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Ragin’ Cajuns Sweep Bobcats in two elimination games, advance to third consecutive title game - Troy Messenger
The No. 3 seed UL Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns pulled off an unbelievable feat on Saturday by defeating the No. 6 seed Texas State Bobcats in two elimination games in the 2015 Sun Belt Conference Baseball Championship at Riddle-Pace Field in Troy, Ala.
South Alabama eliminates Arkansas State - Troy Messenger
No. 1 seed South Alabama used a dominating pitching performance from junior Austin Bembnowski and some timely hitting to eliminate No. 8 seed Arkansas State, 7-3, and advance to the 2015 Sun Belt Baseball Championship Game. South Alabama will play the ...
HISTORY COMES ALIVE: The Pioneer Museum hosts ambush re-enactment - Troy Messenger
The re-enactment of the “Ambush at Hobdy’s Bridge at the Pioneer Museum of Alabama last weekend shed new light on a historical event that happened in Pike County and etched Hobdy’s Bridge deeper into the saga of the South in both the Creek War of ...
UNBREAKABLE BONDS: PLAS holds 2015 commencement ceremony - Troy Messenger
The Pike Liberal Arts School class of 2015 got one last lesson in success at the commencement ceremony Friday night. Jonah McWaters, PLAS class of 2004, spoke to the graduates of the definition of success. “Success is not awards, trophies, money, cars ...
Man charged with theft of property after chase, wreck - Troy Messenger
A Montgomery man is behind bars after stealing a car and leading police on a pursuit Thursday night. Nigel Latarus Williams, 23, was arrested after stealing a Lexus convertible in Enterprise. According to Troy Police Department spokesman Lt. Bryan Weed ...
CHHS hosting quarterback and receivers camp - Troy Messenger
Former Troy State University football standout, Frank Sadler, and Charles Henderson High School football coach, Brad McCoy are teaming up and hosting a football camp for quarterbacks and wide receivers. The two-week long camp will take place on the soccer ...
Ragin’ Cajuns: No. 3 UL Lafayette survives another day in Sun Belt Conference Tournament with 5-1 win - Troy Messenger
No. 3 three seed Louisiana- Lafayette survived another elimination game Friday afternoon by defeating UT-Arlington 5-1, propelling the Cajuns to a Saturday matchup with six-seed Texas State. The story for the Cajuns all evening was the performance from ...
Arkansas State to take on USA - Troy Messenger
The eighth seed Arkansas State Red Wolves scored four early runs Friday afternoon en-route to a 6-2 win over the fifth seed Georgia State Panthers, sending them to a Saturday morning showdown with number one seed South Alabama. Zach George of Arkansas ...
Memorial Day services scheduled - Troy Messenger
Memorial Day services will be held in Brundidge, Troy and Elamville on Monday. The public is invited to attend all services. VFW Post 7055 in Brundidge will host a Memorial Day Service at 9 a.m. at the Veterans Memorial on the grounds of the Tupper ...
Henderson questions BOE appointment - Troy Messenger
Dejerilyn Henderson wants the City Council to rescind its recent appointment to the Troy City Schools Board of Education and reopen the process, considering a nominee from her district. The council voted 4-1 on May 12 to appoint Rhonda Pollard to replace ...
TUPD reports - Troy Messenger
Responded to a towed vehicle in the Sartain Parking Lot, 9:30 a.m. Responded to damage to property at Sorority Hill, 11:46 p.m. Wednesday, May 20 Responded to a theft of property third degree in the gravel parking lot on John M. Long Drive, 9:04 a.m.
Lewis-Barnes - Troy Messenger
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Lewis of Enterprise are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Caitlin Elizabeth Lewis, to Anthony Britt Barnes of Troy, son of Mr. Enrique Barnes and Ms. Marie Prescott. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs ...
Troy Music Study Club has members’ recital - Troy Messenger
The Troy Music Study Club met for its last meeting for this club year Monday night May 18 in the home of Dovie Cutchen with Ginny Hamm and Angie and Jim Roling as co hosts. President Lyndia Dew welcomed the members and led the Federation Collect.
Bhatti retiring from teaching after 37 years in Pike County - Troy Messenger
For a teacher, having the opportunity to mold minds is one she does not take lightly. For Sue Bhatti, a principle Goshen Elementary School teacher, she used her 37 years as a teacher in Pike County to teach, educate and grow students into adults.
Virginia Godwin Brown - Troy Messenger
Mrs. Virginia Godwin Brown of Troy died Thursday, May 21, 2015 at the Troy health and Rehabilitation Center. Funeral Services will be held Saturday, May 23, 2015 at 2:00 pm from the Chapel of Dillard Funeral Home in Troy with Reverend Mack King officiating.