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COLUMN: Just call them the ‘Turnaround Trojans’

You would be hard pressed to find a season – and a turnaround – by both a college ...

Dianne Smith

The ‘Great Fire of 1890’ had lasting impact

At 12:45 p.m. on Monday, June 30, 1890 a large part of the business quarter of Troy was ...

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Are we giving up too easily?

Back in the dark ages of Troy State, I had visions of traveling to foreign lands – Mexico ...

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‘Highway 231 Committee’ much needed

The Pike County Chamber of Commerce has established a committee specifically for the owners of businesses along U.S. ...

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Time for honesty, transparency in the capital

Transparency and honesty. That’s what Gov. Kay Ivey promised on Monday as she was sworn into the office ...

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We must get Bentley drama behind us

The Alabama Ethics Commission released a 131-page report today that goes into lurid detail about the scandalous relationship ...

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Pinwheels offer hope, help raise awareness

The spinning blue and silver pinwheels popping up around Pike County provide happy little interludes as people stumble ...

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Referendum can put Sunday sales whispers to rest

Troy City Council members are quietly exploring the possibility of allowing Sunday sales of alcohol, a decision that ...

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Walk Hard not easy but a worthy trek

Troy University students are off for spring break this week, and most of them likely headed out for ...

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Read Across America helps build literacy

One book, two books … how about a new book? Today’s is Read Across America Day, and as ...

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