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STAYING ALIVE - Troy Messenger
Troy needed a big hit to get some breathing room, and Quay Rodgers was more than willing to give it to them. With his team clinging to a 2-0 lead over Wicksburg, Rodgers settled in the box after nearly getting hit by a pitch and then launched a massive two ...
DIG DAY: Kids learn about archaeology at program (PHOTOS) - Troy Messenger
A handful of children excavated a handful of artifacts and learned a bit about archaeology in the process. Pioneer Museum held its annual children’s program Saturday and archaeology was the theme. “We have a children’s program every summer.
‘Christmas in July’ event is this week - Troy Messenger
While the scorching summer temperatures continue, a reminder of winter is in the works in downtown Troy. Christmas in July, a event involving many businesses downtown, is running through the week and concludes on Friday, July 25. Businesses including Dolce ...
Two exhibits to end on Friday - Troy Messenger
Two of the most popular exhibitions at the Johnson Center for the Arts will come down on Friday. Everyone is encouraged to view these exhibits for the last time or for the first time. The upper level gallery features the artwork of Troy artist Mary Susan ...
TCS board reviews uniform, bullying policies - Troy Messenger
High school students at Troy City Schools may see an expanded and clarified dress code in the upcoming school year. Members of the Troy City Schools Board of Education reviewed the draft of the Charles Henderson High School 2014 uniform and dress code ...
Game Warden, Conservation Officer Jinright sees drop in violations - Troy Messenger
Game Warden and Conservation Officer Jerry Jinright doesn’t write as many violations as he did when he first started 39 years ago. He says it is the people, not his efforts that have changed. “I think people want to preserve what we’ve got and pass ...
High school top five: Offensive players to watch - Troy Messenger
The calendar will soon turn to August, and with it comes the beginning of the high school football season. Over the next two weeks, The Messenger will feature different “Top Five” lists to give readers information about the upcoming season. First up ...
DOMINO DOMINATORS: Locals top regional tourney - Troy Messenger
When Lorenzo Frazier, Raymond Wheeler, William Davis and James Wright first heard about the District Domino Tournament for the Masters Games of Alabama, they were not interested. “It took some convincing to get them to participate because the rules were ...
Carolyn Taylor O’Steen - Troy Messenger
Carolyn Taylor O’Steen, age 92, of Troy, AL, passed away July 18, 2014. Funeral services were held Sunday, July 20, 2014 at 3:30 p.m. in the chapel of Green Hills Funeral Home with Rev. Andrew Knick officiating. Graveside services followed in Green Hills ...
Earnest Marshall “Boy” Motes, Jr. - Troy Messenger
Earnest Marshall “Boy” Motes, Jr., age 89, of Troy, died Saturday, July 19, 2014 at his home. In lieu of a funeral service, a Life Celebration Visitation with the family will be held at Collegedale Church of Christ in Troy on Tuesday, July 22, 2014 ...