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Troy man killed in car accident

It’s a breeze: Blackberry Breeze rocked the house at the Fifth Saturday event at Sweet Rack Rib Shack

It’s a breeze: Blackberry Breeze rocked the house at the Fifth Saturday event at Sweet Rack Rib Shack

While the threat of rain moved Fifth Saturday off The Square and to the second floor of Sweet Rack, Leigh Anne Windham with the Downtown ... Read more | Add your comment

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Scouting benefits from United Way

Robby Sharp, assistant scoutmaster Cub Scout Pack 54 in Troy and Dr. David Runyon, scoutmaster Troop 54 in Troy, surround themselves with boys and young ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Children’s author visits Brundidge  | Add your comment
  2. Pilot Club visits Troy Health & Rehab  | Add your comment
  3. One-vehicle accident Saturday (photo)  | Add your comment

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Troy man killed in car accident

A Troy man was killed in a one-vehicle accident Friday on County Road 1166 at approximately 10:51 p.m. Read more | Add your comment

COMMUNITY IN ART: Leadership Institue focuses on role of art in community

COMMUNITY IN ART: Leadership Institue focuses on role of art in community

Vicki Pritchett, Johnson Center for the Arts executive director, attended the 2015 Bill Bates Leadership Institute at Cheaha State Park last week and came away ... Read more | Add your comment

Pike Area Transit receives GPS systems

Pike Area Transit System Director Danta Fraizer said the service has grown two-fold since the project began in 2007. Read more | Add your comment

ALEA to cut driver license offices

The Pike County driver license office could close in January 2016 if the Alabama Legislature doesn’t provide adequate funding. Read more | Add your comment

Extension welcomes new leaders

Extension welcomes new leaders

Heath Wesley and Emily Roling will be new but familiar faces in the leadership roles of Pike County Extension and 4-H this year. Read more | Add your comment

  1. Commission updates Master Plan  | Add your comment
  2. Troy Planning and Zoning remembers Dillard  | Add your comment
  3. BROWN BAG: Community kicks off football season  | Add your comment
  4. TRMC makes suggestions for caregivers  | Add your comment
  5. Goshen sixth grader one of four essay winners  | Add your comment
  6. GOLDEN & GROWING: Agriculture tour highlights manufacturing plants, treasure forest  | Add your comment
  7. Roby speaks to PCRW  | Add your comment
  8. Preserving history: Allen takes senior adults back in time  | Add your comment
  9. TPD raising awareness of harasser  | Add your comment
  10. Miss Brundidge guest of Brundidge Rotary Club  | Add your comment
  11. The Vine Church looking for ways to serve Troy  | Add your comment
  12. Tucker pens book of encouragement  | Add your comment
  13. IN DEMAND: Natural gas subject of Troy Rotary program  | Add your comment
  14. Troy man struck and killed by motorist Sunday  | Add your comment
  15. Fire chief announces retirement  | Add your comment
  16. Football ‘Meet & Greet’ Thursday  | Add your comment
  17. Fifth Saturday begins series of fall events  | Add your comment
  18. Pike County Rodeo dubbed as ‘one of best ever’  | Add your comment
  19. Dickens proposes pub-brewery  | Add your comment
  20. County Commission continues budget hearings  | Add your comment
  21. City support: Boys and Girls Club benefits from United Way funding  | Add your comment
  22. Pike County Cattlemen’s Rodeo one of best ever  | Add your comment
  23. YEE HAW: Cattleman’s PCA 23rd Annual Rodeo kicks off Friday, continues today  | Add your comment
  24. Roby to speak at PCRW  | Add your comment

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Sports

Eagles come out on top against Rebels Monday

Eagles come out on top against Rebels Monday

Coming off the a grueling tournament in the Smith Station Invitational, the varsity Goshen Eagles picked things up right way with a match against the ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. CHHS JV season looking up  | Add your comment
  2. Finally Here: Trojans eager to begin the first week of college football season against North Carolina State  | Add your comment
  3. Pike Lib defeats Hooper  | Add your comment
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TUPD reports

Friday, Aug. 28 Responded to a report of negotiating with a worthless instrument at Barnes and Nobles Book Store, 8:53 a.m. Read more | Add your comment

Lifestyles

FORTIFIED AND TRUE: The true tale of Gillis’ fortified garden

FORTIFIED AND TRUE: The true tale of Gillis’ fortified garden

Gillis Hutchinson had worked too long and too hard planting and tending his garden to let a bunch of four-legged thieves come in the night ... Read more | Add your comment

Editorials

Community walk raises suicide awarness

Two high-profile incidents in the past two days have once again rocked our nation. Read more | Add your comment

Columns & Opinions

Some memories you can’t keep on film

Several years ago, I was in Aspen, Colo. I got up early and drove to a ... 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

The legislature can still finish strong

The Alabama Legislature caught its share of grief after adjourning from the regular session without passing a budget. Read more | Add your comment