocation  | Add your comment
  7. Paths to come with roadwork  | Add your comment
  8. Survivors gather for Annual Dinner  | Add your comment
  9. Judge’s request denied  | Add your comment
  10. Nepal students affected by earthquake  | Add your comment
  11. Troy Elementary School students become super citizens (photo)  | Add your comment
  12. Hillside helps residents find alternative homes  | Add your comment
  13. Family lost everything in house fire  | Add your comment
  14. FESTIVE FUN: Locals enjoy arts, crafts festival over weekend  | Add your comment
  15. Frequency final concert on Tuesday  | Add your comment
  16. Sisters’ concert: A Ryman experience  | Add your comment
  17. Readers needed for Bible marathon  | Add your comment
  18. Woman moved home to care for her mother  | Add your comment
  19. TroyFest prepares for stormy weather  | Add your comment
  20. KINDERGARTEN FUN: Kindergarten Fun Day is a learning event  | Add your comment
  21. Grave marking for confederate veteran Saturday  | Add your comment
  22. Suspect robs delivery man at gunpoint  | Add your comment
  23. Bankers 2 Leaders hosts annual Legislative Day in Montgomery  | Add your comment
  24. Spanns attend AFMC convention in Huntsville  | Add your comment

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Sports

PLAS Lady Patriots lose to Generals in second day of AISA State Tournament

PLAS Lady Patriots lose to Generals in second day of AISA State Tournament

MONTGOMERY – The Pike Liberal Arts Patriots lost to the Autauga Academy Generals in a close game during the second day of the AISA State ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. PLAS Patriots advance in AISA tournament  | Add your comment
  2. SEASON OVER: Charles Henderson High school ends season with losses to St. Paul’s Episcopal School  | Add your comment
  3. CHHS softball ends season  | Add your comment
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Cops, Courts and Fire

Fire calls for May 2, 2015

Wednesday, April 29 Responded to five medical calls Responded to a motor vehicle accident in the 1200 block of Allen Street, 12:33 p.m. Responded to ... Read more | Add your comment

Lifestyles

‘ALL ABOUT THE CHILDREN’: Glenda Gunter retires after 48 years of teaching

‘ALL ABOUT THE CHILDREN’: Glenda Gunter retires after 48 years of teaching

God led Glenda Gunter “to this place,” and for 28 years she has been happy. That is how Gunter summed up her 28 years teaching ... Read more | Add your comment

Editorials

It’s time to pay the piper

Any good housewife knows you can only stretch a dollar so far. And you can only live beyond your means for so long before the ... Read more | Add your comment

Columns & Opinions

Sitting on top of the ice

One of those fake reality shows caught my attention the other night. I don’t usually waste ... Read more | Add your comment

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 | Add your comment

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 | Add your comment