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Troy Police bids farewell to one of their own

Troy Police bids farewell to one of their own

Although Edward Jay Walton didn’t want anything big for his retirement, scores of friends and co-workers gathered together in the Troy Police Department’s conference room ... Read more

Keeping History: Charles Henderson High hosts alumna speaker

Keeping History: Charles Henderson High hosts alumna speaker

Wednesday was a homecoming of sorts for Tonya Terry. She was back at her alma mater, Charles Henderson High School, as the featured speaker at ... Read more

Sheriff deputy outlines day-to-day activities

Sheriff deputy outlines day-to-day activities

Captain Dennis Riley of the Pike County Sheriff’s Department enlightened and entertained the Brundidge Rotary Club members on Wednesday. Riley used his wit to bring ... Read more

Pageant Beauties (photos)

The Little Miss and Miss Troy pageants were held on Saturday, Feb. 21 at 2 and 6 p.m. Read more

Commissioners hoping to see resolution pass

Pike County commissioners are hoping the second time will be the charm in an effort to increase the county’s lodging tax and in turn generate ... Read more

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